"The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp"
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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
Year: 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Wyatt Earp Becomes a Marshal

6 September 1955
Initially resistant to becoming a lawman, Wyatt Earp has a change of heart after seeing the sheriff of Ellsworth, Kansas murdered in cold blood by the inebriated brother of town scourge Ben Thompson.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (as Mason Alan Dinehart III)

Richard Travis ... Mayor Vic Miller

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson
Marshall Bradford ... Judge Osbourne
Howard Wright ... Sheriff Whitney

Arthur Space ... Al Beebe
Hal Baylor ... Bill Thompson

Don C. Harvey ... George Beshar
Robert Spencer ... Worried Townsman

Dabbs Greer ... Marshal Crawford

Phil Chambers ... Pete Morgan

Ray Bennett ... Deputy (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Bartender (uncredited)
Paul Keast ... Cheated Poker Player (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Poker Player in Suit (uncredited)

Jack Mower ... Poker Spectator (uncredited)
Nick Nicholl ... Barfly (uncredited)
George Patay ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Mr. Earp Meets a Lady

13 September 1955
Earp jails Ben Thompson in the hope that his mentally unstable brother Bill will attempt a jailbreak, but the Marshal underestimates the misguided and naive ruthlessness of young Abbie Crandall, who is also determined to help Ben escape.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (as Mason Alan Dinehart III)

Richard Travis ... Judge Ed Miller

Gloria Talbott ... Abbie Crandall

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson
Hal Baylor ... Bill Thompson
Kem Dibbs ... Deputy Mike Teague

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Bartender (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Jim Richards (uncredited)

Zon Murray ... Street Brawler (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Bill Thompson Gives In

20 September 1955
Wyatt Earp's insistence on patiently stalking the Thompson brothers with a pair of Indian scouts (rather than a posse) doesn't set well with some influential Ellsworth citizens who demand immediate pursuit and capture of the two fugitives.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (as Mason Alan Dinehart III)

Richard Travis ... Judge Ed Miller

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson
Hal Baylor ... Bill Thompson
Kem Dibbs ... Deputy Mike Teague

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Robert Williams ... Sam Davitt (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Marshal Earp Meets General Lee

27 September 1955
A quick-tempered former Confederate officer with a grudge against Wyatt Earp threatens to assemble a mob and destroy Ellsworth if Wyatt is not immediately stripped of his badge and run out of town.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (as Mason Alan Dinehart III)

Richard Travis ... Judge Ed Miller

Steve Darrell ... Kirby Ramser
Emlen Davies ... Mrs. Mary Donagher
Kem Dibbs ... Deputy Mike Teague

Ralph Sanford ... Bartender Larsen

Bill Coontz ... Brawler (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Brawler (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Brawler (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Brawler (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Wyatt Earp Comes to Wichita

4 October 1955
Wyatt leaves Ellsworth and becomes the Marshall of Wichita. His first challenge is a group of local vigilantes so intent on hanging a local Faro dealer that they are concealing evidence that he was acting in self-defense.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

House Peters Jr. ... Dave Bennett
Collette Lyons ... Rowdy Kate (as Colette Lyons)

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

Keith Richards ... Slick Lonagan

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewitt

Paul Bryar ... Sheriff Todd
Mauryne Brent ... Mildred the Maid (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Clyde Howdy ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Frank Marlowe ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Lew Morphy ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Horseman (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... McCrady - Deputy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Mr. Brown - Bennett Associate (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Man Who Lied

11 October 1955
Bennett hires a gunman to shoot Earp who brags he has faced down Earp before. However, Earp doesn't know him so he suspects there is more to the gunman's story. After trying to determine who the gunman is, Earp decides he must face him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Rick Vallin ... Buff Yancy

House Peters Jr. ... Dave Bennett

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Gregg Barton ... Pete Gamill
Fred Sherman ... Tommy - The Tailor
Michael Ross ... Deputy Davis

Michael Vallon ... Graham - The Hotel Clerk

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gunman In Streets (uncredited)

Dennis Moore ... Man in Hotel (uncredited)
Lew Morphy ... Gunman in Streets (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gunman in Streets (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... McCrady - Deputy (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Gambler

18 October 1955
Earp is blamed for the back shooting of the saloon owner Bennett after exposing his crooked games. Earp is the only person to use copper jacketed bullets in Wichita which is what was dug out of the wounded Bennett's back.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
J.P. O'Donnell ... Melinda Carey

William Bryant ... Billy Joe Omahadro

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

House Peters Jr. ... Dave Bennett

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewitt

Robert Bray ... Deputy Sam Leggit
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Southerner (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Bennett's Bartender (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Crooked Roulette Dealer (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Killer

25 October 1955
After Earp kicks Bennett out of Wichita for a crooked Faro game, Bennett hires the killer Manon Clemens to kill Earp and have his cowboys tree the town. Earp uses trickery to defeat Clemens who kills Bennett for deceiving him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Lane Bradford ... Mannen Clemens

House Peters Jr. ... Dave Bennett

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Claire Carleton ... Laurie Castle

Robert Bray ... Deputy Sam Leggitt

Robert Bice ... 1st Man on Trail (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Man with Davidson (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Tom Davidson (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... 2nd Man on Trail (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Man Outside Saloon (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Dealer (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Mr. Hailey (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Barfly (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: John Wesley Hardin

1 November 1955
Jehn Wesley Hardin comes to Wichita to revenge Earp running his friend Clemens out of Wichita. Hardin has told his wife he is happy to leave and continue to Nebraska but he has several gun tricks one of which he plans to use on Earp.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Phillip Pine ... John Wesley Hardin
Barbara Bestar ... Mrs. Jane Hardin
Fred Sherman ... Tommy the Tailor

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett

Rodd Redwing ... Atwell

Robert Bray ... Deputy Sam Leggitt

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Asks Hardin to Do Gun Trick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Bank Robbers

8 November 1955
Wounded bank robber Clem Parker and his girl Bonnie Dawson want no part of Tarp Anders' brash gang of thieves, but Wyatt isn't sure whether to believe Bonnie's story that the Anders gang plans to rob the Union Bank without Parker.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Damian O'Flynn ... Doc Fabrique

Robert Lowery ... Clem Parker
Rita Lynn ... Bonnie Dawson

Leonard Penn ... Tarp Anders
Archie Butler ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Bank Clerk (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Mike (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Walt La Rue ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: King of the Cattle Trails

15 November 1955
Texan A.H. 'Shanghai' Pierce tries to use his money and influence to make Wichita an open town again by hiring a well known actress to get to Earp. Next, after a card game he tries offering Earp a partnership in the saloon he bought.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Roy Roberts ... A.H. 'Shanghai' Pierce

Lynne Roberts ... Alice Kennedy (as Lynn Roberts)

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy

Michael Vallon ... Sanders - Hotel Clerk

Kenne Duncan ... Davie - Pierce Foreman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Big Baby Contest

22 November 1955
Earp is pushed into being chairman of the Wichita baby contest run by the local women. When a broke, hungry woman with a baby arrives in Wichita, the doctor and Earp enter her in the contest but find a hidden rule may ruin their plans.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Jill Richards ... Jenny Smith

Mike Connors ... Pat Smith (as Touch Conners)

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Damian O'Flynn ... Doc Fabrique
Ella Ethridge ... Mrs. Edna Beiler
Helen Van Tuyl ... Mrs. Ruth Pelby (as Hellen Van Tuyl)
Nesdon Booth ... Joe - Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Michael Vallon ... Sam - Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Carleton Young ... Denver Jones (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Frontier Journalism was Fearless

29 November 1955
Local gamblers feeling pressure from Marshall Earp concoct a scheme to force the mayor of Wichita, Kansas to get rid of Marshal Earp. A fearless journalist backs Wyatt despite pressure from gambling interests.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Carol Stone ... Harriet Clanton
Fay Roope ... Colonel Josh Clanton

Paul Brinegar ... Jim Begley

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Damian O'Flynn ... Doc Fabrique

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett
Archie Butler ... Townsman Throwing Rocks (uncredited)

James Dime ... Townsman (uncredited)

Clark Howat ... Mayor Jim Hope (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman Throwing Rocks (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Deputy Marshal Sam (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Trail's End for a Cowboy

6 December 1955
An immature rancher's son forced to sell a herd at at a low price tries to make up the difference in a poker game while drunk and loses. Earp refuses to help since no law was broken so the son takes matters into his own hands.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Tommy Cook ... Brad Cullen

Morris Ankrum ... Old Man Cullen

Bob Steele ... Deputy Marshal Sam
Hal Gerard ... Hal, Gambler

George J. Lewis ... Cullen's Forman
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Tristram Coffin ... Foster, Gambler (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Cowhand (uncredited)
George Eldredge ... Santell - Cattle Buyer (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Checked Shirt Cowhand (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Havershim - Man Shot in Saloon (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Jud - The Bartender (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Rich Man's Son

13 December 1955
The young runaway son of a powerful railroad executive wants to become a gun-toting cowhand, but Wyatt manages to teach him some far more important lessons about honor and self-reliance.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lee Erickson ... Timmy Jones

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett

Roy Barcroft ... Big Tim Callahan

Clancy Cooper ... Becker
Ed Hinton ... Dean

Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Buggy Driver (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Deputy Sam (uncredited)

Michael Vallon ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Buntline Special

