Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
In his second starring Western, lower-echelon cowboy Bob Custer portrayed a ranger who mistakenly believes pretty Marguerite Clayton to be in cahoots with a nasty gang of bank robbers. Miss Clayton is innocent of the charge, of course, but she does have an identical twin. A veteran Western heroine, Marguerite Clayton had starred opposite almost every Hollywood cowboy imaginable, including the very first, "Bronco" Billy Anderson. Clayton finally hung up her spurs in 1927.