In the eyes of his rich father, Neil (Hoot Gibson), a rodeo champ, is
just a no-good failure - and as if to prove his father right, Neil and his
best friend Bert (Charles Hill) soon enough get thrown onto a freighttrain
after a barroom brawl and end up somewhere in the West, something very new
for these city slickers. But Neil soon enough noties that his father has a
ranch down here run by his business associate Stark (Warner Richmond) - so
Neil and Bert find a job with the competition, the ranch of Adam Ware
(John Elliott) and his daughter Ann (June Gale).
Neil and Bert start out as dishwashers and cooks, but before you know
it, Neil has become foreman of the ranch, replacing Dorgan (Stanley
Blystone), who secretly works for Stark, who in turn wants to ruin the
Wares and who by the way is a real baddie who also routinely embezzles
some of Neil's dad's money.
Stark and Dorgan soon enough try various schemes to put the Wares out
of business, including rustling and stealing the Wares' bankroll, but
ultimately, Neil sorts it all out, lets Stark and Dorgan have their just
desserts, finally makes his dad proud of him, and of course gets the girl,
Ann that is.
Nothing big, but if you like Hoot Gibson and especially his brand of
humour (all of his best films are Western-comedies to a degree), you will
like this one.