20 December 1955
A little man with a brash manner and a large gun visits Wichita hoping to interest Marshall Earp in joining a Wild West Show. He provides Earp with a new gun that becomes a Wyatt Earp trademark - his Buntline Special.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lloyd Corrigan ... Ned Buntline

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique (credit only)
Neyle Morrow ... Hal Clements
William Tannen ... Gyp Clements (as Bill Tannen)

Bob Steele ... Deputy Sam
Archie Butler ... James - Third Prisoner in Line (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... First Prisoner in Line (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Bartender (uncredited)

Dan White ... Wilkins - Second Prisoner in Line (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Ben Thompson Returns

27 December 1955
Earp has been using sanitary laws to close crooked saloons as Ben Thompson comes to Wichita to open one. Ben feels a debt of gratitude toward Earp but it causes problems as the rest of the saloon operators have men gunning for Earp.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Yvette Duguay ... Lolita Ryan (as Yvette Dugay)

James Seay ... Jack Finley

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett
Archie Butler ... Thompson's Hired Man (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Worker Cleaning Bar (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Thompson's Hired Man (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)

Dennis Moore ... Jim North (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Thompson Hired Man (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon ... Dave (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Marshal Earp Plays Cupid

3 January 1956
Earp takes an interest in Mamie Perkins but there is something amiss in the relationship even though his friends hope they marry. Earp learns she loves another man who needs Earp's protection from Fog MacMurray's gang of cattle rustlers.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Jan Shepard ... Mamie Perkins

Gordon Jones ... Big George Cannery
Damian O'Flynn ... Doc Fabrique

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Howard Negley ... Fog MacMurray

Bill Coontz ... MacMurray Henchman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... MacMurray Henchman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... MacMurray Henchman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... MacMurray Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Tad - Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Assassins

10 January 1956
Earp kicks a crooked gambler out of Wichita so three saloon owners decide they are tired of the pressure. They decide to hire two gunmen to assassinate Earp but he gets wind of the plot. Earp brings in some special outside help to stop it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lewis Martin ... James Brandywine

Larry J. Blake ... Collins

G. Pat Collins ... Tom Plummer

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Ray Montgomery ... Virgil Earp
Ray Boyle ... Morgan Earp (as Dirk London)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Harry Lauter ... Max Wiley (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

Hal Smith ... Bartender (uncredited)
Sheb Wooley ... Luke McGuire (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: A Wise Calf

17 January 1956
Bill Slocum is accused by Duke Wilson of rustling. They take him in Wichita with plans to lynch him outside town but Earp stops them. Slocum is put on trial while Earp does some investigation which produces a major surprise for the jury.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

William Henry ... Duke Wilson (as Bill Henry)

Tom Brown ... Bill Slocum

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett

G. Pat Collins ... Jeff Delaney

Rex Lease ... Tex
Marvin Press ... Shorty Beckett
Archie Butler ... Lynch Mob Member / Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Lynch Mob Member / Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Lynch Mob Member / Juror (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)

Tom London ... Moss Grimmick (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Lynch Mob Member / Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Lynch Mob Member / Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Lynch Mob Member / Juror (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Lynch Mob Member / Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Mr. Cousin and Mr. Brother

24 January 1956
Two Indians who have helped Earp previously, are being held by a renegade selling rifles to the Indians. They are in the Oklahoma Territory so the Army has asked Earp to go in as a US Marshal to rescue them. He does but as a doctor.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother
Steve Pendleton ... Calvary Captain Bentine

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Damian O'Flynn ... Doc Fabrique
George Bell ... Man Buying Medicine / Dagget Henchman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Man Delivering Medicine (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Man Buying Medicine / Dagget Henchman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Man Buying Medicine / Henchman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Dagget Henchman (uncredited)

Stuart Randall ... Hoss Dagget (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Man Buying Medicine / Dagget Henchman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Bribe

31 January 1956
Earp returns to Wichita to find a crooked gambler has been given a saloon license by his deputies. Murdock wants the license revoked as Earp's desk is found to contain a $300 bribe framing Earp who has to give up his Marshal badge.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Collette Lyons ... Rowdy Kate
Damian O'Flynn ... Keeno McGee
William Pullen ... Deputy Sam Renfro

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett
Tyler McVey ... Deputy Pete Dolgren
Archie Butler ... Bartender (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Mack - Bartender (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Courtroom Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Frontier Theatre

7 February 1956
Earp closes a show because the men attending are being ripped off by the girls in it. The owner wants to get even with Earp. He decides to attack the stars of a competing play hoping to trap Earp on his own terms but Earp has other plans.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mark Dana ... Robert Harlow
Angela Greene ... Mrs. Harlow
Fay Roope ... Older Actor

Glenn Strange ... Jeff Pruitt

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Joan Freeman ... Jeannie Harlow
Archie Butler ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Bartender (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Archie (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Audience Member / Pruitt Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Audience Member / Pruitt Henchman (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Old Drunk in Audience (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Killing at Cowskin Creek

14 February 1956
Big winners at the Keno House are being killed and robbed on the way back to the their camps. Earp is unsure if it is crooked casino owners or someone else doing it. A volunteer comes forward to solve it but Earp is then faced with a mob.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Frank Gerstle ... Whitey Rupp

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Henry Rowland ... Shorty Dawson
Robert Nichols ... Simp Sheldon
Mike Ragan ... Roy Blake

Alan Wells ... Jeff Burns

Bill Coontz ... Man at Cowboy Camp (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Man at Cowboy Camp (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Townsman (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Frankie the Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Man at Cowboy Camp (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Man at Cowboy Camp (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Englishman

21 February 1956
George Peschauer hates Earp and was kicked out of Ben Thompson's gang for his ruthlessness. He is trying to sell an Englishman a ranch loaded with rustled cattle but a nosy female hotel owner is trying to protect the likable Englishman.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Michael Emmet ... Rodney Evert
Julie Van Zandt ... Cora Gill

Don C. Harvey ... George Peschauer
Harrison Lewis ... Jed the Bartender

Tom Steele ... Drunk in Bar
Louise Arthur ... Mrs. Gill
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Henchman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Desperate Half-Hour

28 February 1956
The Kansas Kid is wanted by the Kingman Sjeriff for robbery, murder, and wounding one of his deputies. The Kid returns to his parents home where Earp arrests him. However, there is a question of his guilt and the intentions of the Sheriff.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Barry Truex ... Lonnie McVey

George Chandler ... John McVey
Elizabeth Harrower ... Martha McVey

Trevor Bardette ... Sheriff Charlie Osborn
Michael O'Connell ... Deputy
Gil Donaldson ... Deputy
Ken Christy ... Gentry (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Necktie Party

6 March 1956
Horses are being stolen around Wichita pushing the ranchers to want a necktie party. Their sights are set on a group of gypsies on Gus Cassen's property. Gus is an old friend of Earp who denies guilt but evidence forces his arrest for it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Peter Mamakos ... Gus Cassen
Lorna Thayer ... Anna Cassen

Mauritz Hugo ... Bud Creel
John Damler ... George Irons
Hal K. Dawson ... Casey

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock
Stanley Blystone ... Rancher (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy Shooting in Streets (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: One of Jesse's Gang

13 March 1956
A respected member of the community shoots a thief and is hailed as a hero. However, it is found that he himself is wanted for being in the James gang. Hs wife is coming to join him forcing Earp to arrest him when he hoped for a new start.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

John Craven ... Harry Drew / Dolan

Angie Dickinson ... Ann Drew

Grady Sutton ... Store Clerk
Stanley Blystone ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob J. Human ... Deputy Paul (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Eddie - The Bartender (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Pinkertons

20 March 1956
When a man is murdered in Wichita, Earp wants the Newton gang for it but Allen Pinkerton is interfering and more interested in recovering some stolen money. Due to Earp's actions, the Judge at Pinkerton's request takes Earp's badge.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Douglas Evans ... Allen Pinkerton
Tom Monroe ... Red Bascomb
Michael Garrett ... Egan

Richard Alexander ... Crummy Newton

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett
Stanley Blystone ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Newton Henchman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Mike - Pinkerton Agent (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Newton Henchman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Newton Henchman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Brick - Pinkerton Agent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Suffragette

27 March 1956
A suffragette invited to Wichita by Murdock's wife to give a speech is interrupted by men supporting Senator Teague who is against women voting. Earp is caught between both sides trying to control the dangerous fights between them.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Linda Stirling ... Joan Laramie
Howard Wendell ... Senator Mike Teague

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett
Stanley Blystone ... Townsman Sitting On Stage (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Barfly / Man at Meeting (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Townsman (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Brawler (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly / Man at Meeting (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Hunt the Man Down

3 April 1956
Earp is forced with the help of Mr. Cousin to go into the rough Bushwacker area to track down a man wanted for murder. The man says he is innocent and Earp begins to question his guilt when the man never attempts to kill him or Rr. Cousin.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Walter Reed ... Turner Ashby

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Carleton Young ... Denver Jones

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewett

Gregg Barton ... Farrell Gillam
Nesdon Booth ... Gus the Bartender (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Man with Beef (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The War of the Colonels

10 April 1956
Two ranchers have started a range war that is spilling into Wichita where innocent people could be killed. The granddaughter of one is involved plus she takes an interest in Earp. He is more concerned with a way to stop the war in Wichita.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Pamela Duncan ... Mary Ellen Fentress

Forrest Taylor ... Col. Fentress

Stanley Andrews ... Col. Jack Wade

Harry Harvey ... John H. Brodus
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie
Stanley Blystone ... Wade Gunman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Fentress Gunman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Fentress Gunman (uncredited)

