Texas Guinan has a hankering for Francis Ford, but it's just him and his little daughter, Jeanne Carpenter. He's set to ride his big horse in the land rush that's about to happen, but there are dirty doings afoot, thanks to Fred Kohler.
Miss Guinan looks good no matter she is dressed in, and she certainly knows how to ride; she mounts her horses as well as any many, a basic requirement for a western star of the era. It may surprise people who know her only from her career as a speakeasy owner in the 1920s, but she had spent four years in the movies, starting out at Triangle. This short feature, newly re-issued on Blu-Ray and DVD by Grapevine, has a nice drop-needle score compiled by Jack Hardy.
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