Two Kinds of Women (1922 film)

Two Kinds of Women is a lost[1][2] 1922 American silent western film directed by Colin Campbell and starring Pauline Frederick. It is based on the novel Judith of Blue Lake Ranch by Jackson Gregory. Robertson-Cole produced the film and distribution was through Film Booking Offices of America.[3][4]

Two Kinds of Women
Still with Pauline Frederick, on page 125 of the April 1922 Dramatic Mirror.
Directed byColin Campbell
Produced byRobertson-Cole
Written byWinifred Dunn
Based onJudith of Blue Lake Ranch
by Jackson Gregory
StarringPauline Frederick
CinematographyDevereaux Jennings
Distributed byFilm Booking Offices of America
Release date
  • January 22, 1922 (1922-01-22)
Running time
6 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)


As described in a film magazine,[5] Judith Sanford (Frederick) is the proprietress of the large Blue Lake Ranch that is the subject of a business feud between two rival factions. Judy maintains possession through the loyalty of Old Carson (Pallette) and Bud Lee (Santschi), her foreman, and they thwart the efforts of Bayne Trevor (Clary) and his gang to demoralize the ranch hands to require the selling of the property. Judy holds a dance at the ranch where everyone is expected to be in full dress, and the cowboys use mail order to ensure they are fully equipped for the event. Trevor's gang holds up and robs the paymaster of Judy's ranch, but Bud Lee obtains other money in time so that the men can be paid. He then proceeds to hunt the thief and eventually finds that it is one of Trevor's men. This results in several realistic fistfights.



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