Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This obscure silent Western was one in a series of ultra-cheap oaters produced by Jesse J. Goldburg's Independent Pictures. Veteran actor-director J.P. McGowan took care of the directing chores (what little there were), while the scripts were from the pen of James Ormont. Star Franklyn Farnum hailed from Boston and had enjoyed a long career as a low-budget Western lead. He would play supporting roles in the sound era, retiring in 1955.