Lone wolf, who is stirring up the Indians against the wishes of his elders, gets the job of scout at the fort. When he hears of the approval of the new reservation, he sends his men to trap... See full summary »

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Lone wolf, who is stirring up the Indians against the wishes of his elders, gets the job of scout at the fort. When he hears of the approval of the new reservation, he sends his men to trap Scott and his troop before they can deliver the information. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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27 September 1927 (USA)  »

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Plenty of action anyway!
20 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Filmed on location in Montana with Crow Indians from the local reservation, this is certainly an action-packed Ken Maynard outing featuring lots of Ken's trick riding (some of it obviously doubled) as well as the obligatory Indians-on-the warpath footage. The movie is also laced with a great deal of spectacular stock material from an earlier movie I'm not able to identify. Alas, what with tram-lines galore and poor exposure, this stock footage stands out from the rest of the movie like the proverbial sore toe.

However, Maynard himself comes across most agreeably. In fact, we wish we could have seen more of him and less of outrageously over-acting Paul Hurst and his comic relief threesome. Fortunately, J.P. McGowan takes up some of the slack as the fort commander with ladies on his mind. The heroine herself is a nice lass, but has little to do. Even uncredited Lafe McKee is handed a better innings.


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