Cast & Crew
B. B. Ray
As Jack Fenrod and his friend, Amos Butts, ride toward El Rio to find smuggler Bill Meeker, three men try to stop Lolita Carlos from riding by. When her horses charge, Jack rescues her; however, the three men start a fight with Jack, and Lolita rides off without a word while Amos rescues him. Amos then goes to the Casa de Oro Saloon, owned by Meeker, and meets Lupe, a flower girl, and Joe, one of Meeker's men. Jack also enters the saloon, pretending he does not know Amos, and watches Lolita's dance. Meeker and Jack get into a fight, as do Amos and Joe, and Lolita suggests that local rancher Don Carlos seize Jack for horse theft. This ruse diverts Meeker's suspicions, allowing Carlos to free Jack and Lolita to express her appreciation for the earlier rescue. Amos, following Jack to the Carlos ranch, meets skilled cook Molly O'Hara and proposes marriage, but when Amos and Molly go to the Casa de Oro, Lupe asserts that she found Amos first, and the two women argue as Amos leaves. Lolita learns that Meeker is planning a shipment of contraband at Arroyo Seco the next day and later finds out the time of the shipment, but she is caught by Meeker trying to write to Carlos. Jack saves Lolita and leaves Meeker with Amos, but Joe finds Meeker and sets him free. Jack goes to help Carlos stop Meeker's men, while Lolita sends uniformed Secret Service men. Meeker takes Lolita hostage, but she escapes and Jack captures him. Carlos and Lolita are then revealed as brother and sister undercover agents in the Mexican Secret Service, thus enabling Jack to declare his love for Lolita. After Amos takes Joe to the agents, he is chased away by Lupe and Molly when they discover that he is already married.
B. B. Ray
Although the film's onscreen credits include a copyright statement, its title was not listed in the copyright register. While Motion Picture Herald release charts list the film as being released by Commodore on August 26, 1935, the film was approved by the New York censors in 1934 and reviewed by The Exhibitor in February 1935, and therefore May have been exhibited prior to the date it was available from Commodore. Modern sources list Slim Whitaker as an additional cast member.