Gunman for Hire. The announcer tells how hired gunmen of the old West were often successful. They goaded their victims into drawing their pistol first, then when they shot them, the law would let them offsince it would be self defense. Thus letting them off the hook for murder.
After an opening scene that demonstrates the point, a rider is speeding across the range, and heading in the direction of Cisco and Pancho. There’s a rough encounter, then the rider continues to a near by ranch where he puts his gun skills to work to kill the rancher. The rancher is also the sheriff, and he has left his daughter behind. It’s looking bad for her, until Cisco and Pancho get word of her troubles.
With Cisco acting in place of the fallen sheriff, and stirring up aggrivations for the gunmen by not falling for their trick, the killers are out to get him. Scisco won’t give up with his help to the sheriff’s daughter until the last man has been brought to justice. Still, it won’t be easy when the hired guns pull out all their dirty tricks.
Get ready for fist fighting, and gun fighting thrills. With the sweet senorita avenged, there’s nothing to do but… oh no, , mushy stuff. Hide your eyes and ears kiddies.
Afterward, Pancho and Cisco share a few words about popcorn, and have a good laugh. O Pancho! O Cisco!