A white child is saved by Sioux Chief Gray Eagle and his wife Mocking Bird and raised as their own son, whom they name Sky Fire. Now grown, Sky Fire has been attending the college of the white man and has fallen in love with Martha Randolph. However when he seeks her guardian's permission to marry her, his rival, Elias Thornby, exposes his Indian origins. In despair Sky Fire returns home to his Indian parents, but he may have a chance to reconcile with Martha because Elias, eager to get Martha's money, has brought her and her guardian out to the wilderness to execute a fiendish plot.
"The Smiling Daredevil" of the silent screen, Illinois-born Lester Cuneo starred opposite his wife Francelia Billington in this obscure western produced by Charles P. Mack. A story of perceived miscegenation, BLAZING ARROWS cast the Italian Stallion as an Indian brave who falls for a pretty settler. There is the usual scorn from the settlement, but the denouement is an obvious cheat: Cuneo was only raised by the Indians but is in reality as white as Miss Billington! The reviewers didn't buy it, however, and the film was quickly forgotten. A former villain in Tom Mix westerns, Cuneo enjoyed a brief vogue as a cowboy lead in the early '20s but committed suicide in 1925 when his career fell into decline
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