Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Poverty row cowboy star Art Mix played a secret service agent in this obscure silent Western produced in Fallbrook, California on a shoestring budget by Victor Adamson, who appeared in films under the name Denver Dixon. The "Art Mix" persona was created by Adamson to cash in on the growing popularity of Tom Mix. Adamson simply hired a Hollywood resident named Arthur Mix and founded a small corporation with Mix as president. The producer starred as Art Mix himself a couple of times, but usually one George Kesterson embodied the stalwart hero. Kesterson was Art Mix in Ace of Cactus Range, fighting a gang of diamond smugglers headed by Clifford Davidson and romancing brunette Virginia Warwick.