Cast & Crew
Dick Carsey leaves New York for the Barbary Coast. On the train going west, Carsey confuses the room number on his ticket and accidentally wakens Juanita, a beautiful, young Mexican woman. All during the rest of the trip, Carsey attempts to apologize to her, but she refuses to listen. At their destination, however, Carsey earns Juanita's respect when he chases a group of bandits away from the stage and prevents them from stealing a construction company payroll. Tenny, the company's owner, offers Carsey a job laying a pipeline across the land of Don Juan's ranch. Don Juan has refused Tenny access to his land, and Tenny is hoping that he will shoot Carsey for trespassing, which will send the don to jail and allow Tenny free access to his land. Don Juan's men do not shoot Carsey; instead they capture him and bring him to the don. There, Carsey learns that Juanita is the don's daughter. Juanita tells her father that Carsey is the man who stopped the stagecoach robbery, and the don agrees to let him go. Impressed by the don's behavior, Carsey offers to work for him. His first plan foiled, Tenny sends one of his men to San Francisco to bring back a large group of hoodlums. Meanwhile, Carsey organizes the don's men into a gang. Carsey and Juanita plan to marry, and to get the money he needs for a ring, Carsey asks Tenny for the money he had promised him for laying the pipeline. Don Juan sees Carsey's horse in front of Tenny's company and assumes Carsey has been double-crossing him. He forbids Carsey to enter his house, but Carsey forces his way in and begs Juanita to let him explain. She refuses to listen to Carsey's explanations, but when Tenny's men attack, Carsey helps defend the ranch, and he and Juanita are reconciled.
According to Variety, Talmadge performed a series of athletic stunts in the picture.