Bill Clary has robbed the stage and planted some of the money at Luke Avery's ranch. Dan Alton arrives at the same time posing as a Lawyer to sell his book. When Avery is charged with the robbery, Luke's sister Ruth gets Dan to take the case. His defense entails robbing another stage. Luke is found innocent but Dan is exposed as a stage robber.
Running Time: 62 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: Passed
An excellent Hoot Gibson programmer in which he plays a confidence man posing as a lawyer selling phony law books. When a murder takes place, he is called in to defend the accused man. Al Bridge is also excellent as the sheriff looking for exculpatory evidence.
The direction is credited to George Melford, one of the best visual stylists of the silent era, but he shows little flair here. There is no camera movement, but he does have some fun with the cuts. (imdb.com)
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