Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Jack Hoxie's final Western for 1925 featured Universal's second most popular cowboy hero (after Hoot Gibson) chasing a wanted man. The trail leads to Kathryn McGuire's ranch, which is about to be taken over by greedy banker Harry Todd. In one of those coincidences found only in cheap movie-making, the banker turns out to be the same man Hoxie had been chasing all along. Better known as a comic, the veteran Todd was surprisingly cast against type in this film. Leading lady Kathryn McGuire, a 1922 WAMPAS Baby Star, later married Mary Pickford's publicist, George Landy. Today, the blond starlet is best remembered as Buster Keaton's girl in both The Navigator (1924) and Sherlock, Jr.. She left films at the advent of sound.