Most of this three-reel Western is told in the form of flashbacks, as related by a grizzled old frontiersman to a family of Eastern tourists. The Sage Brush girl, aka Liza, is the romantic bone of contention between a handsome tenderfoot, a mine owner, a gambling-house proprietor and a desperate outlaw. Things come to a head when the outlaw kidnaps Liza and carries her off to a deserted mine shaft. The villain intends to blow the girl to Kingdom Come for refusing to marry him, but when the smoke clears it is he, not she, who has been obliterated from the earth. Mary Ruby played the title character, while the elderly narrator of the story was enacted by Otto Lederer, an actor more closely associated with "Jewish" roles (such as 1927's The Jazz Singer).
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