Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of Tom Mix's most successful films, this silent Western grossed an impressive $227,200.00 in domestic rentals alone, a sizable amount in 1928. Mix portrayed a daredevil ranger on the trail of a gang of outlaws. To get close to the gang, Tom utilizes various cunning disguises, including donning the garb of a medicine man. Along the way, complications arise when Tom falls for the niece (Natalie Joyce) of the gang leader (William Welch).The action packed Western climaxes when Mix saves Joyce from a runaway car. The cousin of silent screen star Olive Borden and a 1925 WAMPAS Baby Star, dark-haired Natalie Joyce also appeared opposite Mix in The Circus Ace (1927).
disguise, lawman, niece, outlaw [Western]