Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A modest silent Western, Wild to Go starred the then popular team of strapping Tom Tyler and juvenile cowboy Frankie Darro (here billed as Frankie Darrow). Tyler played Tom Blake who, en route to the bank to pay the mortgage on his boss' ranch, is waylaid by Trumbull (Ethan Laidlaw), a henchman working for the mortgage holder, Purdy (Fred Burns). Blake manages to escape only to find himself stranded in a private school for girls. But Trumbull soon catches on and Blake is forced to a lonely mountain cabin along with girls' school student Marjorie Felton (Eugenia Gilbert): Little Frankie (Darro), Blake's kid brother, manages to get words to the authorities and Blake and Marjorie are soon released. Wild to Go was released by FBO, the forerunner of RKO.