Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Low-budget cowboy star Leo Maloney starred in a dual-role in this silent "Western Gem" (as the advertising boldly stated), which he also produced along with screenwriter Ford I. Beebe. Maloney played twin brothers, one a law-abiding cowpoke, the other a notorious outlaw. The good brother is falsely accused of his evil twin's dirty deeds but with the help of U.S. Marshal Roy Watson (on the side of the righteous for once) and Bullet, the dog, bad Maloney is soon brought to justice. Maloney's frequent leading lady, Josephine Hill, once again provided romantic interest; the little Western was released by Weiss Brothers' Clarion Photoplay company.