Sayers, a society debutante, is thrown together with Jones, a rough-and-tumble cowboy. The two dislike each other's lifestyles, but after a series of typical western happenings, the two fall in love. Jones was making about $300 a week at this time, working for Sol Lesser's Beverly
Productions, a steep drop from what he had formerly been making at Fox. But with the slump in westerns in the early 1930s he was lucky to be making anything.