Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of cowboy star Tom Mix's best films for the Fox company, No Man's Gold was, according to the trade magazine Variety, "a first-class cowboy melodrama," despite the fact that the original director, Tom Buckingham, was replaced by Lewis Seiler mid-production. The story centers on a dying prospector who divides the map to his gold mine into three parts: one for the outlaw who shot him (Frank Campeau), one for comedy sidekick Harry Grippe, and the third to hero Mix. The latter must also care for the miner's now-orphaned son (Mickey Moore) and, at the same time, reach the mine before his enemies do. Director Seiler throws in some fine rodeo footage for good measure and a good time is had by all. No Man's Gold marked the tenth and final time that blond leading lady Eva Novak starred opposite Tom Mix.
cowboy, death, gold, justice, killing, map, mine, rodeo, wound [injury]