Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Hollywood's self-described "Smiling Daredevil," Lester Cuneo starred in this very low-budget silent Western produced by Ward Lascelles. Lester played the title role, a pacifistic ranger who comes to the aid of a young girl (Alma Deer) besieged by a gang of confidence artists. The Cuneo Westerns played only in small towns and the former Selig actor never reached the height of success he had hoped for. Sadly, screen roles completely dried up in early 1925 and Cuneo committed suicide.