Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Prolific director Richard Thorpe helmed this average silent Western starring one of the era's lesser cowboy heroes, Buffalo Bill, Jr.. This time, he plays a lawman who goes undercover as a carnival prize-fighter in order to infiltrate a gang of robbers. Producer Lester F. Scott, Jr. threw in a couple of comedy sidekicks (including African-American Floyd Shackelford) and no less than two pretty ingenues (Peggy Shaw and Nancy Nash). Future Academy Award-winning actor Walter Brennnan, who began his screen career as an extra, played one of the villain's henchmen. Buffalo Bill, Jr later changed his name to Jay Wilsey and enjoyed a long career as a supporting player/stunt-man.