Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Prolific action adventure director Alvin J. Neitz (AKA Alan James) helmed this minor western released by the poverty row company Truart. In a case of title tells all, Cowboy and the Flapper is the tale of a cowboy (William Fairbanks) who saves a flapper (Dorothy Revier) from a gang of kidnappers. Revier later enjoyed some prominence as Mylady de Winter in The Iron Mask (1929) but her long stay with parsimonious Columbia earned her the lasting soubriquet of the "Caviar of Poverty Row."
cowboy, damsel-in-distress, flapper, kidnapping, love, rescue, romance