Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The second of five no-budget westerns starring Buffalo Bill, Jr. (aka Jay Wilsey, The Pueblo Terror featured an august cast of former silent screen players that included former Cecil B. DeMille star Wanda Hawley, stunt-man Yakima Canutt, stunt rider Aline Goodwin, and the enigmatic Art Mix. Buffalo played William Sommers, a war veteran returning to find Paradise Valley controlled by John Weston (Jack Harvey, who is buying up all the available land. Sommers confronts Weston, who denies that he is building an empire. When one of the ranchers is found murdered, Weston points the finger at Sommers, who makes a quick escape. Weston's daughter, Helen (Hawley), offers a reward for his capture, but Sommers is able to reveal the real culprit and clear his own name. Filmed back in 1930, the Buffalo Bill, Jr. westerns were all based on original stories written by Yakima Canutt and produced by small-scale West Coast Studios.