more adventurous girls into returning to the camp with them.
They arrive in town just in time to witness the hanging of one of Muck Mulligan's men and to hear a threat against their lives. But, the Fandango Saloon offers more pleasant company so, after a long, hot bath they're ready to partake of the happier side of town living and they don't have to wait long, because
Mona guesses at least part of the reason for their visit and sends three of her prettiest girls up to them.
They make their choices and, while Dan turns down his girl in favor of seeing Mona, Sissy Sam ceases to be a "sissy" in the expert hands of Pauline.
And, boyish Billy Busby blossoms into full manhood as he learns to make love in a way that would make a caveman jealous!
Meanwhile, Muck Mulligan and his side-kick, Greaser, are creating havoc in the town. Greaser forcibly attacks one of Mona's girls while Muck holds up the saloon downstairs. Then he conducts his own court, dealing out his version of justice by killing the men responsible for the earlier hanging. Dan finds out what's going and begins firing at Mulligan, nicking his ear, and getting hit in the arm himself.
Later, as she bandages his wounded arm, it is easy for Dan to convince Mona ~hat she and her girls should return to the camp with them. Then, as they re-live part
of their past, they find none of the passion has gone out of their feeling for each other and Mona begs Dan to love her, pleading "Love me, Dan, love me!.. ."
Early the next morning the wagons are loaded with girls, clothing and bathtubs and with the townspeople waving good-bye, they leave the Fandango and head into the beautiful and wild high country.
It/s night and they've made their camp. Billy Busby can't make up his mind which of the girls to treat tonight, so he decides to take care of several at one time. During this night, Sam's girl, Pauline, is grabbed by Mulligan's gang as she walks on the outskirts of camp and is forced to submit to Muck, and then to each of the others. When this is discovered, a gunfight ensues and one of the girls is killed. The knife Sam throws at the man on top of Pauline reaches its mark. But, before he dies, the man manages to wound Pauline critically.
With the caravan's arrival at Dan's mining camp, the bathtubs get plenty of use and Billy Busby is naturally the first to take his pick of the girls.
In the carnival-like atmosphere. they happy miners line up outside the girls' bunkhouses, cheering each time the door opens. But, one of the men insists on having Pauline, who is still suffering from her knife wound, and he threatens to kill someone if he doesn't get his way. Mona comes to their rescue by taking him to her cabin where he is unable to perform and merely gazes at Mona as she offers herself to him, and then runs from the room in shame!
Afterwards, Mona confesses to Dan that she has come to need a man, any man, every day. There, under the big sky, Dan satisfies Mona's need for that day! With regret, the caravan leaves the now-satisfied mining camp, this time with extra riders for protection. Sometime later, as they head down into a deep canyon, they are attacked by Mulligan and his gang. During the gunfight, Billy Busby is killed and Dan is seriously wounded. While Dan is too injured to help, Muck forces the girls to strip for him, leaving their shoes, stockings and hats on. Then he begins to satisfy his perverted desires, biting them until they scream in pain. Mona manages to plunge her hatpin up to the hilt into back of his neck.
Soon the other girls stick their pins in him also and he whimpers in agony.
Mona picks up a six-gun and fires at him, and Muck Mulligan falls dead. Dan and Mona have joined the other townspeople outside the town church to wish Sam and Pauline a happy marriage. Rice is thrown and the newlyweds leave,
with Dan and Mona standing alone to say their farewells, which includes an invitation for Dan to return in the Spring.
As Dan Murphy rides away. Mona DeLyse walks slowly, alone, down the middle of her Main Street. back to the Fandango, and the job she has to do.