'Breezy' Hart (Fred Humes) got his friend Frank Wilcox through the Great War alive and now, true pals, they are bound for the ranch that belonged to Frank's late uncle. Unaware that the Ranch's superintendent, Sam Hardy (William Bailey) has claimed the ranch for his own. Can 'Breezy' come through again and save his pal's ranch? *** 56 minutes with a theatre organ score by David Knudtson.
Returning home from the Great War, "Breezy" Hart (Fred Humes) and his shell-shocked buddy Frank Wilcox (Ralph McCullough) discover the Wilcox property in the hands of evil Sam Hardy (William Norton Bailey). Frank, who is the rightful heir to the ranch, goes into hiding, while "Breezy" takes a job in the ranch kitchen. Learning of Frank's whereabouts, Hardy plots to have the young heir killed. Luckily, Breezy overhears the villain plotting with his henchmen and is able to rescue his friend. Hardy and his men are arrested, and Frank, now cured of his illness, is reunited with his girl, June Marston (Nita Cavalier). Breezy, meanwhile, is busy romancing his kitchen staff colleague, Mary Jane (Louise Lorraine). Director William Wyler, a distant relative of Universal's founder, Carl Laemmle), began his distinguished career helming Fred Humes and Ted Wells program Westerns.
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