This poor attempt at swashbuckling action revolves around a group of gypsies wrongly imprisoned for the murder of a count. Dumbrille portrays the wicked baron who actually commits the crime and then pins it on the gypsies. Hall is the baron's messenger, who knows the gypsies are innocent
and sets out to prove it. He notices gypsy dancer Montez wearing a pendant with the dead man's coat of arms and discovers she is really the count's long lost sister and rightful heir to the throne. When Hall accuses Dumbrille of the crime, he is thrown into the dungeon with the gypsies. But they
join forces, overpower the guards, and escape. Montez, who had already promised to marr...