Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Silent screen producer-director-actor Leo Maloney shared directorial duties with one Bob Williamson in this obscure low-budget Western. As always, Maloney starred himself, this time as a rancher taking the blame for a killing actually committed by his weakling brother-in-law (Leonard Clapham). Escaping from the law, Maloney hides out on a friendly farm where he romances the inevitable farmer's daughter (Josephine Hill), until the in-law finally confesses. Supporting actor Clapham later changed his name to Tom London and played scores of colorful villains in sound Westerns. Co-director Williamson was a Scottish-born actor-director-writer who worked mainly in very low-budget fare.