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewitt (uncredited)

Bob J. Human ... Deputy Paul (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Wade Gunman (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Wade Gunman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Fentress Gunman (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Bartender (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Wade Gunman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Fentress Gunman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Wade Gunman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: Bat Masterson Again

17 April 1956
Earp learns Masterson has dropped out of school and is a scout for the Army. He is being threaten by the killer Sgt. King over a woman using Bat as leverage to keep King away. Earp tries unsuccessfully to talk Bat into leaving her.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (as Alan Dinehart III)

Jean Willes ... Amy Pelton (as Jean Willis)
Peter Adams ... Sgt. King
Steve Pendleton ... Cavalry Captain

Bob J. Human ... Deputy Paul (as Robert Human)
Archie Butler ... Archie - Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Doctor (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Wichita Is Civilized

18 August 1956
The Taylors open a café in Wichita but word that he is a cousin of criminal Mannon Clements causes strife for them and Earp who wants a peaceful town. When Taylor kills a man who threaten him, Earp has to prove Wichita has changed.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

John Doucette ... Orry Taylor

Carol Thurston ... Mildred Taylor
Damian O'Flynn ... Mannen Clements

Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock

Sam Flint ... Judge Jewitt
Stanley Blystone ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Brawler / Henchman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Ollie (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Brawler / Henchman (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Jack Mento (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman / Henchman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Brawler / Diner Patron (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Tommy - The Tailor (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Dodge City Gets a New Marshal

4 September 1956
Earp takes the job of Dodge City Marshal. He arrives to find the Sheriff and his deputy under siege and the men on Front Street trying to kill him. He breaks the siege followed by going after the ring leader of the Big T outfit.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Harry Tyler ... Pete Bradshaw

Nelson Leigh ... Mayor Hoover
Robert Fortier ... Sheriff Charlie Bassett (as Bob Fortier)
Don Kennedy ... Deputy Bill Tillman

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley
Archie Butler ... Main Street Gunman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Gunman at Shootout (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Gunman at Shootout (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Main Street Gunman (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Deputized Townsman (uncredited)
Lee Morgan ... Gus Andrews (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Main Street Gunman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Shooter in Window (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Gunman at Shootout (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputized Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Fight or Run

11 September 1956
The Big T outfit is angry with Earp's attempt to tame Dodge City so they decide to ambush him with the help of Jim Kelley. Earp is pushing for four new laws to control the town and he needs Kelley's vote to break the tie on them.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
Russ Bender ... Deacon (as Russell Bender)
Joseph Waring ... Pete
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Stanley Blystone ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman in Gunfight (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman in Gunfight (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Big T Man (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Town Councilman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Sparky - The Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Reb - Bar Worker (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Big T Man (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Town Councilman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Double Life of Dora Hand

18 September 1956
The dance hall run by Dora Hand is a constant site of trouble between the buffalo hunters and railroad workers. She is unable to control them drawing Earp and her friend Kelly into while she also is the lead singer in the church choir.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Margaret Hayes ... Dora Hand

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley
Tyler McVey ... Major Paxton
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Gil Perkins ... Railroad Worker in Brawl
Archie Butler ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Mr. Frome - Buffalo Hunter (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Buffalo Hunter in Brawl (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Clay Allison

25 September 1956
Pete Albright tries to hire gunfighter Clay Allison to kill Earp to open up Dodge City. Allison won't take money but is willing to kill Earp. He loads his own ammo to prevent bad loads so Earp plays on his drinking and fear to defeat him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Clay Allison
Charles Fredericks ... Pete Albright

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

Ralph Peters ... Soapy
Joyce Rogers ... Miss Jean
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Stanley Blystone ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Saloon Employee (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Wyatt's Love Affair

2 October 1956
The Judge's daughter has fallen for Earp but Earp realizes there is no future for them given his job. Neither Kelly or the Judge think it is wise for them to marry either. She sees what Earp is into when he takes on the top two ranches.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Nancy Hale ... Sally Fabian
Gordon Richards ... Judge Fabian
George Holmes ... Big Rance

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Charles Fredericks ... Pete Albright
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Rakle Henchman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Sullivan (uncredited)
Herb Vigran ... Bob Rakle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: A Quiet Day in Dodge City

9 October 1956
A newspaper man from New York comes to Dodge City to write about it expecting a wild and dangerous town. The town fathers are hoping for a $100,000 loan so Earp is trying to keep the town quiet but minor issues to the town keep occurring.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Brad Morrow ... Toby Cullen

Donald Curtis ... Jensen

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
Jean Harvey ... Sarah Cullen (as Jean G. Harvey)

Syd Saylor ... Frogface Perkins

Yvette Vickers ... Sally - Waitress

Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing ... Fire Chief (uncredited)
Augie Gomez ... Cheyenne Indian (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Councilman Mulford (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Cowboy (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Councilman Gale (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Almost Dead Cowhand

23 October 1956
Thad Milburn is fed up with being mistreated and cheated by people in Dodge City causing him to wound two people and take refuge in a warehouse. Earp decides to investigate what happened before he and his deputies take any rash action.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Chris Drake ... Thad Milburn (as Christian Drake)

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley
Camille Franklin ... Ginger
Ray Kellogg ... Tex Davis

Sam Flint ... Ruger
Michael Bryant ... Chalk Beeson
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Bartender (uncredited)
Wes Hudman ... Deputy Pete Dalgrin (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Reformation of Jim Kelley

30 October 1956
Dora is forcing Kelly to sell his saloon so Albright and McGuire see an opportunity to not only buy it but to get rid of Earp. McGuire buys the saloon with complicated paperwork planning to frame Earp as part owner of the saloon.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Margaret Hayes ... Dora Hand

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

Ralph Sanford ... Butch McGuire
Charles Fredericks ... Pete Albright

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Ralph Peters ... Soapie

Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Charlie (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Dealer (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowhand Running in Bar (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: So Long, Dora, So Long

13 November 1956
As Jim Kelly and Dora Hand prepare to wed, Jim Rellance from Texas hopes to marry the older Dora. Dora tells him to find a younger girl and Earp tells him to leave Dodge City. However, he returns but not with the impact he hoped for.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Margaret Hayes ... Dora Hand

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

Joe Turkel ... Bob Rellance (as Joseph Turkel)

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Archie Butler ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Party Guest / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)

Gregg Palmer ... Deputy Bill Tillman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Attorney (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Party Guest / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Bing Russell ... Sheriff Charlie Bassett (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Bat Masterson Wins His Star

20 November 1956
Bat returns to Dodge City on the stage with the lovely Nellie Wright hoping to earn a star. He quickly ends up in a gun fight and learns Nellie is part of an outlaw gang but she wants out. Bat soon finds himself a prisoner of the gang.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Kasey Rogers ... Nellie Wright
Charles H. Gray ... Lukens
Billy Nelson ... Mr. Sprague

Sam Flint ... Gruber

Harry Lauter ... Dave Pollack
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Larry J. Blake ... Mr. Kenton (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Henchman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Danny (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Baggage Man (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Lonesomest Man in the World

27 November 1956
New deputy Bat Masterson mistakenly shoots a drunk with an empty gun in the back to protect Hal. The man is critically wounded forcing Earp to wire for a surgeon from Fort Dodge while the man's family wants revenge by killing Bat.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Todd Jordan
Howard Negley ... Dad Jordan
Charles Martin ... Dr. McCarty
Michael Bryant ... Chalk Beeson

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover

Helen Gilbert ... Sharlene

Kenne Duncan ... Doctor Perkins
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Jordan Family Member (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Faro Dealer (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Take Back Your Town

4 December 1956
The George Morris gang tries to take over Dodge City while Earp and Sheriff Bassett are gone. They succeed but Bat escapes capture to catch Earp. The two decide to return to Dodge City alone but the odds against them are not promising.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Henry Rowland ... George Morris
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
Michael Bryant ... Chalk Beeson

Bob J. Human ... Deputy (as Robert Human)
George Barrows ... Henchman (uncredited)

John L. Cason ... Cell Guard (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Henchman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Henchman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Henchman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Hank - Man With Mayor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Nineteen Notches on His Gun

11 December 1956
The Dutch Henry gang is rustling cattle and killed ranch hands on some of the smaller ranches around Dodge City. Sheriff Bassett is sick and Deputy Tillman is gone so Earp and Bat decide to go undercover into the gang rather take a posse.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Gregg Barton ... Butch Henry

Rick Vallin ... Zach Newcombe
Robert Filmer ... Barrows
Jerry Sheldon ... Jim McCabe (as Jerome Sheldon)

Bill Coontz ... Bill (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Joe McGuinn ... Gang Member Killed by Newcombe (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Hanging Judge

18 December 1956
Earp is not happy with Judge Tobin's habit of being liberal with sentencing men to hang. When a dealer he suspects is innocent is given the sentence, Earp concocts a plot to give the Judge a dose of his own medicine hoping to change him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Lewis Charles ... Five Spot Finley

Don C. Harvey ... Pete Anders

Terry Frost ... Attorney Benton

Bill Coontz ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Hal Gerard ... Eph Morgan (uncredited)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Jim Lawrence (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Tom London ... Mr. Craig (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Earl - Dealer (uncredited)
Lee Rhodes ... Bingham (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Justice

