Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Producer-director Charles R. Seeling, a former cameraman, put brawny Guinn "Big Boy" Williams through his usual paces in this miniscule silent Western released by Aywon. Williams plays the happy-go-lucky Dud Smiley, a cowboy in the business of rescuing damsels in distress. The particular damsel in this case is Ethel Dunlap (Patricia Palmer), a rancher whose nasty neighbor has fenced off the area's only watering hole. Obscure even in their day, the Seeling-Williams westerns played only the smallest neighborhood venues.