Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
B-Western star Al Hoxie is mistaken for a bandit in this very low-budget oater filmed on location at Three Rivers in the Sequoia National Park in 1926 but not released until the following year. Al's girl Nancy (Ione Reed) at first believes him to be guilty, but he manage to convince her that the real bandit is McDonald (Paul Hurst). With the sheriff (Cliff Lyons) in hot pursuit, Al is forced to catch McDonald, who, with malicious aforethought, has shoplifted several cans of sardines. The half-brother of Universal star Jack Hoxie, Al was saddled with ineffective scripts and almost no budgets at all. Never able to rise above his material, Al Hoxie left films in 1934.