George O'Brien stars in this rousing western as Ernest Selby, a city boy from back east who inherits a cattle ranch infested with rustlers. He rides out intending to sell the place, but sticks around to get to the bottom of things when he falls for Anne (Irene Hervey), the lovely daughter of ranch foreman Sam Hepburn (Henry Hall). Matters get more complicated when Ernest suspects Sam is behind the rustling. He needs to do some serious fighting and detective work to catch the crooks, and in the process turns from city slicker to bona fide western hero. Based on a story by Zane Grey, it's fast-moving, heartfelt entertainment under the assured direction of Eddie Cline (MY LITTLE CHICKADEE).
George O'Brien stars in this exciting western (from a story by Zane Grey) about an easterner who inherits a cattle ranch besieged by rustlers. Though originally intending to sell the place, O'Brien decides to stick around and catch the crooks after he falls in love with the ranch foreman's daughter (Irene Hervey). Unfortunately, the ranch foreman is also O'Brien's prime suspect. It's fast-moving fun as O'Brien tracks down the bad guys while gradually turning from a city slicker into a bona fide western hero.