Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Diminutive screen cowboy Bob Steele stars in this minor Western from action melodrama factory Film Booking Office (later RKO). Steele plays a drifter bearing the appropriate nickname "Driftin' Sands," who is hired by a wealthy rancher (William H. Turner) to protect his spoiled daughter (Gladys Quartero). Driftin', of course, falls for the lady and is immediately banished from the ranch. He gets back in papa's good graces, however, when he rescues the girl from a gang of cutthroats. Leading lady Gladys Quartero later billed herself as Nina Quartero.
couple, daughter, family, love, outlaw [Western], ranch, weapons