Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Low-budget action star William Fairbanks (no relation to Doug) played a ranch hand who falls for his pretty employer (Maryon Aye) in this average silent oater produced and directed by Phil Goldstone. Fairbanks' attention to Aye doesn't sit well with ranch foreman Robert Kortman, who has designs on the lady himself. The foreman frames the newcomer in a cattle rustling scheme, but Fairbanks manages to clear his good name and win the girl. A 1922 Wampas Baby Star, brunette Maryon Aye fought a valiant but ultimately unsuccessful struggle to escape B-Westerns such as Montana Bill. She committed suicide in 1951.