Lower-echelon cowboy star Franklyn Farnum played a "half-breed" in search of a hidden gold reserve in this independent silent oater produced by movie pioneer William N. Selig. Along the way, Farnum falls in love with a pretty white girl Ethel Ritchie and discovers to his relief that he is white himself and only raised by the Indians. Selig had produced scores of Westerns like this in the 1910's, the heyday of his Selig Polyscope Company, a pioneering film concern that went out of business in 1917.
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