Headin' South

Headin' South

Headin' South is a 1918 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Arthur Rosson with supervision from Allan Dwan and starring Douglas Fairbanks. The film is now considered to be lost.


As described in a film magazine, a forest ranger known only as Headin' South (Fairbanks) goes forth in search of Spanish Joe (Campeau), a Mexican responsible for most of the treachery and outlawry along the U.S.-Mexican border. Headin' South gains quite a reputation as he goes along and finally believes himself worthy of joining Joe's band. in a whirlwind finish in which Joe is captured, Headin' South meets one of Joe's near victims (MacDonald) and falls in love with her.

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    contentLocation Canada
    director Allan Dwan Arthur Rosson
    genre comedy
    keywords capture film magazine forest ranger
    producer Douglas Fairbanks
    productionCompany Famous Players–Lasky
    publisher Paramount Pictures
    theme romantic comedy