Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This cheap western produced by J.P. McGowan's Syndicate Film Exchange was given an almost too prophetic title. One of the last silent westerns, The Last Roundup told the oft-told tale of a cowboy (Bob Custer) saving a pretty girl (Hazel Mills) from being kidnapped by a gang of cattle rustlers headed by the crooked ranch foreman (Bud Osborne). The only interesting aspect of this film is the hero's name, "Denver Dixon," which of course was the moniker sometimes used by Gower Gulch entrepreneur Victor Adamson.
rescue, bad-guy, cattle, conflict, cowboy, damsel-in-distress, fire, good-guy, kidnapping, school, victim