Zane Grey Theater (1956–1961)
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Man of Fear 

Doc Holliday visits an old friend and his wife. He finds that his friend, now crippled, is being shaken down for money by the corrupt local sheriff, along with everyone else in town, and he plans to put a stop to it.

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Doc Holliday
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Julie Brand
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Lee Brand
Brett King ...
Sheriff Zack Martin
Marjorie Owens ...
Mrs. Thacker
Robert Gothie ...
Burt Hartman (as Bob Gothie)
Clayton Post ...
Sid
Allen Pinson ...
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Chuck Hayward ...
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Doc Holliday visits an old friend and his wife. He finds that his friend, now crippled, is being shaken down for money by the corrupt local sheriff, along with everyone else in town, and he plans to put a stop to it.

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14 March 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Hale and hearty
26 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Dewey Martin stars in this Zane Grey Theater episode as the healthiest Doc Holiday ever portrayed on the big screen and small. Not a hint of the tuberculosis that made him go west for a drier climate. Not even a hint of his actual profession as dentist.

Here Martin is visiting old friend Arthur Franz and his wife Julie Adams. Franz who at one time was a tough man just knuckles under to a corrupt new sheriff in the area Brett King. He specializes in 'tax collection' and King has three deputies all hard cases. It's just legal extortion.

I doubt the real Doc Holiday ever would have been taken the way King and his deputies get the drop on him. Not one of the better Zane Grey episodes given what is universally known of Doc Holiday.


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