Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A rugged detective is hired by a bank to infiltrate a gang of robbers in this very average silent Western starring former Yale football star Maurice "Lefty" Flynn. Although handsome and a capable actor, Flynn never reached top stardom in Westerns (or anywhere else, for that matter) and was always better known as the husband of Metro star Viola Dana. Produced independently by director Harry Garson for release by FBO, The No-Gun Man was a rare writing assignment for editor and future director Dorothy Arzner. Flynn's leading lady, Gloria Grey, starred that same year as Gene Stratton-Porter's Girl of the Limberlost.
bank, gangster, outlaw [Western], President