'It is not devoted entirely to a western setting, but tells the story of how a young girl who has been finishing her education on the Continent is recalled to the station home of her father in an outback Australian settlement, and how her antagonism towards his foreman ultimately develops into love.'
'Parkside Theatre', Queensland Times, 28 April 1937, p.10.
Note on authorship:
An article on the arrival of Victor Jory for filming notes that he was arriving 'to make a film from "Rangle River," a story with an Australian setting, which Mr. Zane Grey wrote during his recent holiday in Bermagui.' ('American Actor for Australian Film', Sydney Morning Herald, 2 June 1936, p.24S)