Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A now forgotten silent screen cowboy hero, Ranger Bill Miller, starred in this obscure western as a cattle rustler who hightails it to New York City, where he gets involved with a dance-hall girl (Patricia Palmer). That, however, only leads to more trouble as the anti-hero gets his ill-gotten bankroll stolen by a couple of gangsters. The police raid the location, but Ranger Bill successfully pleads for clemency for the girl. They return to the West, where the irate locals almost lynch the hero. He is rescued in the nick of time by a rolling-pin wielding Irish woman (Mabel Turner) and is later forgiven for his past sins. This ludicrously plotted film was produced by Max O. Miller and released on the states rights market by the Lee-Bradford Corporation.