Comedian Charley Chase has a dual role in this Hal Roach picture -he's the wimpy assistant to a rancher (Billy Gilbert) and a notorious bandit. The rancher's daughter, Mary (France Lee), is coming home from boarding school, and even though she's soft on Charley, she finds the macho stance (and supposed singing abilities) of cowboys at least as appealing. Charley tries to please her by dressing up in an outrageous pair of chaps and a ten (or maybe fifteen) gallon hat. She finds this hilarious, and she thinks it's even funnier when Charley poses as the bandit. Of course it's not Charley, but the real bandit who is flirting with her. Before everything is resolved, the mix-up in identites confuses both the cowboys and the bandit's henchmen and a lot of slapstick mayhem has ensued.
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