Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of nine Jack Hoxie westerns released by Universal in 1924 alone, The Western Wallop was based on a short story, "On Parole," by Adolph Bannauer. Hoxie plays Bart Tullison, a prison parolee who is not allowed to cross state lines. Hired as foreman on the Stillwell ranch, Bart falls for lovely Anita Stillwell (Margaret Landis). But Anita's beau, Bradshaw (J. Gordon Russell, exposes the parolee who cannot explain why he is unable to chase a gang of rustlers across the border. Labelled a coward by Anita, Bart proves otherwise when she is kidnapped by Bradshaw, the leader of the rustlers. Although guilty of violating his parole terms, Bart returns to receive a full pardon from the governor.
boyfriend, coward, cowboy, damsel-in-distress, foreman, hero, kidnapping, love, parolee, ranch, rescue, rustler