Average film that, unlike many other westerns of the day, told its story in only 58 minutes, without throwing in any padding. A young Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman heads into the US to hunt a murderer. He finds his man running a horse-stealing ring and, with the help of the US marshal,
does his job in that bold Mountie manner. Good acting and production values made this a suitable little program piece that filled out double bills in 1932.