Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by poverty row company Mayfair and directed by Arthur Hotaling, a hold-over from the early silent era, this obscure silent Western melodrama featured Gaston Glass, a French-born actor who had enjoyed some success in Northwest Mounted films. A Gentleman Preferred was filmed at the old Charles Ray studios on Sunset Drive in Hollywood and may have been Mayfair's first release. The company, founded by sound engineer Ralph M. Like, folded in 1934.
cowboy, outlaw [Western]