Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Serious-looking, silent-screen cowboy Bob Custer co-starred with a very young, brunette Jean Arthur in this middling oater produced by the B-Western mill FBO. While romancing the millinery store owner (Arthur), Custer finds himself falsely accused of murdering his boss and is soon fleeing from a vicious lynch mob. Prolific screenwriter George Hively concocted this not-too-taxing story, which, not unexpectedly, climaxed in a scene where Custer captures the real killer (the typically ruthless Buck Moulton).
capture, cow, escape, killing, love, lynching, owner, store, tracking [following]