Rugged ace stunt driver Clay McCarthy (a not half bad performance by the Duke's son Patrick Wayne), his shy, amiable aspiring country singer brother Dale (affable Mitch Vogel), and their hot babe sister Sugar (super cu...展开tie Lindsay Bloom) are held up and have their van stolen by a trio of escaped convicts while driving through the Lone Star State en route to Nashville. While waiting for ornery, ineffectual sheriff R.G. Armstrong to find their van, the unlucky threesome decide to work as farm hands for arrogant, overbearing, ill-tempered rich jerk John Hunter (huffy ham Cameron Mitchell at his most cranky and disagreeable). Clay develops a hankering for Hunter's sweet, lovely daughter Claudia (appealingly essayed by fetching "Three's Company" TV series regular Priscilla Barnes), Dale falls for the sheriff's forward, lascivious daughter Karen (mouth-wateringly sumptuous eyeful Kathy O'Dare), and Sugar romances nice guy gas station attendant Billy (likable lunk Michael Mullins). Unfortunately, Hunter's vile degenerate son Beau (a truly creepy portrayal by veteran B-movie baddie Anthony James) also wants to get in Sugar's pants, which leads to Beau savagely raping the hapless lass. After Beau gets fatally knifed in a bar fight, the blame naturally falls on Clay, who with Dale, Suger and Claudia in tow goes on the lam as a wanted fugitive.