Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Before FBO Pictures could move ahead under its new corporate moniker of RKO Radio, several FBO silents had to be rushed out to the theaters. One of these was Go and Get It, a non-western starring western hero Bob Steele. The story zeroes in on a prizefighter (Steele) whose father has been convicted of a murder he didn't commit. Racing against time, the boxer teams up with the murder victim's daughter (Betty Welsh) to prove the old man's innocence. Essential to the outcome of the plot is a small Chinese statue, which Steele picked up in his seafaring days.
daughter, false-accusation, father, fighter, honor [recognition], murder, race-against-time, victim