25 December 1956
Two Cheyennes have been killed, which can start a new Indian war. The Cheyenne chief plans to attack Dodge City for revenge. Wyatt Earp has no other choice but bring the killers who were scratched by the Cheyenne woman to justice.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother
Kenneth Alton ... Chief Dull Knife

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover

Dan White ... Judge Norton (as Daniel M. White)
John Close ... Miller (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Little Wolf (uncredited)
Don Diamond ... Stevens (uncredited)
Charles Fredericks ... Pete Albright (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Townsman Yelling Indians (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman in Office (uncredited)

Rory Mallinson ... Kenton (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman in Office (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman in Office (uncredited)

Keith Richards ... Dort (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Mr. Jamison (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Harry (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Shootin' Woman

1 January 1957
Mrs. McGill resorts to guns to save their water and pasture for Hap Dorsett who she hopes will marry her daughter. Earp has warned her to call him instead but the situation becomes worse when people learn she has gold hidden on her farm.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Jane McGill
Carol Nugent ... Effie McGill
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Alan Wells ... Hap Dorsett
Bill Baucom ... Perkins (uncredited)
Paul Gary ... Lacey (uncredited)
Ed Hinton ... Billings (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Billings Gang Member (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Billings Gang Member (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Hogan (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Man Who Rode with Custer

8 January 1957
Earp is involved in the backlash from Custer's last battle when crooked Indian Agents come to Dodge City to blame the Army and Capt. Benteen for the loss. They hope to use Mr. Brother and Mr. Cousin as witnesses to bolster their story.it

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Steve Pendleton ... Capt. Benteen

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother

Mauritz Hugo ... Tom Elleridge
William Pullen ... Mr. Johnson
Bill Cassady ... Sergeant Malloy (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)
Emlen Davies ... Mrs. Benteen (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Henchman (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Henchman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly / Henchman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Wyatt and the Captain

15 January 1957
Earp arrests a drunk Sgt. Craig for killing an Indian in a Dodge City store. However, the Captain at Fort Dodge has other ideas about whether it is a crime for a soldier to kill an Indian. Earp finds himself fighting the Army for his man.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

James Seay ... Capt. Brooke
Ron Gans ... Sgt. Craig (as Ron Kennedy)
Robert Ellis ... Pvt. Crenshaw (as Bob Ellis)

Harry Harvey ... Mr. Whittle
John Damler ... Lt. Meade

Tristram Coffin ... Col. Grayson (as Tris Coffin)
Lyn Guild ... Squaw

Iron Eyes Cody ... Indian (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Soldier (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Witness for the Defense

22 January 1957
Ben Thompson returns as a dealer at a saloon outside Dodge City. When he is caught cheating, he engages in a gunfight with several hands from the Circle Bar ranch killing the foreman. Earp decides to unofficially help Ben by arresting him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson

William Henry ... Riggs Miller (as Bill Henry)
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Vici Raaf ... Marcia Duvall
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bill Coontz ... Circle Bar Cowhand (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Dooley (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Circle Bar Cowhand (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Circle Bar Cowhand (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Juror (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Buck (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Circle Bar Cowhand (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Sharpshooter

29 January 1957
George Morris is willing to pay $1500 to Rule Hawes who was a Tennessee sharpshooter to kill Earp. Hawes pays Morris's sister Mrs. Hamble to let him stay in her barn while he tries to kill Earp but Annie May Hamble has a crush on Bat.it

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Trevor Bardette ... Rule Hawes
Elizabeth Harrower ... Mrs. Hamble
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Annie May Hamble (as Susan Seaforth)

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Henry Rowland ... George Morris

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Deputy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Morris Henchman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Siege at Little Alamo

5 February 1957
Wells Fargo asks Earp to help stop holdups by Curly Bill Brocius' gang at the station called the Little Alamo. Earp has a plan to go there alone as a target but a female passenger on the stage does her best to ruin Earp's plan.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Peter Mamakos ... Mr. Eckart
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius
John Hiestand ... Mr. Jones
Jeanne Baird ... Daughter
Ella Ethridge ... Mother

Bill Coontz ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Tom Monroe ... Johnny Ringo (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Dunbar (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Stage Driver / Gang Member (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Gang Member (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Forrest Taylor ... Todd (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Vengeance Trail

12 February 1957
Earp receives word that Fred Colby has been released from prison. Earp has no knowledge of him so he fills in the blanks with info from Hal, others and old city records. Fred may be out for revenge for the killing of his brother Larry.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Jan Merlin ... Fred Colby
Charles Evans ... Jake Antrim
Jan Englund ... Joanne Antrim

Michael Vallon ... Old Mathew Watkins
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Leonard Penn ... Pete Burleigh

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Command Performance

19 February 1957
Buffalo Bill Cody and Ned Buntline bring a German Prince through Dodge City. They ask Earp to help fake a robbery to provide excitement for the Prince. He agrees but three outlaws unwittingly turn the incident into a real kidnapping.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lloyd Corrigan ... Ned Buntline
Ray Kellogg ... Buffalo Bill Cody
Steve Rowland ... Prince Karl
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Harry Fleer ... Horner

Bill Coontz ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Poker Game Spectator (uncredited)

Rex Lease ... Cagle (uncredited)

Zon Murray ... Mack (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Horseman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: They Hired Some Guns

26 February 1957
Two stage lines are competing over a single route with the feud turning into a gun battle in Dodge City as each side outbids the other for hired guns. Bat was thinking about joining until Earp points out the fight is turning serious.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Howard Wendell ... Mike Teague

Lane Chandler ... Dan Woodruff

Selmer Jackson ... Mayor Hoover
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Aline Towne ... Amelia Woodruff

Bill Coontz ... Gunman (uncredited)
Robert Keys ... Gunman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gunman (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Gunman (uncredited)
Art Millan ... Tom Pickett (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Frankie (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gunman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Gunman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Gunman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Bat Masterson for Sheriff

5 March 1957
Bat is running for sheriff at the urging of Earp but Bat is having trouble controlling his temper as his opponent tries to bait him into fights. Bat's girlfriend and her father, a Senator, push Bat to split with Earp but will Bat listen.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
James Lanphier ... Jerry Lanphere
Jean Howell ... Alma Drew
Butler Hixon ... Senator Drew
Joseph Waring ... Gunman

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Mr. Simpson (uncredited)

Syd Saylor ... Frog Face (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Hang 'Em High

12 March 1957
Bat is forced to hang Dal who he believes is innocent in 24 hours by a Judge in Ford County. Dal's girlfriend asks Earp for help but Dal refuses to defend himself. He has been framed by the White Cap vigilantes and Earp wants to stop them.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Darryl Hickman ... Dal Royal
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Carleton Young ... Judge Smith
Charles Fredericks ... Pete Albright
Toni Gerry ... Alice Hendricks
Archie Butler ... White Cap (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... White Cap (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... White Cap (uncredited)

Tom London ... Jigger (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Deputy at Hanging (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Hanging Spectator (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Man at Trial (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Man at Trial (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Hanging Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Vultures

19 March 1957
Two bounty hunters arrive in the Dodge City area looking a wanted man who has changed his life. They shoot him for a $1000 reward. Earp agrees to get their money but wants them out of town. However, they find easy pickings in Dodge City.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Stacy Harris ... Sam Rolfe

Lane Bradford ... Dave Ritchie

Mort Mills ... Sam Watts
Richard Avonde ... Lawrence Younger
Helen Warnow ... Allie Younger (as Helen Warno)
Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Brown (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Gordon B. Clarke ... Henry Brown (uncredited)

Lester Dorr ... Telegrapher (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cherokee Landrum ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom London ... Stableman (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Young Gun

26 March 1957
Brash eighteen year old Jimmy Craig arrives in Dodge City planning to be a deputy. However, he introduces himself to the town by trying to pick a gunfight with a man in a group teasing him about his age. Earp is insure how to handle him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Ralph Reed ... Jimmy Craig
Russ Bender ... Hanford Craig
Frank Fenton ... Ed Beatty
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cade - Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Ross ... Townsman with Cade (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The Nice Ones Always Die First

2 April 1957
Bat's brother Ed arrives in Dodge City broke and needing a job. Bat doesn't believe he has the ability to be a good lawman and doesn't want to hire him. Earp takes him on as a city deputy but soon learns Bat is right about Ed.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Brad Johnson ... Ed Masterson
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

John Cliff ... Jack Wagner

Zon Murray ... Alf Walker

Gary Gray ... The Kid (as Garv Gray)

Bill Coontz ... Brawler (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Drunk (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Brawler (uncredited)
John Mitchum ... Jake Stevens (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kelly Thordsen ... Dooley Grogan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Old Jake

9 April 1957
Earp spots old buffalo hunter Jake Caster in a saloon. Jake lives with the his wife's tribe, the Cheyenne. He tells Earp his wife is dead as he eyes some soldiers. When one of the soldiers is killed, trouble erupts and Earp suspects Jake.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Francis McDonald ... Jake Caster (as Francis J. McDonald)

Carol Thurston ... Mrs. McCafferty
Ewing Mitchell ... Colonel

George J. Lewis ... Sgt. Patrick McCafferty
Bob Cunningham ... Soldier (as Robert Cunningham)
Bill Catching ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Deputy (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Soldier (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Deputy (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Soldier (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ralph Peters ... Soapie (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Deputy (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Deputy (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Equalizer

16 April 1957
Kelley opens a hardware store with gunsmith Guns McCallum working for him. Guns is a short man with a short temper. When men pick on him, he likes to fight back so Earp and Kelley become worried when a gunfighter has an issue with him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Guns McCallum (as Elisha Cook)

