Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This obscure silent western from the Universal salt-mines starred the equally obscure Monroe Salisbury, whose career as an action leading man was coming to an end. The aging Salisbury (he was born in Angola, New York in 1876) was remembered by frequent co-star Ruth Clifford as "an elderly lothario whose toupee frequently got in the way during love scenes." Here, Salisbury is battling a gang of bad guys headed by veteran screen villain Carl Stockdale. The film's cameraman, Edward Kull, became a director of Universal 2-reelers in the 1920s.