Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Lower-echelon cowboy star Bill Cody -- he of the impressive stetson and less impressive acting prowess -- played a farmer battling a gang of greedy cattle ranchers in this low-budget oater from Jesse J. Goldburg's Independent Pictures. As he did so many times, the imposing-looking Claude Payton played the leader of the gang and manages at one point to frame Cody in a murder scheme. Our hero proves his innocence, of course, and Payton is off to jail along with henchman Artie Ortego. Eileen Sedgwick played the girl, Milton Fahrney portrayed her father, Dick la Reno was cast as the sheriff and Monte Collins, Jr. was the comic relief.