The fight between cattle ranchers and encroaching sheep men was an endurable topic of westerns since the dawn of cinema. Usually, the onus was on the latter, whose fences were seen as the beginning of the end of a free West. The villain in Galloping Devil was a sheepman trying to take over Genevieve Bert's ranch by unscrupulous means. Ranch hand Franklyn Farnum comes to her assistance and is almost blown to bits for his efforts. Eventually, he saves the damsel in distress from a kidnapping. Comedy relief came from precocious child actor Joseph Chatterton, who played something as rare in a "B"-western as the hero's little son.
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