Marion Warner inherits property in Navajo country controlled by ruthless Indian agent Morgan and his henchman Glendon. Because the property is a source of water in this arid country, Morgan covets it. He also covets a young Indian girl whom he has imprisoned at the agency. When Marion uses her skill with a six-shooter to help the girl escape, Morgan plots to kill her as well as swindle her out of her property.
Mexico, 1915. An American bank robber travels to Mexico during the Civil War to sell his services to the highest bidder. He is hired to steal a shipment of gold from the government and transport it to the famous revolutionary leader Pancho Villa, but secretly he plots to steal the loot for himself.
On the lam after killing an Army captain in self-defense, John “Ringo” Baker accidentally shoots his brother Lt. Mike Baker while making his escape. Ringo finds refuge in a remote town, where local ranchers hire him to thwart a greedy land baron.
Kansas is a stunt coordinator in charge of horses on a western being shot in a small Peruvian village. Following a tragic incident on the set where an actor is killed in a stunt, Kansas decides to quit the movie business and stay in Peru with a local woman named Maria Kansas thinks he has found paradise, but is soon called in to help in a bizarre incident: the Peruvian natives are “filming” their own movie with “cameras” made of sticks, and acting out real western movie violence.
A white red-haired girl has been raised by the Cherokee Indians after her family was massacred. She considers herself a Native American and she regards all whites as her enemies. Her feelings are justified when outlaws kill her Indian parents. Realizing she can’t seek vengeance alone; she grudgingly accepts the help of white marshal Hollister and is now called the ‘Rose of Cimmarron’.
The scene is the potentially prosperous western town of Spanish Boot, built from nothing by a group of determined settlers. Before they can enjoy the fruits of their labors, the townsfolk are threatened with an imminent Apache attack. Delivering this sobering news is gambler Sam Leeds, previously kicked out of town by the “proper” citizens. At first, no one believes Leeds, but soon the Apaches prove the veracity of the gambler’s claims.
New ranch owner Frank Madden, half Indian but posing as white, arrives just as an all white jury finds the three white Shipley brothers who lynched three Indians innocent. There is soon trouble between Frank and the Shipleys who are using Frank’s land to graze their cattle. When the brother of one of the Indian victims kills a Shipley, Frank is accused and put in jail. The Shipleys then organize a lynch mob and head for the jail.