Another Western from the French Pathe studios, Mystery of Lonely Gulch was cited as one of the best of the batch. For once, the "mystery" angle was genuinely baffling; not even the most jaded filmgoer was able to predict the outcome. If the surviving Pathe Westerns are any indication, this one was well photographed and adequately acted; it is likely, however, that the costuming fell short of complete authenticity. It's interesting to note that, even as late as 1910, the word "director" was not in common usage. Proof of this can be found in the original Variety review for this film, which lavished praise upon the "arranger" of the scenes.
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