Pluck and determination versus evil and not-niceness.
When the story begins, the local railroad is in receivership--meaning that the court has appointed an overseer to watch over the day to day operations of the company. Not surprisingly, the owner of the railroad (Harry Davenport) is not happy and he doesn't yet realize that the receiver, Larry Doyle (Grant Withers) is a decent guy who really wants to help. But what neither yet realize are the depths to which a local trucking company will go to put the railroad out of business. Can Larry manage to get the railroad out of its financial woes AND defeat the wicked truckers?
Despite being only 52 minutes long*, this B-movie is quite enjoyable and lacks many of the usual B-movie cliches. Well acted and worth your time.
*It is obvious the opening scene is missing as later there is a reference to this scene where Larry meets a local lady....but it's no where in the film.
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