Paul Brinegar ... Jim 'Dog' Kelley

John Pickard ... Johnny Ringold
Lynn Millan ... Martha McCallum (as Lynne Millan)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Wyatt Meets Doc Holliday

23 April 1957
Earp is looking for information on Mike Roarke at Shanssey's Camp where he finds Doc Holliday may be able to help. Doc refuses as he has his own agenda with Roarke. Kate Holliday arrives with news of Roarke and a plan to take Doc away.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Dr. John H. Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday
Don Diamond ... John Shanssey

John L. Cason ... Mike Roarke (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Richards ... Skunky Grimes (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Tim Riley (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: Beautiful Friendship

30 April 1957
The Judge, Bat, and Kelley want Earp to run Doc and Kate Holliday out of Dodge City but Earp doesn't want to as Doc saved his life and has committed no crime. After Doc wounds a man, Earp is forced to act as the two men study each other.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Henry Rowland ... George Morris
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Morris Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Hagney ... Cowboy Running Into Bar (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Deputy Mike (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Dennis Moore ... Mr. Loving (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Morris Henchman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: Dull Knife Strikes for Freedom

7 May 1957
Major Benteen asks Earp and Masterson to take a posse to cut off Chief Dull Knife and his Cheyenne tribe who left Oklahoma. Mr. Cousin and Mr. Brother ask Earp to try to intercede with Dull Knife putting Earp in a tough position.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Ian MacDonald ... Chief Dull Knife
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Paul Fierro ... Little Wolf
Steve Pendleton ... Major Benteen

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin
Alex Montoya ... Mr. Brother
Bill Cassady ... Corporal Jordan
George Baxter ... Judge (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Courtroom Spectator / Indian (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm ... Army Captain in Courtroom (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Indian (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Little Bear (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Deputy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Indian (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Gold Brick

14 May 1957
Doc buys a gold brick stolen from a stagecoach and tries to use it to prove the honest citizens of Dodge City are not so honest. Earp is forced to trace the various hands which have touched the gold but hits a road block recovering it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
George Eldredge ... Miles Lenihan
John Eldredge ... Homer Blythe

Glenn Strange ... Jenner
Harry Antrim ... Newt Hamilton (uncredited)
Stanley Clements ... Weasel Finnegan (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Bank Robber (uncredited)

Dee Cooper ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: The Wicked Widow

21 May 1957
A series of shootings near the home of Myra Malone, a dressmaker, and a warning to a rancher courting Myra forces Earp to investigate. He finds she is harboring a wanted woman who is a member of the Larson gang and dislikes northern law.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Gloria Saunders ... Myra Malone
Tom Palmer ... Ted Styles
Lyn Guild ... Nettie Barnes
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Paul Dubov ... Tobe Larson

Bill Coontz ... Missouri (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 38: They Think They're Immortal

28 May 1957
Morgan Earp, Wyatt's younger brother arrives in Dodge City wanting to be a deputy marshal with Wyatt. Wyatt believes it is too dangerous but pressure from Doc and Morgan proving his strong ability with guns forces Wyatt to reconsider.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Ray Boyle ... Morgan Earp (as Dirk London)

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley

John Pickard ... Johnny Ringgold
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bill Coontz ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Jim Perkins (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Big T Man (uncredited)
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Mr. Miller (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 39: The Time for All Good Men

4 June 1957
The owner of the Big T Rance Purcell and his foreman Gus Andrews trap Earp alone at Stony Wells. Earp outnumbered 30 to 1 is running out of water and ammo. Purcell wants Earp to suffer as several famous outlaws come together to help Earp.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson
Phillip Pine ... John Wesley Hardin
Mike Ragan ... Clay Allison
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Kem Dibbs ... Mannen Clements

Richard Devon ... Rance Purcell

Grant Withers ... Gus Andrews
X Brands ... Cowboy Warning Doc (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Big T Man (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Big T Man Shooting Flag (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Bartender / Big T Man (uncredited)

Kelly Thordsen ... Big T Man (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Call Me Your Honor

17 September 1957
Mayor Hoover declines to run for mayor, so Judge Tobin with Earp's support asks Jim Kelley to run against Slip Madigan. The key issue in the election is the retention of Earp as marshal. Earp decides to resign to ensure Kelley's election.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Ralph Sanford ... Slip Madigan

Rex Lease ... Hoke Smith
Archie Butler ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Steve Dunhill ... Marshal Dave Durrell (uncredited)
Robert Hinkle ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Committee Member (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon ... Madigan Supporter (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Cowboy (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Committee Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Big Bellyache

24 September 1957
Dr. Fabrique Wichita visits Earp hoping for a vacation fishing. With Dr. McCarty out of town he is forced to tend to cattle baron Shanghai Pierce's stomach ache at gunpoint. Dr. Fabrique isn't happy but things turn worse for him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique

Roy Roberts ... Shanghai Pierce
Darlene Fields ... Tessie

Kay E. Kuter ... Trask (as Kay Kuter)
Dale Van Sickel ... Durango

Bill Coontz ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Pierce Cowhand (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Pinkytown

1 October 1957
Doc stirs up trouble when he tells Miss Pinky Dodge City can't collect taxes from them as they aren't part of the city. Earp steps in and promises Miss Pinky a school if Pinkytown joins Dodge City but there isn't enough money.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Connie Gilchrist ... Pinky Tomlinson

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Lou Krugman ... Dan Searls

Bill Coontz ... Circle Star Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman Giving Donation (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Pinkytown Bartender (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Circle Star Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Town Councilman (uncredited)

Blackie Whiteford ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Shoot to Kill

8 October 1957
After shooting a peace officer in Texas the McAlester brothers Tom and Dave head to Dodge City to escape the Texas Rangers and to see Dave's girlfriend Ms. Lucy. Earp receives notice they are wanted his plan to minimize trouble backfires.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Tom McCallister (as Michael Healey)
Barbara Bestar ... Lucy King

Douglas Dick ... Dave McCallister
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Wells Fargo vs. Doc Holliday

15 October 1957
A wounded Wells Fargo stage driver says Doc Holliday and Skunky Groggin robbed the stage. Earp tracks them down playing poker and denying any involvement. Earp believes Doc but no one else does forcing Earp and Doc to prove his innocence.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Francis De Sales ... Mr. Pagett

Bill Coontz ... Grogan Gang Member (uncredited)
Ray Kellogg ... Foreman Clark (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Grogan Gang Member (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Sam Reinke - Stage Driver (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Grogan Gang Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Grogan Gang Member (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Grogan Gang Member (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Carleton Young ... Skulky Grogan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Warpath

22 October 1957
An Army officer is captured by Pawnee Indians who have left the reservation and bought faulty guns. The undercover officer is trying to find who is selling the guns. Earp has to rescue the officer but to do so must find the seller.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Donald Murphy ... Lt. Clark

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother

Monte Blue ... Brave Bull
Michael Carr ... Young Wolf

Bill Coontz ... Pawnee Indian (uncredited)

Ken Curtis ... Major Hendericks (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Pawnee Indian (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Worker Assembling Guns (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Pawnee Indian (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Worker Assembling Guns (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Worker Assembling Guns (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Pawnee Indian (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Hung Jury

29 October 1957
Judge Tobin wants fast justice when a close and highly respected friend is found shot dead with a man holding the gun passed out in front of him. The trial ends in a hung jury due to one man causing Earp to reconsider the case.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Jonathan Hole ... Heber Morse
Holly Harris ... Cathie Morse
Mark Dana ... Dan Bolton

Paul Bryar ... Reb Thomas
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Ned (uncredited)
Hal Gerard ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Juror (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Juror (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Juror (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Little Pistol

5 November 1957
Earp and Doc capture a very young female outlaw called Little Pistol while tracking a band who robbed Doc's saloon. She likes Earp but refuses to talk until Doc uses nitrous oxide to pull her impacted wisdom teeth causing her to open up.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday
Tina Thompson ... Susan Leonard

Glenn Strange ... One-Eye Milburn

Bill Coontz ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy Ted (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Wounded Saloon Waiter (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Dealer (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)
Glen Turnbull ... Rocky (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Magic Puddle

12 November 1957
Doc Holliday backs a couple who own land with an oil pit block access to it. Doc makes it into a medicine and sells it. However, the freighters are used to using the pit to grease their wheels resulting in gun fights over access to it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Freeman Morse ... Milt Durkin
Aline Towne ... Jenny Durkin

Chet Brandenburg ... Muleskinner (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Phil Chambers ... Pat Dunn (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Muleskinner (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Muleskinner (uncredited)

William Hudson ... Dr. McCarty (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Muleskinner (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Ducey (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Donaldson (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Muleskinner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Mr. Buntline's Vacation

19 November 1957
Ned Buntline arrives in Dodge City broke looking for help from Earp who is happy to help in return for the Buntline special. Buntline needs a good story so when an undercover military officer arrives, Buntline might have a good one.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lloyd Corrigan ... Ned Buntline

Robert Lowery ... Vincent Slade

Jim Bannon ... Lt. Charles Wharton
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
X Brands ... Deputy Ted (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Outlaw (uncredited)

Fred Graham ... Mel (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Stableman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Outlaw (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Fortitude

26 November 1957
Earp is invited to speak at the Cattlemen's Convention at the Dodge City Opera House. A source tells Kate Holliday that it is a setup by Texas cattlemen to kill Earp. Earp foils the first attempt but he is still pressured to attend.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

