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Vintage original 11 x 14 in. US title lobby card from the 1920s silent western drama, FIREBRAND TREVISION, released in 1920 by the Fox Film Corporation and directed by Thomas N. Heffron.


As was customary during this period, the credits-only design features a Southwestern-themed motif. It is unrestored in very good- condition.


*"The working title of this film was Fire-Brand Trevison.


Firebrand Trevison owns the Diamond K Ranch, which the railroad is anxious to acquire. To execute the purchase, Rosalind Benham, the railroad president's daughter, her aunt and Benham's representative Jefferson Corrigan, who is in love with Rosalind, travel to Arizona. Corrigan and Firebrand take an instant dislike to each other, and a fistfight develops between the two men. When Firebrand becomes friendly with Rosalind, Corrigan determines to ruin his rival. He conspires with a crooked judge to challenge Firebrand's title to the ranch and attempts to subvert the rancher's budding relationship with Rosalind by inducing Hester Keys to pretend that she is involved with him. After a series of misadventures, Firebrand surmounts these challenges to retain both his land and Rosalind."

*(source: Wikipedia)



FIREBRAND TREVISION (1920) US Title Lobby Card

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