Tom Hardy ( Bob Custer ), a tough Texas Ranger, is ordered to find Big Wolf , an important leader of the Indians who is believed to have been kidnapped by the Granby gang. Little Wolf ( Dorothy Ponedel ), who is helping Tom find Big Wolf, is wounded and taken to the Reeves ranch, where Tom first meets and falls in love with Marion Reeves ( Mary Beth Milford ), a beautiful girl who soon confides to him her concern for her brother, Jack ( Ralph McCullough ), who is running with the Granby gang. Tom later discovers Jack in a saloon, drinking with the outlaws, there is a fight, and a man is killed, the blame being falsely laid on Jack, who runs to his sister for help, closely followed by Tom. Marion holds Tom at the point of a gun while Jack escapes, hiding out in Duke Granby's den, Little Wolf sees him and takes Tom there, Marion follows them, Jack and Granby ( David Dunbar ) fight. One of Granby's men blows up a dam, and the hideout is inundated. Tom saves Granby, who, with his dying words, exonerates Jack. Tom then saves Marion from the flood, permanently winning her love.
This 1925 silent western/drama was produced by Independent Pictures starring Bob Custer. Sadly this film may now be a lost silent.
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