Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Silent western star Hoot Gibson enjoyed showing off his rodeo skills in his westerns. This time, he mistakenly assumes he killed the cousin of his boss in a duel and flees to Oregon. That, of course, gave director Edward Sedgwick a chance to film the 1924 Pendleton Roundup with Hoot as the featured attraction. Gibson's studio, Universal, rounded up a veritable who's who of former and future western stars to complement the rodeo footage, including director Sedgwick's sister Josie and young comer Fred Humes.
cousin, girl, love, rodeo, sweetheart