William Henry ... Lon Ashby (as Bill Henry)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Walter Bacon ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Association Member (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Curley (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Association Member (uncredited)

Virginia Dale ... Gertie (uncredited)
Lawrence Dobkin ... Clint Collins (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Gunman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Association Member (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Allen (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Gunman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Regan (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Association Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Pete Spence (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Good and Perfect Gift

3 December 1957
A youngster who idolizes Doc Holliday wants to be like him forcing Earp and the Hollidays to try to change him. After the boy shoots his father in self-defense, they learn he has consumption - like Doc who tries to win money to treat him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday
Tiger Fafara ... Benny Burkett
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Grant Richards ... Luke Short

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Long Branch Dealer (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Townsman Earp Punches (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Indian Wife

10 December 1957
When a man insults and is shot by the Indian wife of a white man, Earp is forced intercede between the couple and her father Chief Two Moon. The wife and son have returned to her tribe hoping to prevent further trouble with the law.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Carol Thurston ... Laura Melaney
Richard Garland ... Dick Melaney

Lane Bradford ... Two Moon
Sheb Wooley ... Rex Jones

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Woman Trouble

17 December 1957
A group of thieves posing as True Lighter missionaries are stopped outside Dodge City. The leader wants Jennie Brandt to court Earp to learn the time of a Wells Fargo gold shipment. She reluctantly does the job but falls for Earp doing it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Nancy Hadley ... Jennie Brandt
John Hiestand ... Brother Dolph
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Rex Lease ... Brother William (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Charlie - Shotgun Rider (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Shadow of a Man

24 December 1957
While away for the day helping Sheriff Masterson, Earp appoints Hal Norton as his Chief Deputy. Hal is forced to confront several problems while Earp is gone. He recalls how Earp would act in similar cases in deciding on what to do.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
James Douglas ... Danny Kirk
Sally Fraser ... Pauline

George J. Lewis ... Dave Williams

Chet Brandenburg ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bartender Mike (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy Louie (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Barfly (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)
Kathleen O'Malley ... Doreen (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Witness (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Snakey W Cowhand (uncredited)

Dan White ... Witness (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Bad Woman

31 December 1957
A bank robbery in Dodge City is foiled by the citizens while Earp is away. Earp knows the gang is lead by the sister of one of the wounded robbers. Earp arrests the sister but she turns the tables on Earp accusing him of attacking her.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Fay Baker ... Marie Burden

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Don Hayden ... Dan Burden
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Chris Drake ... Lance Morfit (as Christian Drake)

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
X Brands ... Deputy (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Bank Robber / Hotel Guest (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Bartender (uncredited)

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Bank Robber / Messenger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: One-Man Army

7 January 1958
Texan Drum Denman goes after northerner Earp by backing a free newspaper to print false stories about Earp trying to draw him out of Dodge City. His second story says Earp is having an affair with the minister's teenage daughter.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Robert Anderson ... Drum Denman (as Bob Anderson)

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius (as Bill Phipps)
Donald Murphy ... Johnny Ringgold

Mauritz Hugo ... Zinner
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Chet Brandenburg ... Henchman (uncredited)
Ken Christy ... Inky Callum (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)
Sue George ... Sally Davis (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)

Rory Mallinson ... Henchman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The General's Lady

14 January 1958
Custer's widow is worried about an upcoming hearing on Major Reno's actions during Custer's last stand. A civilian scout for Reno at the battle is trying to blackmail her. They meet at Dodge City where Earp tries to intercede and help her.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Dorothy Green ... Elizabeth Bacon Custer
Bob Hopkins ... Chris Hendon
Joseph Vitale ... Chief Wolf Head

Bing Russell ... Sergeant Turner

John Goddard ... Corporal Mills

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
X Brands ... Deputy Ted (uncredited)
Robert Carson ... Colonel Benteen (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Officer at Meeting (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Officer at Meeting (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Clark (uncredited)
Freeman Lusk ... Captain (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Manly Art

21 January 1958
A boxing promoter comes to Dodge City challenging men to fight "Champ" Starbuck for money. Local businessman Moresby is willing to pay the promoter $500 if the "Champ" fights Earp and severely injures him while a youngster wants a chance.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Tom Brown ... Frank Burroughs

Morgan Woodward ... Starbuck
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Ron Hagerthy ... Bob Fitzsimmons
Ed Hinton ... Moresby
George Barrows ... 2nd Challenger (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Terry Frost ... Moresby Associate (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Boxing Timekeeper #1 (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Frank Richards ... Moresby Associate (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... 1st Challenger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Sweet Revenge

28 January 1958
The widow Mrs. Phillips sparks interest from Earp. At the same time a convict Earp sent to prison escapes the chain gang and heads for Dodge City for revenge. Earp is conflicted on whether it is safe to take her out while the con is loose.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Marjorie Owens ... Barbara Phillips / Barbara Clements
Robert Patten ... Deputy Tom Hogan

William Challee ... Lou Dundee
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Pierce Lyden ... Deputy (uncredited)
John Marshall ... Wallace (uncredited)
Harry Seymour ... Telegrapher (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Imitation Jesse James

4 February 1958
A bandit is striking the stagecoach near Dodge City. Based on his description Earp and Hal are sure it is the imitation Jesse James who has never been convicted. When he is spotted in Dodge City, he is arrested but once again he is freed.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Keith Richards ... Henry Harrison Hammer

Sam Flint ... Limestone Parker

Larry J. Blake ... Dusty Wilson (as Larry Blake)
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Bud Osborne ... Sam Landale

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Bartender (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Banker Sloan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Kansas Lily

11 February 1958
Lily Reeve known as the Kansas Lily arrives in Dodge City. After pulling a gun while gambling, she is arrested by Earp while Bat thinks she is a nice innocent lady. Neither man's opinion about her proves to be the truth as events unfold.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Peggy Knudsen ... Lilly Reeve
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk

Zon Murray ... Gus Loring

Bill Coontz ... Stableman (uncredited)
Craig Duncan ... Nate (uncredited)

Kenne Duncan ... Duecey Miller (uncredited)
George Eldredge ... Cap Jamison (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Joe McGuinn ... Mr. Driscoll (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Oklahoma (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Wyatt Earp Rides Shotgun

18 February 1958
Earp is asked by Wells Fargo to ride shotgun to help catch the Purvis gang. Earp agrees with conditions including a posse to follow the state but a grandmother complicates the situation when she refuses to wait for a later stage.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Isabel Randolph ... Grandma Wilkins
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Harry Fleer ... Tom Russell
Tom Monroe ... Dan Purvis
Bill Catching ... Hankum (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Purvis Gang Member (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Purvis Gang Member (uncredited)
Don Kennedy ... Sam Price (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Purvis Gang Member (uncredited)

Tom London ... Lee Clayton (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Station Agent (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Milt Caney (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Man Being Jailed (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Purvis Gang Member (uncredited)
Will J. White ... Ned Hilling (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Wyatt Fights

25 February 1958
Earp is caught in the middle between two saloon owners who want to force the owners of the Long Branch Saloon out and take it over. Earp wants to use peaceful methods to control the situation but that will force the truth into the open.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Grant Richards ... Luke Short
Charles Tannen ... Al de Graff
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Anthony Eustrel ... Miles Dunbar
X Brands ... Deputy Ted (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Saloon Owner (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy Louie (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Leonard Penn ... Jim Cockrell (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Roustabout (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Long Branch Dealer (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Saloon Owner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Ballad and Truth

4 March 1958
Earp has to contend with the fallout and fights caused by the tall tales told by railroad engineer Tex McKay who has a desire for speed. His false accusation forces Earp to arrest Mike Denby for causing a railroad derailment.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Henry Rowland ... Tex McKay
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Mike Ragan ... Mike Denby
Tyler McVey ... Bates

Ralph Sanford ... Whitty

Frank Wilcox ... Les Piersall
George Baxter ... Judge Wilson (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Charles Horvath ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Joe - Denby Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Piersall Foreman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: The Schoolteacher

11 March 1958
The stage arrives with the driver shot and $5000 of new silver dollar coins stolen. The driver gives Earp details about the robbery but they turn out to be false. Upon his return Earp finds the driver shot dead at the doctor's office.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Rachel Ames ... Miss Nancy (as Judith Ames)
Bill Cassady ... Dr. McCarty

Rico Alaniz ... Esteban Morango
Genie Coree ... Maria (as Virginia Coré)

Douglas Dick ... Billy Hanley

William Bryant ... Ed Watkins (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: When Sherman Marched Through Kansas

18 March 1958
When word spreads through Dodge City that General Sherman would be making a stop there, havoc breaks out for Earp. Newspaper reporters, ex-Confederates, ex-Union soldiers, Indain lovers, and the local politicians all have their own plans.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Thayer Roberts ... General Sherman
Sally Hughes ... Sophie Hanson

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Don Beddoe ... Arthur Ashburton
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton

Pierre Watkin ... Colonel Bankhead (as Pierre Watkins)
George Barrows ... Murphy (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Damler ... Sam - Globe Editor (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... Jim Bates (uncredited)
Brad Morrow ... Link Hanson (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Bartender (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Alex Sharp ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman with Rifle (uncredited)
Harlan Warde ... Wendell (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Sherman's Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Big Brother Virgil

