Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by Ashton Dearholt and directed and written by Francis Ford, this inexpensive silent Western was typical of the kind of fare offered to second-run movie theaters in the early 1920s. Lower-echelon star Edmund Cobb played a cowboy who falls for a notorious dance-hall girl (Florence Gilbert). The girl is brought back home to the farm, where a crooked ranch foreman, (Wilbur McGaugh), who knew the girl before, tries to seduce her. Gilbert, alas, is reformed and remains faithful to her benefactor. Leading lady Florence Gilbert was the wife of producer Dearholt.