When an underhanded banker tries to obtain a ranch belonging to Gene Austin's friend and benefactor, Austin helps to thwart them by staging the friend's death so that the banker's gang will think that they have murdered the rancher. Finally, Gene exposes their misdeeds.
A news item in Film Daily on August 8, 1938 stated that the picture was going to be "roadshown" for about ten weeks in short stands ranging from one to several nights, and that it would be accompanied by a live show featuring Gene Austin and others. A news item in Hollywood Reporter noted that the production was going to move to Sonora, New Mexico for one week's location shooting. According to modern sources the film was Austin's only starring role. Modern sources list the following cast members: Charles King, Karl Hackett, Ted Claire, John Merton, Ben Corbett, Bob Terry, John Elliott, Lloyd Ingraham and Darryl Harper, and note that Austin wrote all of the film's songs, which included "Song of the Saddle," "I'm Comin' Home," "I Feel Down and Broke My Heart," "Why Can't I Be Your Sweetheart Tonight?" and "The Man From Texas." Modern source also credit the screenplay to Wayne Carter, the editing to Charles Henkel, and list Harry Forbes as the cameraman along with Robert Cline.