Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced on the very cheap by Sanford F. Arnold, this minor silent Northwest melodrama featured 1922 WAMPAS Baby Star Virginia Brown Faire as a Northwoods girl suspecting her boyfriend (Gordon Brinkley) of being a dope smuggler. Unbeknownst to the damsel, however, Brinkley is really a Northwest Mounted Police Officer in disguise who is searching for his father's killer, Reckless Jim Regan (Fred Kohler). Miss Faire, who had played Tinker Bell in the 1924 version of Peter Pan, spent most of her remaining career in slipshod productions such as The Devil's Masterpiece. She was married to action movie director Duke Worne.
capture, disguise, gangster, love, Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), woods [place]