Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Low-budget cowboy star Al Hoxie saves Betty Gates' ranch from a gang of rustlers lead by Bill Nestel in this, the last of six Hoxie Westerns produced by small-time Krelbar, a company owned by producer Bud Barsky and distributor Sherman Krellberg. The near-legendary, one-eyed and one-legged Robert J. Horner directed, and The Rustler's End, which was released with several tinted sequences, is considered the best of the series. "Best," however, is a relative term when dealing with Horner. Carl Berlin and Herbert Walter were also featured, and the film was presented by William Pizor.