Steve Packard is the ne'er-do-well son of an Arizona ranching baron. Upon his father's death, Steve returns from his days as a South Pacific beach bum to protect his father's estate, which has fallen into the hands of Steve's estranged grandfather. The grandfather's foreman, Joe Blenham, attempts to wrest the ranch from Steve's rightful inheritance, whether the means are legal or not.
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The story of an outcast who fell heir to the broad ranges of his father's ranch, and who came back from the Land of the Forgotten to wrest it from its enemies- and who fell in love with the sweetest girl you ever saw. (Print Ad- Altus Times-Democrat,((Altus, Oklahoma)) 15 June 1922)
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