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Back To God's Country / Something New (1919)
Starring: Nell Shipman
Director: Nell Shipman, Bert Van Tuyle
Category: Classic, Western
Studio: Image Ent.
132 mins



Two extraordinary films starring early independent producer, writer, conservationist and star Nell Shipman.In "Back to God's Country" (1919, 72min), Shipman is a beautiful young wife trapped on an ice-bound ship.The captain will stop at nothing to have his way with Nell.With only the help of a ferocious dog named Wapi, she must stave off his advances and escape with her severely wounded husband to safety."Something New" (1920, 60min) is a thrilling and hilarious Western where the hero comes to the rescue of the kidnapped girl--in a 1920 Maxwell sedan!Chased by bandits on horseback across rocky terrain, Shipman and co-star Bert Van Tuyle survive some of the most amazing stunts ever attempted in a roadster.