Two hooligans are suspected of killing a crooked gambler or of shielding the actual killer. They escape into the hills pursued by the sheriff and a posse. The real killer is accidentally shot and confesses before dying.
Although modern sources give a 1935 release year for this film, no contemporary American sources have been found to corroborate this information. No American reviews were found; however, the BFI's Monthly Film Bulletin November 1936 issue contained a review from which the plot summary was taken and which indicated the film was a Superior production. The above credits were taken from a print of the film contained in the National Film Archive in London. Onscreen credits include the following prologue: "'Red Rock' like every other Western town had its juvenile baseball team." According to a modern source, Arizona Trails was a 1935 Superior production produced by Victor Adamson, who also appeared in the film.