Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This little silent Western was one in a series of six "Montana Bill" oaters produced by poverty row regular William Pizor, a gentleman remembered for having produced some of the cheapest films this side of home movies. The leading man, Montana Bill, was actually veteran Western performer Frederick Church in his final starring series. One-eyed, one-legged Robert J. Horner, who was a mediocre director on his best days, added insult to injury this time by also writing, titling, and editing the film. Horner mercifully left the camera operations to Lauren A. Draper. Supporting Church were Betty Gates, Carl Berlin, and the dependable Bud Osborne.