James Warren stars in this triple bill of Western dramas. In 'Code of the West' (1947) Bob Wade (Warren) takes on corrupt saloon owner Boyd Carter (Raymond Burr) and his henchmen who are trying to remove Ruth Stockton (Debra Alden) and her father (Harry Harvey) from their ranch after it emerges that a railroad will be coming through town and whoever owns this land could earn a fortune. In 'Wanderer of the Wasteland' (1945) Adam Larey (Warren), orphaned from a young age, believes he has found his father's killer because of the same brand on luggage belonging to Jeanie Collinshaw (Audrey Long) that was on one of the horses Adam remembers from the time of his father's death. When he follows Jeanie back to her ranch and meets her family he is certain that her uncle Jim (Robert Barrat) is the culprit. However, as Adam gets to know Jeanie he falls in love with her and suddenly finds himself in a quandary and having to decide between vengeance and love. Finally, in 'Sunset Pass' (1946) Rocky (Warren) is hired by banker Daab (Harry Harvey), along with his sidekick Chito (John Laurenz), to protect a large sum of money. However, during a train robbery the money is stolen and the pair must track down the outlaws through the hills of Arizona. The cast also features Nan Leslie and Jane Greer.