Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Intrepid poverty-row producer Victor Adamson also wrote, directed and starred in this ultra-cheap 4-reel western about a drifter who saves the sheriff's son (Wally Merrill) from a gang of outlaws headed by the notorious "Wolf" (William Ryno). Adamson, who sometimes acted under the name Denver Dixon, appeared here as Art Mix, a guise occupied in previous films alternately by George Kesterson or Bob Roberts. Adamson's leading lady, Lillian Bond, was a British-born brunette who would later enjoy a minor Hollywood career playing mostly Bad Girls. To make his little western "up to date," Adamson borrowed some sound equipment one night and filmed a couple of tinny dialogue sequences.
bad-guy, brother, daughter, drifter, good-guy, kidnapping, outlaw [Western], rescue, sheriff, victim