These battle pictures and the galloping of the horses are truly thrillers
A fine three-part picture, giving the famous ride that saved the day for the Union forces at Cedar Creek, in the Shenandoah Valley. The first two reels picture two love stories, very interesting and well acted; the last reel gives, in a very dramatic way, the early morning rout of Sheridan's army and the ride from Winchester to save the day. These battle pictures and the galloping of the horses are truly thrillers, and most people think this the best part of the offering; we prefer the love story. The photography is of the best, and we highly commend the offering as a whole. Virginia Forde and her mother, Eugenia Forde, carry the leading female parts as naturally as can be, while William Clifford, as Sheridan, and Roy Myers, as the younger girl's lover, are as fortunate in the leading male roles. - The Moving Picture World, January 25, 1913
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