Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Produced by Jesse J. Goldburg of Independent Pictures, this low-budget silent Western starred former Vitagraph leading man Robert Gordon. Gordon played a young stockyard worker who, falsely believing he has killed a bully in a fight, hides in a small Western town. He is soon falsely accused of yet another murder, but the real culprit proves to be the bully from the stockyard, still very much alive. Sadly, the identity of supporting cast and crew of this film seems lost to history. It was in all likelihood directed by either J.P. McGowan or B. Reeves Eason, both of whom toiled for Goldburg in 1924. This Western should not be confused with the 1926 Harry Fraser effort of the same name.