Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Ted Wells was nearing the end of his days as a Universal cowboy star when he made Grit Wins, in which he prevents the villainous Al Ferguson from swindling kindly old Buck Connors out of home and hearth. The handsome Wells was a mediocre actor at best and never able to overcome a certain air of also-ran status. He briefly found a new berth with poverty-row producer Robert J. Horner, who changed Wells' name to first Pawnee Bill, Jr. then Johno Wells. The Horner westerns were made with almost no budgets at all and ended Wells' starring aspirations for good.
daughter, false-accusation, father, love, murder, oil, rights, romance, wine, winner