Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A lanky cowboy from Nebraska, J.B. Warner, became a star in a series of inexpensive oaters produced in 1923-1924 by Greek-born Hollywood entrepreneur Anthony J. Xydias' Sunset Productions. Warner was personable, a reasonably talented thespian, and handled comedy with more ease than some of his competitors. Sadly, he died of tuberculosis in 1925 and is all but forgotten today. In Horseshoe Luck, Warner and comedy sidekick Harry Todd play miners who get in trouble with a gang of claim jumpers. This Western, like all Xydias product, was released on the states rights market for a flat fee and played only in the hinterlands.