Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Stunt-man Cliff Lyons (billed as "Tex Lyons") starred in a series of ultra low-budget silent westerns produced and directed by Benjamin F. Wilson. In The Saddle King, perhaps the best known entry in the series, Lyons played a deputy sheriff searching for the villain (Al Ferguson) who murdered his brother (Glen Cook). Produced by Gower Gulch entrepreneur Morris R. Schlank, this minor western effort also featured Neva Gerber as the villain's innocent sister and Jack Casey as the sheriff. Cheyenne Bill (real name: William McKechnie), who starred in another Schlank series, played a henchman this time around.