Here’s romance, here’s adventure, here’s the Robin Hood of the old West, the Cisco Kid.
With gold and silver mines running full blast, plenty of timper is needed to help shore them up. At a timber mill there’s trouble at a log jam. There’s money in those logs, but there’s death in them too. Elsewhere, Cisco and Pancho take a little swim to bathe before going to town. Their fun is cut short when logs from the flume come their way.
When our heros are curious, and go to investigate the source of the logs, they are shot at. What kind of danger will Cisco and Pancho find? They talk with the owner of the Silver Saddle Mine to investigate. Who wants to sabotage the flumes?
Commercial time. Hold on while I flip the record. Cisco is just the tough hombre it will take to get to the bad guys. They get worried when they learn who Cisco is, and that he’s on their trail. A murderous plan is set for our hero. Ride along for suspenseful Western adenture.
Cisco discovers the source of the log jams, and fights it out with the bad gys. In epilog, Pancho changes the tone, and shares about a story of a lost love. Oh Pancho! Oh Cisco!
Sherry Lewis and Lamchop share a word on eye exams at the end.