Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Lanky silent Western star J. B. Warner is appointed guardian to a little girl (June La Vere) and is soon battling several swindlers who are out to make a bundle from the child's inheritance in this low-budget oater produced and directed by Clifford S. Elfelt. A Nebraskan, the handsome Warner was a star on the rise when he died of tuberculosis in late 1923. In Danger, Warner earned fine support from Edythe Sterling, one of the era's few genuine cowgirls, along with the always watchable bearded screen villain Merrill McCormick.