Ken Warren returns from the horrors of World War I to find that shady businessman Kent has swindled Pop Warren and taken possession of the family ranch. Now Kent is pressuring Ken's sweetheart, Mary, to marry him. Mary is thrilled to learn that Ken has returned from the battlefield and rushes back into his arms. Furious, Kent shoots down dad Warren in cold blood. As the old man lies dying, Kent explains that he is driven by an old family blood feud. He next plans to murder Ken, and erase the Warren clan from the face of the earth.Bob Steele is directed by his father, Robert N. Bradbury, in this Supreme Pictures Corporation production, considered one of their best. Steele, who was born Robert Bradbury, Jr., took roles in a number of the senior Bradbury's films, as well as dozens of other cowboy pictures. Unlike many of his fellow western stars, Steele routinely broke free of the genre, notably playing Curly in the 1939 classic Of Mice and Men.