Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Only a vague plot outline is left of this silent Pete Morrison Western directed by character comedian Robert McKenzie for low-budget W.B.M. Photoplays. There is a hero (Morrison), a girl, and a gang of cattle rustlers. The film, according to the trade paper Motion Picture News, "was enlivened by lively fight sequences with the struggle on the edge of an abyss the particular thriller." Olin Francis, a chubby supporting player often cast as uncouth villains, is the only other cast member mentioned in surviving reviews.