Starring William Fairbanks (real name Carl Ullman), a stunt-man turned B-Western hero who traded on a non-existent relationship with Douglas Fairbanks, this low-budget silent oater was one in a series of six produced by Gower Gulch company Western Features. Although filmed in 1921, the vehicles, which also featured Chain Hong, a comedian previously known as the "Chaplin of the Orient," were never released as a group. In fact, one entry, Fighting Bill, didn't find a distributor until 1927.
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