Director: John Hayes
Cast: James Whitworth, Shawn Devereaux, Tony Vorno, Jay Scott, Marland Proctor, Paul Harper, Donna Stanley, Neola Graef, Roger Gentry, Maxine DeVille France, Jeannie Anderson, Frank Teichman, Miller Pettit, Beverly Fredericks, Jeff Latham
Dan Murphy leads a group of gold miners into the California mountains where they set up camp. The men are besieged by food shortage, bitter cold, and Muck Mulligan and his gang of outlaws. In addition, the men are anxious for female companionship, so Murphy, along with Billy Busby and Sissy Sam, visits the Fandango Saloon in a nearby town, where Murphy convinces his longtime friend, Mona DeLyse, to send some of her prostitutes to Murphy’s camp. Meanwhile, Mulligan and his men are creating havoc in the town, and Murphy is injured in a gunfight with the gang. The next day Mona and three other women load their wagons and leave with the miners. During the journey, Sam’s lover, Pauline, is attacked and raped by Mulligan’s men. Upon arriving at the camp, the women satisfy the men’s sexual needs and then prepare to return to the Fandango Saloon, but their caravan is again attacked by Mulligan. Murphy’s miners come to their defense, and in the ensuing gunfight Billy is killed, and Murphy is injured. The women are captured and tortured by Mulligan, but Mona manages to shoot him. Later, Sam and Pauline are married, and Dan bids farewell to Mona, leaving her to her life of prostitution.