Apparently some film companies weren't ready for the end of World War I because they had to suck the propaganda out of a number of releases at the end of 1918 and beginning of 1919. Fighting Through is one of those pictures; it involves slacker Robert Carr (E.K. Lincoln) who hails from the South. He loses his girl, Maryland (Millicent Fisher) because she believes he is disloyal to the U.S. One night a group of thugs beat up Carr and throw him in a freight car that takes him to Arizona. By coincidence, Maryland goes on a trip West shortly thereafter and is kidnapped and taken across the border. Carr finds out about Maryland's plight and goes into Mexico in search of her. When some of the locals insult the American flag, Carr's latent patriotism comes alive and he viciously battles the bandits, saving Maryland in the process. The young Southerner and his girl are reunited and return to the country they love. This film didn't cut it as either patriotic propaganda or entertainment.
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