Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Veteran screen performer William Norton Bailey usually played smooth "other man" types in society melodramas. Poverty row company Goodwill, who also released westerns starring Yakima Canutt, changed Norton Bailey's billing to plain Bill Bailey and starred him in a series of very low-budget oaters 1925-1926. Fighting Jack was set in Old California, and Bailey played a rancher saving his lovely neighbor (Hazel Deane) from a vile Spaniard (John Byron). The Bailey films were all directed by the veteran Louis Chaudet.
death, girl, man