Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Neva Gerber, a socialite turned action heroine, starred in this very low-budget silent Western produced by Gower Gulch company Wild West. She played Cora Atwood, an Easterner visiting her uncle's ranch in Wyoming. Restless and bored, the snobbish girl toys with the affections of ranch foreman Cal Frazer (Dick Hatton) to the point where the rough-hewn cowboy decides to teach her a lesson. A real-life crook gets in on the act, but Frazer manages to save the girl and finally win her love. Rather plain-looking for a cowboy hero, Hatton starred in some of the era's cheapest Westerns, usually playing the jealous, ineffective ranch foreman who finally gets a chance to prove his true worth in the supposedly rousing finale.