Cisco has been asked to meet secretly with US Marshall Rich. The mission is to have Cisco infiltrate a notorious gang of robbers and killers. To get it done, Cisco has to be believeable, so he needs to break off his partnership with Pancho. Then he is to rob a bank, but he can return the money later and the marshall will stick up for him to clear Cisco’s name. Still, it’s a mission with danger and risk from the start. Will Pancho be able to handle the rejection from his long time friend? That is the hardest part.
Cisco leaves his friend, and is very convincing as an outlaw. With the bank robbery out of the way, he seems to have everyone believing that he is now a criminal. Still, there are a few who are skeptical.
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Pancho is arrested and tossed into jail for his close association with Cisco. He can’t believe Cisco is a bandit, but is resigned to his fate in jail. The gang plans a train robbery, and it’s just the thing for Cisco to use to spring a trap. The train is the one that the depressed Pancho is being transported to prison on, and in the fight that breaks out, all the bad guys are rounded up, Pancho and Cisco are reunited, but the marshall gets fatally wounded. Will he live long enough to clear Cisco? Will anybody believe the words on the lips of the marshall as he dies? As Cisco and Pancho await their fates in the jail cell, we all find out together.