When depositing his winnings, Bat and the bank are robbed by a gang of Mexican bandits. Bat tracks the bandits and their double-crossing female accomplice through Spanish-American communities to retrieve his money and the bank's money.
While in San Bernardino, California in 1882 Bat is in the bank to deposit his $7,000 in winnings. As he stands at the teller window the bank is robbed including Bat's money by a trio of robbers. Bat notices the lead holdup man and a beautiful woman make eye contact. That evening when he walks into his hotel room, someone fires a shot at him. He plays dead until he can disarm the shooter which is the young lady Rosita. Both have a key to the same room. She asks Bat to escort her back to her uncle's home at Los Angles. At one time her family owned a land grant to most of the Los Angles area. Along the way the trio of robbers attacks them but Bat is able to kill one and run the other two off. At Los Angles as he suspected Rosita is carrying the stolen money but before he can recover it, the outlaw leader Juan Torrino appears. As they fight, Rosita escapes with the money. Bat tracks her down at her sick uncle's home. He is celebrating the money to be used to rebuild the ranch. However, ... Written by