Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Colonel Tim McCoy's third western for MGM starred the former Indian sign language interpreter as an army captain facing demotion until successfully defeating a gang of Mexican cutthroats. Set in old California, the film depicted several real-life American heroes, including Kit Carson (Fred Warren) and Brig. Gen. Stephen Kearney (played by Romaine Fielding who, for now obscure reasons, billed himself Edwin Terry). The only series western star MGM ever had, McCoy enjoyed five releases in 1927 alone.
America, bad-guy, cowboy, culture-clash, deportation, disenfranchisement, employment, good-guy, hostility, Mexico, Pakistani [nationality], suspicion