Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Minor league silent cowboy star Bob Custer played an undercover agent employed by the cattlemen's association in this average B-Western produced by Gower Gulch entrepreneur Jesse J. Goldburg. Custer goes undercover as an outlaw and infiltrates a gang of rustlers known only as the Cloaked Riders. His cover is soon blown, however, and he is left for dead in a shack rigged with explosives. Custer manages to free himself, rounds up the gang, and marries Flossie (Eugenia Gilbert), the pretty dancehall girl. A somewhat awkward Western hero, Custer nevertheless managed to eke out a living in Gower Gulch Westerns well into the '30s.