Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The team of Charles R. Seeling, a cameraman turned producer-director, and Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, a brawny, young character actor, churned out a series of very low-budgeted westerns geared to the horse-and-buggy trade. This time around, Williams plays a young cowboy who is almost cheated out of his inheritance -- a valuable mine -- by an unscrupulous ranch foreman (William Gunn). Big Boy never truly made the grade as a cowboy star but enjoyed a lengthy career as a supporting player. For his part, Charles Seeling returned to operating a camera following his brief stint as a western auteur.