Synopsis by Hal Erickson
William Russell was a popular serial and western star of the early 1920s whose personal nirvana came when he was signed by the Fox Studios. Alias the Night Wind was one of the many 5-reel actioners which Fox used to bring home the bacon whenever one of their "prestige" productions laid a box-office egg. In this one, Russell plays "Bing" Howard, an athlete who has been accused of stealing valuable bonds. To clear himself in both the eyes of the Law and his sweetheart Maude Wayne, Howard decides to go after the actual criminals himself. We said that William Russell was popular; we didn't say he was original.
accusation, robbery, bonds [investments], criminal, daredevil, false-accusation