The Tinkham Brown gang holds up the Wells Fargo stage taking $15,000 but during the robbery Brown was severely wounded by a bullet. Realizing the gang may come for Doc Goodfellow who is the only doctor in fifty miles, Earp contacts the doctor. Doc Goodfellow refuses to tell Earp if he is contacted due to medical ethics but he realizes Earp will follow him. Doc Goodfellow taken to Brown's camp, finds Brown with a bullet lodged next to his spine and his legs paralyzed. He tells Brown that his only choice is a truce with Earp as he needs Doc Holliday to help hold the retractors while Earp applies ether. Brown orders the gang to follow along. After an edgy meeting they operate which appears to be successful. Doc Goodfellow tells Brown to stay still for three days and Earp agrees to stay away until Brown can move. Earp is forced to explain his actions to John Thacker of Wells Fargo who reluctantly holds back his report. Brown not trusting Earp decides to move after one day leading to Brown... Written by
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Dr. George Goodfellow was a Civil War surgeon and a leading citizen of Tombstone. Unfortunately for Wyatt, the doctor was a man of medicine first and a law enforcer second. Although his code and Wyatt's seldom clashed, there was one time when they did.
The Legend of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers See more