Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by Victor Kremer's Film Features this obscure silent Western starred the equally obscure Marjorie Clifford as a small-town girl with plenty of suitors. One of them, "Laughing Larry" (Buck Manning) discovers that her father is engaged in a bit of robbery. Because the thief is his sweetheart's father, Larry hides him from the authorities. But when Larry is accused of the crime himself, the old man resolves to right his many wrongs for the sake of his daughter's happiness. Neither Miss Clifford nor Mr. Manning enjoyed successful film careers; in fact, the only name in the cast was that of William V. Mong, whose exact role has been lost to history.