Tumbleweeds (1925)

Barbara Bedford, William S. Hart, Lucien Littlefield, J. Gordon Russell
King Baggot, William S. Hart
Western, Silent
The great William S. Hart stars in this classic tale of settlers in the Oklahoma territory. Directed by King Baggot, one of the most versatile movie figures of the silent era, this movie is not only "history recorded in heart throbs," as the original print ads boasted, but shows us why Hart is considered by some to be the top western actor of them all. Hart, who directed many of his own films, also had a hand in directing this feature, which turned out to be his last starring role. (BW)