Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Poverty Row cowboy Leo Maloney both directed and produced this very low-budget revenge Western for release by William Steiner. A favorite of small town audiences, Maloney was one of the era's more rough-and-tumble performers, a bit on the heavy side and not too believable in the acting department. In that respect, he was helped immeasurably by his frequent leading lady, the lovely Josephine Hill. Maloney has gone down in history as the producer of the first independently-made sound Western, Overland Bound (1929).