| A typical B-western of the 30's with little to recommend it.
This is a routine B-western of the 30's, containing a good guy, a villain and his henchmen, a murder creating an orphan, a false arrest, a love interest, an all-too-easily escape to prove innocence, followed by an unconvincing ending. The fact that such a description applies to hundreds of westerns in the 30's signifies how routine it is. However, Tom Keene is such a personable good guy and so adept in his handling of some of the cowboy tricks, he partially redeems it. But it's basically a film for undiscriminating young children and adults.