Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This low-budget silent western starred stunt-man extraordinaire Yakima Canutt as a rancher who incurs the wrath of a big corporation when he objects to an irrigation project. In cahoots with city slicker Austin Livingston (Robert Walker), Max Underly (Bill Donovan) unjustly accuses Slim (Canutt) of cattle rustling. When that fails, the villains attempt to kidnap the bothersome rancher, but Slim battles back and manages to bring his enemies to justice. With the ever-popular Dorothy Woods as "the girl" and Canutt's wonder horse, Meadowlark, adding to the overall appeal, this low-budget western entertained its target audience, kids and the young at heart in the hinterlands.