Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Released in December of 1928, this low-budget silent Western catered to small theaters not yet equipped with sound. Dour silent cowboy Bob Custer played the title-role, Texas Tommy Cooper, an outlaw who comes to the aid of Hardacre (H.B. Carpenter), an invalid rancher being victimized by cattle rustler Bud Osborne. Mary Mayberry and Lynn Sanderson played Hardacre's children, and the Western also found employment for Frank Ellis and the director himself, J.P. McGowan. Texas Tommy was produced by J. Charles Davis' El Dorado Productions and released by Syndicate Film Exchange.