Cast & Crew
When Toodles Walden, the manager of his father-in-law, J. D. Ward's Darco automobile plant, is lured into entering yet another auto race, he is arrested, and J. D. sells his three Darco racing cars in exasperation. Darco's competitor, the Fargo Motor Company, secretly buys two of the cars, and Toodles purchases the last one, naming it the Cyclone. The Fargo interests, believing that the Cyclone contains the revolutionary new Darco motor, plan to sabotage the car in a wreck. When J. D. learns of this and Toodles is summoned to San Francisco on behalf of his sick baby, the old man enters the contest with his new Darco car, and the two relatives, working in tandem, win the race.
Wallace Reid Jr.
This film is a sequel to The Roaring Road, another "Toodles Walden" film made in 1919 (see AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1911-20). The working title of the film was The Bear Trap. Some scenes were shot in San Francisco. Wallace Reid's son made his film debut in this picture.