Cast & Crew
When Sadie, a waitress in a Kansas City railroad station, discovers that her lover Jim Lacy is married and has a child, she transfers to the small desert town of Bagdad, determined to hate all men, but the open spaces and friendliness of the people work to soften her attitude. She falls in love with Billy Thompson, the restaurant's manager, after they rescue an Indian girl from her furious lover. After Sadie saves Billy from the vengeful lover, Billy starts prospecting for gold for money to marry her. Lacy finds Sadie and pleads for help to allow him to go East to escape the law, which is after him because of a shooting. On the condition that he will never return, Sadie helps him win money at a crooked roulette game. Before he leaves, Lacy reveals, to Sadie's horror, that the man he shot was Billy, but she finds Billy unharmed and the lovers marry.
The title of the film was changed from Sadie. Some review sources list November 2, 1919 as the film's release date.