In town, a crowd waits outside the bank, just before it’s official operating hours. Cisco arrives, and the banker asks a favor. He wants Cisco to get a delivery of gold to handle the expected transactions. The banker must be a friend, and trusts Cisco for such a chore, but will the banker on the other end be so trusting? He has never met Cisco, and doesn’t know what he even looks like. The scene is overheard by a couple of bandits who see their opportunity to head off Cisco and Pancho, and swipe the gold.
There’s a run in with the bandits on the trail, and the bandits steal the letter of credentials that Cisco was carrying. Without the money, there’ll be a run on the bank for sure. Cisco and Pancho awaken from their bumps on the head, only to find themselves tied up. Will our heros be too late to stop the run on the bank? Will they still be able to get the cash they were sent for? Do they have any hopes of catching up with the bad guys?
The bad guys don’t have an easy time convincing the banker, and they end up shooting him, leaving Cisco to take the blame. Are the bandits going to get away with the cash? It’s beginning to look that way, until Cisco and Pancho manage to ambush them along the trail.
Time is important, so Pancho is to take the bad guys to the authorities, while Cisco rides the money to the bank. It looks like a wonderful day in the life out west when a sheriff and posse rides up to lend a hand. So, does the cash make it on time? I think you know, but why not listen in for yourself, and enjoy the adventure for yourself?