Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
The last of three Tom Tyler Westerns produced by Gower Gulch regular John R. Freuler, War of the Range featured the strapping former silent star as a cowboy settling a dispute between homesteaders and proponents of a free range. J.P. McGowan of Hazards of Helen fame directed in his accustomed economical style and the supporting cast constituted the usual Poverty Row directory of former "names," this time including Charles K. French and 1929 WAMPAS Baby Star Caryl Lincoln as the farmer and his daughter respectively, as well as Lane Chandler, a handsome former Paramount star now down on his luck. Ted Adams, a comparative newcomer, played the head of the opposing cattle ranchers.
competition, cowboy, daughter, family-feud, feud, foreman, homestead, love, love-triangle, ranch, son