Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This Universal Studios programmer features Roy Stewart as a Spanish nobleman with the unlikely name Don Jose O'Neil. O'Neil, the latest in a long line of Dons, owns valuable land out West. Easterner Peter Collier (Wilfred North) wants a strip of O'Neil's land because it is rich with oil, but O'Neil refuses to sell. So Collier sends his daughter Frances (Margaret Landis) to try to convince the Don. She goes to work on him and sure enough, he soon falls in love with her. Teresa, the foreman's daughter (Marie Wells), becomes jealous of Frances, and when she discovers Collier's plot, is more than happy to tell O'Neil about it. But Frances has come to love O'Neil and has renounced her father's scheme. O'Neil doesn't know this, however, and when the plot is exposed, he angrily threatens to brand her. Her father stops him, but Frances, to prove her love, brands herself. O'Neil realizes that she is sincere, and they marry.
bankruptcy, cowboy, daughter, herd [group], homestead, love, ranch, rescue, romance, rustler, stampede