Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Although Frank Borzage had pretty much given up acting in favor of directing by 1922, he does both in this Western, produced by Aywon. The cattlemen of the Bar-C ranch have struck terror into all their neighbors -- that is, except for Silent Shelby (Borzage), who goes out of his way to prove that he does not fear them. Ward Curtis (Harvey Clark), who heads a mining company, takes note of this and hires Shelby to search for gold on the Bar-C lands. Among those suffering the ranch's intimidation are sheep man Dave Moore (Perry Banks) and his son, Bobbie -- except Bobbie is really a girl (Ann Little) disguised as a boy. Shelby discovers her secret one day when he catches her with her hat off. Inevitably, the big fight between Shelby and the Bar-C ranch gets underway. Moore is killed in the fracas, but Bobbie finds a protector -- and a husband -- in Shelby. This picture was adapted from a novel, The Land O' Lizards.