Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
One of the most obscure Westerns of the entire 1920s, Sons of the West told the touching story of a husband who divorces his faithless wife to seek happiness in the West. He marries a nice local girl but the former wife turns up like a bad penny demanding money for an expensive operation. His new wife leaves and the desperate hero robs a stage to pay for the operation. Fortuitously, a letter just then arrives with money owed and the hard-proven husband can return the stolen loot. The former wife recovers, repents, and leaves her erstwhile husband to his new bride. Neither the film itself nor any names of cast or crew seem to have survived.