This long-lost silent Western was one in a series of inexpensive oaters starring Bob Reeves, a cowboy better known for supporting roles. J.P. McGowan, of Hazards of Helen fame, directed and the series was released by Poverty Row company Rayart. The 6'1", Texas-born Reeves, a former stunt double, would enjoy one of the longest B-Western careers in history: from 1919 to 1953, usually playing minor roles on either side of the law.
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