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Despite the press book stating that "West-bound" is hyphenated, a display advert in the San Bernardino Daily Sun, San Bernardino, California, on 27 June 1923, featuring a dramatic drawing of a woman and her horse down on its side on a curve of railroad track, with a man trying to assist her off the right-of-way as a locomotive bears down upon her, clearly spells the title without the hyphen. It reads "Westbound Limited" . Whether the vivid illustration in the advert actually reflects plot action in the film is unclear. See more