Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
In this obscure silent Western, an Arizona range patrol officer (Jack Livingston) tracks down a gang of cattle rustlers, rescuing his sweetheart (Mary Wynn) from a fate worse than death along the way. The only "name" actor in the film was the villain, prolific heavy Al Ferguson. Produced by Premium Picture productions, The Range Patrol was directed by H.G. Moody and photographed by H.C. Cook, presumably far away from the Hollywood range.