25 March 1958
A divorced woman working the mayor's office and a childhood friend of the Earps, has Virgil Earp arriving to protect Wyatt from her. Her boyfriend's family is not so sure they want her in their family but are jealous of Bat and Wyatt.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Ross Elliott ... Virgil Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Michael Emmet ... Larry Herrick
Marc Platt ... Mel Herrick

Ian MacDonald ... Webb Herrick
Joanna Heyes ... Susan Dodd
Archie Butler ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly Reaching for Gun (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Shotgun Rider (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Smith - Drunken Cowboy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: It Had to Happen

1 April 1958
After Bat's shirt sleeve is hit by a bullet from a gunman Earp had hit in the shoulder, Mayor Kelley tell Earp he must shoot to kill. Earp is later forced to kill a man which causes him to have second thoughts about his job.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Alan Wells ... George Hoyt

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Marjorie Stapp ... Daisy
Bill Cassady ... Dr. McCarty

Harry Tyler ... Bowen

Jack Mulhall ... Man Hiring Hoyt

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
X Brands ... Deputy Ted (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Bank Robber (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)
Hal Gerard ... 1st Man Hiring Hoyt (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Undertaker (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Diamond T Cowhand (uncredited)

Rory Mallinson ... Mr. Adams (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy Louie (uncredited)
Howard Negley ... Tom Leonard (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Diamond T Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Bartender (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Al Wyatt Sr. ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: County Seat War

8 April 1958
The Army is pulling out of Fort Dodge leaving the civilians there with no future. They decide to be the county seat for Ford County instead of Dodge City. They try to steal the election on the decision and it is up to Earp to stop them.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Carolyn Craig ... Edna Granger (as Caroline Craig)
Howard Wendell ... Tarkey Granger
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman Monitoring Ballots (uncredited)
John Barton ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Big T Man (uncredited)

John L. Cason ... Smiley Dunbar (uncredited)
Duane Grey ... Dave Rickert (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Soldier Posting Notice (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman Monitoring Ballots (uncredited)

Ralph Peters ... Honky (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Big T Man (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Judge Franklin (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Fort Dodge Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Big T Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: One

15 April 1958
After his friends Mr. Cousin is wounded and Mr. Brother is killed, Earp goes after the people who did it. He learns they are the four members of the Dry Gulch Gang who attacked a supply train for the Cheyenne Indian reservation.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Tommy Cook ... Will Dade

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin
Bill Cassady ... Dr. McCarty

Stuart Randall ... Rufe Prentice
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Hal Baylor ... Sam Wilson

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Carr ... Young Wolf (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Walter Maslow ... Dick Averill (uncredited)

Jack Mulhall ... Bates (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Cookie (uncredited)

Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: The Underdog

22 April 1958
A local girl wants to marry a painter but her family is against it. The painter was told by Buntline to ask Earp for help. He wants to learn to fight but Earp refuses but the returning Doc Holliday helps the man because he likes his work.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday (as Michael Healey)

Peggy Stewart ... Etta Jackson
Brad Johnson ... Hurley Abbott

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Fay Roope ... George Jackson
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

John Cliff ... Dick Jackson (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Jackson Cowhand (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Skunky Biggett (uncredited)
Robert Malcolm ... Bartender (uncredited)

Dennis Moore ... Hugh Jackson (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Jackson Cowhand (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Jackson Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: Two

29 April 1958
Earp and Bat leave Dodge City to go after the remaining three members of the Dry Gulcher Gang who killed Mr. Brother. They find them but a shave tail Army Lieutenant interferes with their capture of one them impersonating an Army corporal.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Michael Carr ... Young Wolf

Jim Bannon ... Sergeant
Walter Maslow ... Dick Averill

Stuart Randall ... Rufe Prentice

Tommy Cook ... Will Dade
Warren Douglas ... Lt. Gerald Mathy
Hal Baylor ... Sam Wilson

Bill Coontz ... Outlaw at Camp (uncredited)
John Damler ... Drango (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Cavalry Soldier (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Outlaw at Camp (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Outlaw at Camp (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Outlaw at Camp (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: Doc Holliday Rewrites History

6 May 1958
A man arrives in Dodge City professing to write histories of locations. Doc Holliday decides to use him to stir up Dodge City. The man takes the photographs but Doc is to write the actual histories. Earp smells a plan to create a riot.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday (as Michael Healey)

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Henry Rowland ... George Morris
Robert Nichols ... Prof. O.B. Jordan
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton
Harry Antrim ... Tom Hanson (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Williams Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Mike (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Williams (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: Three

13 May 1958
Two killers of the Dry Gulcher Gang have been eliminated but two are still at large. Wyatt will get them at any cost. To this end he leaves for Texas and goes on pursuing them, with the support of some local Texas Rangers.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Captain Langley

Stuart Randall ... Rufe Prentice
Hal Baylor ... Sam Wilson

Tommy Cook ... Will Dade
Michael Carr ... Young Wolf

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Dehl Berti ... Gus (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Texas Ranger (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Ambusher (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Texas Ranger (uncredited)
Walter Maslow ... Dick Averill (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Ambusher (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Ambusher (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Bracos Tavern Proprietor (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 36: Dig a Grave for Ben Thompson

20 May 1958
Ben Thompson sneaks back into Dodge City bringing trouble and two women who were both promised marriage by him. Earp becomes entangled in the problem when he is caught with both women fighting in his hotel room while Doc finds a solution.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday (as Michael Healey)

Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson

Adele Mara ... Rita Morales
Lorna Thayer ... Jenny McCabe

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Paul Fierro ... Valdez (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Mike (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman Getting Wyatt (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Charlie Patton (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 37: Four

27 May 1958
Now in the heart of Texas, Earp is about to find the last survivor of the Dry Gulcher gang, who killed his Indian friend. But his task happens to be even tougher than expected, for the bandit is protected by a rancher and his daughter.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Trevor Bardette ... Crump Elliott

Shirley Patterson ... Blanche Elliott (as Shawn Smith)

Stuart Randall ... Rufe Prentice
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson
Michael Carr ... Young Wolf

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin
Bill Catching ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Ewing Mitchell ... Doctor (uncredited)

Zon Murray ... Andy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 38: The Frame-Up

3 June 1958
An enemy of Earp's puts a plan together to frame Earp for stealing money from the railroad hoping to eliminate him. Doc Holliday intervenes when he sees some men in town he doesn't trust. Doc stretches the law as the plan nearly succeeds.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday (as Michael Healey)

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

John Hubbard ... Tim Maxwell

Peter Mamakos ... Cy Johnson

Gregg Barton ... Red Smith (uncredited)
Paul E. Burns ... Dooley Dolan (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Willie Black (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Al Wyatt Sr. ... Linders (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 39: My Husband

10 June 1958
Earp's friends try to dissuade him from being friends with Doc Holliday as it is ruining his reputation. At the same time Doc has been playing cards with Snaky Gratton. When Snaky's gang guns down five men, the issue of Doc blows up.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday (as Michael Healey)
Carol Stone ... Kate Holliday

Paul Brinegar ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Carleton Young ... Snakey Gratton

Bill Coontz ... Henchman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Deputy (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)
Billy Nelson ... Masterson Deputy (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Henchman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Ambushed Gang Member (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Muggins (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Deputy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Henchman (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Deputy Hal Norton (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Masterson Deputy (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Hole Up

16 September 1958
Wells Fargo asks Earp to go undercover into the badlands to capture Blackie Saunders wanted for a robbery and murder. Earp agrees to go as a man blamed for Blackie's crime. He finds the outlaw hangout and a solitary neighbor he must fight.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Walter Maslow ... Blackie Saunders

William Henry ... Steve Logan (as Bill Henry)
Dehl Berti ... Skittles
Bill Catching ... Outlaw (uncredited)

Lane Chandler ... Outlaw (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... J.T. Calvin (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Outlaw (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Outlaw (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Peacemaker

23 September 1958
While Earp is out of town bringing in Blackie Saunders against Kelley's orders, Curly and Ringgold take over Dodge City forcing Kelley to fire Earp and pay a ransom of $20,000 to prevent them from burning the city to the ground.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Walter Maslow ... Blackie Saunders

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
William Phipps ... Curly Bill Brocius
Donald Murphy ... Johnny Ringo

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin (uncredited)
Bill Baucom ... Banker (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Frank Hagney ... Bartender (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Bounty Killer

30 September 1958
Col. Benteen asks Earp to help with a string of murders in the outlaw area called Robber's Roost. The victims are small time rustlers who also own small ranches. Earp agrees to investigate and finds himself working with outlaws.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Trevor Bardette ... Elzie Rash
Jean Harvey ... Emma Rash (as Jean G. Harvey)

Roy Barcroft ... Mitch Moyer
Steve Pendleton ... Colonel Benteen
Hal Baylor ... Jeb Callum
Jimmy Noel ... Moyer Cowhand (as James Noel)

Chet Brandenburg ... Moyer Cowhand (uncredited)
Ashley Cowan ... Bill Hicks (uncredited)

Kenne Duncan ... Kendall (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Rider With Callum (uncredited)
Fred McDougall ... Moyer Cowhand (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Rider With Callum (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Caught by a Whisker

7 October 1958
Two half-brothers decide to try a new scheme by themselves to rob the Dodge City State National Bank. However, a new alarm bell in the bank and a wise Earp expecting them pose problems for the men successfully getting away.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Paul Dubov ... Matt Dunbar
Chris Drake ... Clint Dunbar (as Christian Drake)

Lester Dorr ... Hotel Clerk
Hal Thompson ... Cummings (as Hal H. Thompson)

