Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This fast-paced, low-budget Western was typical of cowboy star Tom Tyler's output. As usual, little Frankie Darro plays his young pal. Tyler is Dandy Darrell, who sits down to a card game with Rufus Castleman. Darrell wins the Bar C ranch from the older man, who subsequently dies. When he takes charge of the ranch, he is compelled to give alcoholic foreman Black Duff a good whipping. Castleman's daughter, Ruth (Ada Mae Vaughn), returns to the ranch and Darrell, who is immediately smitten with her, cannot bring himself to tell her that the ranch now belongs to him. Ruth believes that he's only working there, and Duff convinces her that Darrell caused her father's death. She fires Darrell but he sticks around to foil Duff's cattle rustling plans. He also saves her from Duff's attempts to woo her. Darrell's heroic acts finally win Ruth over.