Cast & Crew
Millard K. Wilson
Beatrice La Plante
Searching for the murderer of his brother, the Stranger rides into a small Western town. There he becomes friends with Jose, a half-breed sheepherder who has a score to settle with Tyke, the town doctor. Tyke covets Betty Lugo, who lives with her crazy old father on the outskirts of town and resists Tyke's efforts to make her a dancing girl at his saloon. When Tyke fails to drive the Stranger out of town, he abducts Betty, to whom the Stranger is attracted, and locks her in his closet. In the midst of his rescue of Betty, the Stranger overhears Jean, Tyke's lover, threaten to expose Tyke as the murderer of the Stranger's brother. After beating Tyke in a fistfight, the Stranger takes Betty across the Mexican border to marry her, leaving Tyke to the vengeance of Jose.
According to an exhibitors' release chart, this film was produced "locally" in Los Angeles. The Bioscope and Kinematograph Weekly, however, list it as a production of B. S. Moss whose studio was located in New York. The records of the Community Motion Picture Bureau list it as a First National release and give a release date of October 11, 1920, though the film definitely played in Los Angeles in early 1920.