Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
An unscrupulous woman (Helen Broneau) attempts to acquire range land earmarked by a big railroad company in this low-budget silent Western written and directed by John Ford's older brother, Francis Ford. Taciturn Edmund Cobb starred as the woman's foreman, assigned to drive out the homesteaders. Cobb, however, falls in love with his intended victim, Florence Gilbert, and reforms. Range Blood also featured director Francis Ford and Frank Baker. Gilbert was the wife of the film's producer, Ashton Dearholt.