One of the few female western stars of the 1920s, Josie Sedgwick, played a girl searching for her outlaw father's killer in this routine Universal oater. Along the way, she nurses a handsome mine manager (Edward Hearn back to health, and they fall in love. As an inside joke, the villain in this film, played smoothly by Robert Walker, was given the name of a well-known supporting player, bearded Slim Cole. Like her sister Eileen, Josie Sedgwick's career waned in the mid 1920s, and she left the screen in 1926, returning only once to play Bob Steele's gun-toting mother in Son of Oklahoma (1932).
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