Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
A horse and a dog play the lead roles in this inexpensive silent Western produced and directed by Harry S. Webb. Virginia Browne Faire is falsely accused of bond theft and is cleared by a handsome air mail pilot (Gaston Glass) and the aforementioned four-legged thespians. The premiere production of Webb's Biltmore organization, Untamed Justice's main claim to fame were indeed Arab the Horse and Muro the Dog, who were reunited in the company's best remembered vehicle, Phantoms of the North (1929). Browne Faire had played Tinker Bell in Peter Pan but her subsequent career never went far above B-level. Widowed by action director Duke Worne, she retired in 1934.