Distributed in America by Pathe, Vagabond of France was originally released as Le Chemineau. Director Henry Krauss cast himself in the leading role, a mysterious and mystical vagabond who wanders into the sheep ranch owned by Pierre (M. Charlier). When the sheep fall ill, the Vagabond miraculously cures the animals. Shortly afterward, he falls in love with Toinon (Charlotta Barbier), one of Pierre's field workers. Ultimately, the Vagabond decides that he isn't the marrying kind, and ambles off to new adventures. At first glance, Vagabond of France would seem to be the tale of a latter-day Messiah, but the film's romantic angle quickly dissipated this notion.
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