Sam Flint ... Stableman
Leonard P. Geer ... Man Installing Alarm (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Bank Clerk (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Paul McGuire ... Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Mysterious Cowhand

14 October 1958
After Earp's cousin is killed with a knife, Earp decides to go alone to Texas disguised as a cowhand to find the killer. He finds work on a cattle drive riding drag. Things become dicey when the trail boss appears to be involved.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Don C. Harvey ... Jumbo

Robert Anderson ... Tim Corkle
Frank J. Scannell ... Cookie (as Frank Scannell)

John Goddard ... Sam
Burt Nelson ... Red

Tom London ... Nate Strathearn (credit only)
Fred Coby ... Circle Diamond Cowhand (uncredited)
Craig Duncan ... Freighter (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Freighter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Gatling Gun

21 October 1958
General Sherman asks Earp to intervene with the Nez Perce tribe and Chief Joseph about reclaiming a Gatling gun stolen by Nez Perce. Earp and Mr. Cousin head west to contact Chief Joseph but a militia made up of land grabbers stop them.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Richard Garland ... Chief Joseph
Charles Fredericks ... Col. Mike Dunphy

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

James Seay ... Maj. Joe Hanley
William Pullen ... Captain Stewart
Jack Parker ... Soldier

Chet Brandenburg ... Militia Member (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Militia Member (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Militia Member (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Cattle Thieves

28 October 1958
Earp and Judge Tobin are forced to enforce a rustling law they think is too strict. A group of five ranchers have filed a complaint against another rancher but all of them have been guilty. Even Shotgun Gibbs is accused of stealing Roscoe.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Dorothy Green ... Emily Morrison

John Hubbard ... Mel Doniher
Tom Palmer ... Rep Cantwell (as Thomas Palmer)

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin

Chet Brandenburg ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Rex Lease ... Rance (uncredited)
Wayne Mallory ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Cowhand (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Remittance Man

4 November 1958
Jonathan Milton is an outcast from England living in Dodge City on a inherited remittance. His changing mood is related to $500 he owes gambler George Cantwell made worse when his girlfriend steals the money trying to help him.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Michael Emmet ... Jonathan Milton

Rachel Ames ... Doris Burns (as Judith Ames)
Jonathan Hole ... Nathaniel Cooker
Douglas Evans ... George Cantell
Howard Wendell ... Henry Dart

Chet Brandenburg ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Bartender (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Barfly (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick (uncredited)

Blackie Whiteford ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: King of the Frontier

11 November 1958
Ned Buntline arrives in Dodge City after writing a book naming Earp King of the Frontier. The book says Earp can beat any cowboy so a rancher bets Buntline that Earp can't beat his men but Buntline assumes the duel is not part of the bet.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Lloyd Corrigan ... Ned Buntline

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Grant Withers ... Miles Breck

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley
Harry Fleer ... Gormley

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Truth About Gunfighting

18 November 1958
A ranch owner wants the man his daughter wants to marry to be his foreman but the man wants everyone to know he earned it. He goes to Dodge City where he finds himself in in a gunfight and under pressure from the other hands on the ranch.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Ralph Reed ... Mitch Hallam

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Carolyn Craig ... Janey Travis
Larry Thor ... Mr. Travis

Jim Bannon ... Cactus Lanigan (as James Bannon)
Brett King ... Conroy

Terry Frost ... Hollister

Pierce Lyden ... Markum

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Crooked Dealer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Frontier Woman

25 November 1958
Earp receives a report of a wagon attacked by renegades. A group of freighters found them but were acting funny. Earp goes alone to investigate finding the freighters leaving two graves behind as he finds sign of a woman still alive.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Jean Howell ... Martha Hildreth
Tom Monroe ... Jed Carney

Carleton Young ... Swede Olson

Virginia Dale ... Mrs. Hildreth
Don Dillaway ... Mr. Hildreth

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Ed Hinton ... Carney Henchman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Carney Henchman (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Carney Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Carney Henchman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Carney Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Santa Fe War

2 December 1958
Earp is asked by the Santa Fe railroad to investigate a war over land ownership between the Finneys and Graingers in Finney County. Earp agrees to go finding himself in the middle of a war between the Graingers and the Finney organization.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Don Haggerty ... Deacon Sam Burns
John C. Becher ... Sheriff Ben Johnson
Marshall Bradford ... Judge Prentiss
Tyler McVey ... Dan Christy

Chet Brandenburg ... Granger (uncredited)

Dee Cooper ... Granger (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Granger (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Granger (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Granger (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Granger (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Plague Carrier

9 December 1958
Earp meets a man on the stage that treats an injured couple after a collision. Earp and Dr. McCarty who is impressed by the man's work urge him to open a practice in Dodge City but when smallpox breaks out they learn he isn't licensed.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Phillip Pine ... Dr. Carl McDowell
Bill Cassady ... Dr. McCarty
Russ Bender ... Lem Evans

Virginia Christine ... Martha Evans

Larry J. Blake ... Stagecoach Passenger (as Larry Blake)

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Jimmy (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Kill the Editor

16 December 1958
A new editor is brought in to take over the Globe Times newspaper which has been under attack in Dodge City. Earp soon finds himself accused of murdering the female owner of a saloon with a Globe reporter rounding up witnesses to prove it.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Robert Patten ... Jim Murdock
Mark Dana ... Cal McDavid

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley

Claire Carleton ... Sally Bascom

G. Pat Collins ... Bartender

Kenne Duncan ... Caldwell
Lyn Guild ... Saloon Girl Getting Earp
Brick Sullivan ... Deputy Brick
Gil Perkins ... Man Warning about Doc

Grace Lee Whitney ... Saloon Girl (as Ruth Whitney)
Gordon Armitage ... Mob Member

Wag Blesing ... Townsman (uncredited)
Albert Cavens ... Printer (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Printer (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Gunman Backed Into Saloon (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman Reading Newspaper (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Saloon Dealer (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Little Brother

23 December 1958
The stage Morgan Earp is riding on is held up. Morgan recognizes one of the bandits Smiley Dunlap as a friend of Doc Holliday. When Morgan arrives in Dodge City, Doc asks Morgan to keep the news from Wyatt as they try to find Smiley.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Ray Boyle ... Morgan Earp (as Dirk London)

John Doucette ... Smiley Dunlap
Lyn Guild ... Marge

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday
Collette Lyons ... Kate Holliday

Orville Sherman ... Sam Christie
Joseph Waring ... Greg Norton

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
George Barrows ... Man Informing on Smiley (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Doug Millon (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Strandridge (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Steve Griggs (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Frankie (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon ... Bar-X Cook (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Sam - Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: The Reformation of Doc Holliday

30 December 1958
Doc Holliday is very sick with his wife Kate threatening to leave him since he won't follow anyone's instructions to get better. Earp convinces him he should reform to keep Kate. The reformed Doc with no liquor and guns keeps Earp busy.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Collette Lyons ... Kate Holliday
Nancy Hadley ... Marci Stebbins
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
Don Hayden ... Ralph Stebbins

Richard Devon ... Dan Leving
Bill Cassady ... Dr. McCarty

Ralph Sanford ... Mayor Jim Kelley
George Baxter ... Colonel MacGruder

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Gunman (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Saloon Dealer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: A Good Man

6 January 1959
A reformed gambler Tittle comes to Dodge City preaching against gambling and the devil. In this case the devil is the saloon owner Ganly who wants Tittle removed by any means forcing Earp to intervene when Tittle preaches in his saloon.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Denver Pyle ... Rev. Oliver Tittle
Frank Gerstle ... Ganly

Glenn Strange ... Barfly

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Bartender (uncredited)
Robert F. Hoy ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Death for a Stolen Horse

13 January 1959
Joe Riva is nearly lynched by Pete Hendell for horse stealing which is the punishment in Kansas. Earp stops the lynching and believes Riva is innocent. Doc who knows Riva decides a different type of punishment is needed to make a point.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Myron Healey ... Doc Holliday

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Rico Alaniz ... Joe Riva

Carol Thurston ... Helen Riva
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin
John Milford ... Pete Bendell
Howard Negley ... Mr. Creevey

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Townsman (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Bar-W Man (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Bar-W Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Bar-W Man (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Bar-W Man (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Last Stand at Smoky Hill

20 January 1959
Bat leads a group of old buffalo hunters on a buffalo hunt believing huge herds have returned. Earp doesn't believe it but when he learns the Apache have left their reservation to hunt them, he and Mr. Cousin attempt to warn the group.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Mason Alan Dinehart ... Bat Masterson

Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin

John Vivyan ... Horace Collins

I. Stanford Jolley ... Charlie Andrews
Paul Fierro ... Indian with Collins
Jimmy Noel ... Tripod Jeffers
Jimmie Booth ... Trooper (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Charlie Anders (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Trooper (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: The Muleskinner

27 January 1959
Earp's old friend Sam McGuffin stops in Dodge City with a load of freight and his six mules along with a companion. Earp has to intervene when Sam uses a whip on his companion he catches trying to steal something and abandoning Sam.

Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp

Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs

Francis McDonald ... Sam McGuffin

Whit Bissell ... Lige Fuller
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Earp Ain't Even Wearing Guns

3 February 1959
Earp is goaded by a southern lady into hanging up his guns while her father's Texas crew is in Dodge City. He and Shotgun are forced to resort to their fists to control the outfit. When Earp and Shotgun win, she tries something different.