Laconic silent western hero Bill Cody both produced and starred in this minor effort released by the Pathé organization. Cody plays a cowboy who inherits an estate in Chicago. Once there, naturally, he runs afoul of some grifting city slickers and returns to his element poorer but wiser. No great shakes in the acting department, Cody nevertheless enjoyed a minor starring career that lasted until 1936.
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