Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Round-faced silent screen cowboy Bob Reeves played the title role in this obscure Western produced by Larry Wheeler for release by Anchor. Not one of the more charismatic Western heroes, Reeves nevertheless starred in a host of forgettable oaters in the 1920s. Not surprisingly, the stolid actor was reduced to minor supporting roles in the sound era. Playing the sheriff in this film is one Fred Hank (real name: Allen Penrose), a native of Wyoming who had starred in a series of quite popular two-reel Western released by Poverty Row company Sierra the previous year.