Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Saucer-eyed Western star Jack Perrin is once again up against a crooked ranch foreman in this typical silent oater from low-budget producer Harry S. Webb. The always menacing Lew Meehan played the foreman whose advances are spurned by the ranch owner's pretty daughter, Josephine Hill. African-American actor Martin Turner provided a bit of levity and elderly Lafe McKee some much needed advice. Edmund Cobb, a Western star in his own right, was wasted as one of Meehan's henchmen.