Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Cowboy Ben Wilson arrives at Arthur Mackley's ranch just in time to prevent the daughter of the house (Marjorie Daw) from marrying scoundrel Reed Howes in this low-budget Western which benefitted from a strong supporting cast. There is the inevitable crooked ranch foreman, of course, played by stunt-man Yakima Canutt. At one point in the film, Canutt actually appears to get stoned on marijuana, a first (and last) for a B-Western. Co-star Reed Howes was perhaps Hollywood's most handsome actor, known prior to his screen debut as the model for the "Arrow Collar" ads.
cowboy, foreman, marriage, ranch, scoundrel