Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Mistaken for a missing heir, cowboy Wally Wales becomes the focal point in a bitter range feud. This well-made little silent western was produced at Fallbrook, California by genre specialist Lester F. Scott, Jr., whose Action Pictures supplied rural theaters with a seemingly endless string of economical westerns starring the likes of Wales, Buddy Roosevelt and Buffalo Bill, Jr. Scott's first western star, Wales was in reality Floyd T. Alperson of Sheridan, Wyoming, a former stage driver. The name "Wally Wales" was chosen by Scott in honor of the Prince of Wales, the British heir apparent.
bad-guy, cowboy, family, feud, good-guy, justice, love, range-war, romance, water