Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Stunt-rider Jack Padjan starred as a Texas Ranger infiltrating a vicious gang of outlaws in this obscure low-budget Western written by, of all people, Hungarian director Paul Fejos.This writing assignment was apparently Fejos' introduction to Hollywood film-making; he later helmed the experimental The Lost Moment (1928), which won him a contract with Universal. Fejos, however, was too eccentric a talent for mass appeal and returned to Europe. Jack Padjan was not finding much success either and changed his name to Jack Duane. When good roles kept eluding him, Padjan retired to operate a stable in Northridge, California.