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.

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Wyatt Earp
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Doc Holliday
Carol Stone ...
Kate Holliday
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Bat Masterson
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Judge Tobin
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Deputy Hal Norton
Henry Rowland ...
George Morris
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Curly Bill Brocius
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During a meeting in Earp's office, Judge Tobin, Sheriff Masterson, and Mayor Kelley plead with Earp to run Doc Holliday and his wife Kate out of Dodge City. Earp is reluctant as Doc saved his life and has committed no crime in Dodge City. After the meeting Bat tells Earp his real concern is their enemy George Morris bringing a herd to Dodge City and he is friends with Doc. The situation changes when Doc severely wounds another gambler on the street forcing Earp to arrest him since there is no proof Doc was acting in self-defense. Kate tries to break Doc out of jail but Doc refuses to leave saying he wants to study Earp more and make fools of the Judge, Bat, and Kelley. The trial is held with a sharp Doc forcing the charges to be dropped with some clever work and evidence. Kate tries to make amends with Earp but Doc stops her. Bat and Earp prepare for the arrival of the Morris gang after Earp is given an update by Kate. Earp falls for Morris's trap and the question is how can he be ... Written by Anonymous

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30 April 1957 (USA)  »

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The Legend of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers
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