Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
In the early '20s, the enterprising Victor Adamson (aka Denver Dixon) invented the personality of Art Mix in order to cash in on the success of western star Tom Mix. Adamson himself appeared under the name in several films but then hired George Kesterson to assume the disguise. Kesterson -- whose trademark was one of filmdom's tallest stetsons -- appeared under the Art Mix moniker in Riders of Border Bay, a low-budget western whose plot and supporting cast otherwise have been lost to history. Poverty row company Aywon released the film as an Art Mix Production.