Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Best known for western series starring the likes of Hoot Gibson and Jack Hoxie, Universal of the '20s also issued several non-series oaters. Tracked to Earth, a minor effort to be sure, featured all-purpose leading man Frank Mayo as a railroad detective falsely accused by a rancher's daughter Virginia Valli of being a notorious outlaw. The railroad agent naturally proves his innocence, captures the real bandit (Duke R. Lee), and wins the girl.
agent [representative], horse, innocence, love, name-clearing, railroad, tracking [following], undercover