Handsome gang leader Kisum (Adam Roarke) and his “MC California” biker gang descend on a tiny Native American shanty town where he falls for waitress Marcia Little Hawk (Joanna Frank). Her brother Johnnie Little Hawk (Robert Walker, Jr.) – the blue-eyed leader of a group of American Indians – disapproves.
Meanwhile, the crooked owner of the local bar and convenience store, Fillmore (Mel Berger) – schemes to have the two groups at each other’s throats again.
Fillmore has been trying for some time to drive the pesky Indians off their land and turn it into a resort and shopping mall that would make him millions.
Now with Kisum and his bikers running amok and terrifying the Indians in town, Fillmore plans to pay off Kisum to burn the Indians out of their homes and, at the same time, call the state troopers and have him and his gang arrested for arson and murder.
When the bikers and Indians – seeing a common cause – become allied against Fillmore, he goes into overdrive and has a local Indian woman raped and murdered by his karate black belt henchman, Taggert (Charles Bail), making it look like one of the bikers did it.
When things still don’t turn out the way he planned, Fillmore has Taggert and his hired thugs murder Kisum’s good friend Bull (Richard Anders) to incite a war between the bikers and the Indians while he sits back and watches in delight.
Taggert eventually has the truth beaten out of him by Kisum and confesses to what he and his boss Fillmore did.
It’s now up to Kisum to get the truth out to both his bikers and Johnnie Blue Eyes’ Indians to unite against their real enemy before they end up slaughtering each other.
Producer Dick Clark and director Richard Rush made Psych-Out earlier in the same year.
Johnnie Little Hawk
Robert Walker Jr.
Marcia Little Hawk
Billy Green Bush