Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Filmed in 1926 in Bear Mountain, California, this minor silent Western starred Al Hoxie (né Alton Stone) as a cowboy who, with the sheriff (Alfred Hewston), foils the plans of a gang of stagecoach robbers. This was the last of eight Hoxie Westerns produced by Bud Barsky and directed by character actor Paul Hurst. All eight were filmed simultaneously with the same supporting casts. In addition to Hoxie and Hewston, Hurst and stunt-man Cliff Lyons played the villains and stunt-rider Ione Reed provided feminine interest.