Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Pals of the Pecos are our old pals The Three Mesquiteers, portrayed herein by Robert Livingston (as Stony Brooke), Bob Steele (as Tucson Smith) and Rufe Davis (as Lullaby Joslin). Once again hopscotching in time, the Mesquiteers finds themselves in the year 1858. Attempting to help establish an overland stagecoach service, the three protagonists are challenged by progress-hating villain Stevens (Robert Frazer). Tossed into jail on a trumped-up charge, the Mesquiteers escape in time to see that justice is served. The leading lady duties in Pals of the Pecos are handled by June Johnson, a pretty amateur who disappeared from films not long afterward.
bad-guy, business, business-rivalry, cowboy, good-guy, outlaw [Western], rival, romance, stagecoach