Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
This obscure silent Western starring Kit Carson was one in a series of eight low-budget oaters produced and directed by Robert J. Horner in 1925-1926. Carson's Twin-Six O'Brien is a notorious gunslinger who gets in the way of a gang of land grabbers. Hiding behind the saleable moniker "Kid Carson" was one Boris Bullock, a Russian-born former military officer who later also appeared under the equally derivative name William Barrymore. Sound ended Carson-Bullock-Barrymore's aspirations to stardom, however.