P.I. Rod Cameron is on a flight to a seacoast town in Mexico when the plane crashes. Cameron and four other people, Harry Bartell, Laurie Mitchell, Robert Knapp and Robert Osterioh survive the crash.
They grab what they can and exit the wrecked aircraft before it goes up in flames. Osterioh drops his case, which pops open revealing $200,000 in cash. Cameron grabs a bundle of the bills and reads the band. It tells him that the cash is from a bank hold up back in San Diego.
Osterioh pulls a .38 and 'kindly" asks for the cash back. Cameron complies with the request but adds a couple of solid right hands to Osterioh's chin. He pockets the man's pistol and then ties him up. Cameron intends to return Osterioh and the cash to the U.S. when they are rescued.
Osterioh has other plans. He offers an even split of the loot with Mitchell and Knapp if they will help him escape. Miss Mitchell just happens to have a small automatic in her purse. "For protection you know." Cameron is now relived of the .38, which is returned to Osterioh. Cameron tells Knapp and Mitchell they are fools if the believe Osterioh will keep his end of the deal.
Needless to say Cameron is correct in his prediction of Osterioh's future actions. Knapp switches teams again and backs Cameron. After a mad scramble for the guns, Osterioh leads Cameron on a merry chase through the brush. The chase ends with the mandatory gun battle. The crook is wounded, and hauled back to the camp just as the rescue helicopter arrives.
Quick and to the point P.I. fare. (b/w)
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