Lord and Farentino are on the verge of being hung for their thievery but are rescued at the last minute by Galloway, an old pal. They rob a stagecoach for some needed funds, and Farentino heads off for California, presumably to retire. But upon arriving in Sacramento he teams with Yuro,
a lawyer friend with connection to Wells Fargo shipments, who supplies Farentino with information about incoming goods. The outlaw comes out of his retirement, dons a mask (calling himself "The Black Bandit"), and holds up stagecoaches. On one coach, Johnson, a singer, manages to catch Farentino's
eye. Also on this coach are his ex-partners, Lord and Galloway, who foil the robbery. ...