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Filmography by TV series for
Curly Bill Brocius (Character)
from Tombstone (1993)

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"Wild West Tech" (2 episodes)
  1. Law & Order Tech (15 February 2005)  
  2. Vices (18 October 2005)  
"The High Chaparral" (1 episode)
... aka "High Chaparral" - USA (alternative title)
  1. Shadow of the Wind (10 January 1969)  
"The Deputy" (1 episode)
  1. The Big Four (14 November 1959)  
"Tombstone Territory" (3 episodes)
  1. Gunslinger from Galeville (16 October 1957)  
  2. Ride Out at Noon (30 October 1957)  
  3. Skeleton Canyon Massacre (2 April 1958)  
"The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" (16 episodes)
  1. Take Back Your Town (4 December 1956)  
  2. Siege at Little Alamo (5 February 1957)  
  3. Beautiful Friendship (30 April 1957)  
  4. They Think They're Immortal (28 May 1957)  
  5. One-Man Army (7 January 1958)  
  6. The Peacemaker (23 September 1958)  
  7. Little Gray Home in the West (5 May 1959)  
  8. The Clantons' Family Row (8 December 1959)  
  9. Let's Hang Curly Bill (26 January 1960)  
  10. Wyatt's Bitterest Enemy (7 June 1960)  
  11. The Truth About Old Man Clanton (27 September 1960)  
  12. Until Proven Guilty (11 April 1961)  
  13. The Law Must Be Fair (2 May 1961)  
  14. Requiem for Old Man Clanton (30 May 1961)  
  15. Just Before the Battle (13 June 1961)  
  16. The Outlaws Cry Murder (27 June 1961)  
"Death Valley Days" (2 episodes)
... aka "Call of the West" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "The Pioneers" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "Trails West" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "Western Star Theater" - USA (syndication title)
  1. Death and Taxes (3 February 1955)  
  2. A Mule... Like the Army's Mule (5 October 1968)