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By 1916, former stage actor Hart was already established as a Western star, but the unexpected box-office success of Hell's Hinges took his career to another level. Although he had portrayed reformed outlaws before, something about Blaze Tracy resonated powerfully with moviegoers - so much so that he would play variations of the character in most of his subsequent films. But Hart's performance wasn't the only exemplary thing about Hell's Hinges: C. Gardner Sullivan's story brought Biblical allusion to sagebrush sagas, and its apocalyptic, fire-and-brimstone climax rocked audiences accustomed to tamer resolutions in Westerns. - Ed Hulse
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called Hell's Hinges. They are intent on saving it's citizens.
The evil saloon keeper, realize that this would be bad for business.
Using underhanded back stabbing, he tries to discredit the Pastor.
But he doesn't count on the arrival of a mean gunfighter,
who becomes an Avenging Angel.
One of William S Hart's best silent films.
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