Synopsis by Hal Erickson
A frequently-filmed Harold Bell Wright novel was the source for this leisurely-paced George O'Brien western. His fortune wiped out, Easterner Larry Knight (O'Brien) heads West to start life all over again. He manages to land a job as a ranchhand, and in this capacity develops a love of horses. Larry's "Rite of passage" to full manhood is manifested in his efforts to tame and ride a champion bucking bronco. Along the way, he also gets enmeshed in a local feud over water rights. Dorothy Wilson is the well-poised heroine, while Harry Woods, as always, is the villain.
bad-guy, bronco-buster, good-guy, go-west-young-man, greenhorn, love, ranch, ranch-hand, romance, water-rights