Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Husband-and-wife acting team John Bowers and Marguerite de la Motte star in this routine Western filmed on locations at Prescott, AZ. Bowers plays Lawrence Knight, the ubiquitous Eastern wastrel who leaves his debutante fiancée (de la Motte) to become a "real man," working as a lowly ranch hand in Arizona. The area, however, is suffering from a series of cattle rustlings and the newcomer is suspected of being the perpetrator. Knight clears his name in due course but loses his fiancée to another Easterner (Edward Hearn) along the way. Happily, a sweet local girl (June Marlowe) is present to comfort him.
cowboy, debutante, false-accusation, fiancee, ranch-hand, rustler, stranger