Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of Hollywood's few genuine cowgirls, Eileen Sedgwick starred in this minor Western melodrama from poverty row company Chesterfield. The story, alas, was none too original: Sedgwick searches for the varmints who killed her father and kidnapped her fiancee. The latter was played by Carl Silvera (billed for the occasion as "Carlos Silvera"), a busy supporting actor who usually played exotic villains. Chesterfield Motion Picture Company was founded by George A Batcheller and lasted longer than most poverty row firms: 1925-1937.