Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Also-ran silent screen cowboy Bob Reeves starred as a decent, law-abiding hired gunman in this B-Western produced and directed by the prolific J.P. McGowan. Reeves plays Tiger Slauson, who, on his way to the Houston ranch, is wounded by the Coyote Gang. At the ranch, he gets in trouble with Dude Slade (Lew Meehan), the nasty-looking ranch foreman who is forcing his attention on pretty Texas Houston (Ione Reed). As it inevitably turns out, Dude Slade is none other than the leader of the Coyote Gang. Reed was one of the era's best women stunt riders, a metier to which she returned full-time after the changeover to sound.