Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A very young Bob Steele starred in this average silent Western as Bob McCall, a young cowboy saving his outlaw father (Tom Lingham) from being lynched for a crime he didn't commit. The real culprit, as young Bob quickly learns, is Rufe Bolton (Stanley Taylor), the wastrel son of the local sheriff (Hal Davis). Leading lady Anne Sheridan, who also acted under the name Gloria Heller, was not the "Oomph" girl of the late '30s.
bad-guy, cowboy, daughter, father, girl, good-guy, gunfighter, justice, love, name-clearing, outlaw [Western], romance, son