Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Former serial queen Ruth Roland was well cast as a haughty Western gal who kidnaps a rich Easterner in this low-budget oater released by Gower Gulch company Truart. Wanting to bring a little city glamour into her humdrum life, Roland abducts rich Easterner Matt Moore, who, needless to say, falls in love with her. A couple of real bandits engage in a bit of kidnapping themselves, an act that brings the real man out in Moore. Defeating the bandits, Roland and Moore plan to wed and settle in Manhattan. Despite its meagre budget, this Western-comedy employed an attractive supporting cast that included Roy Stewart as a tough cowboy, Grace Darmond as Moore's sister, and 1923 WAMPAS baby star Derelys Perdue as a society girl. The film's cameraman was future director Byron Haskin.