After the gunfight at the O.K. Corral Earp is on the stand testifying about the events leading up to the gunfight as part of an inquiry by Judge Spicer. Ike Clanton believes the Earps cheated him when they were unable to catch the men who held up the stage robbing Ike of the reward money. Drunk he threatens to kill the Earps. The next day a sober Ike is in town with a rifle and two pistols waiting for other members of the gang to arrive. Clum wants to use his vigilante group to take the outlaws but Earp wants to take the outlaws individually to prevent anyone from getting hurt. They succeed in arresting Ike Clanton and disarming him but he is released and heads to the gunsmith for a new gun. The McLowery brothers along with Billy Clanton and Billy Claiborne ride into to Tombstone. Sheriff Johnny Behan tries to play both sides telling the outlaws to make their play at the O.K. Corral while lying to the Earps by saying he had disarmed the outlaws. The three Earps are joined by Doc ... Written by
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In the show Ike Clanton and Billy Claiborne are armed but run away refusing to fight. In real life it is thought they were unarmed. See more
The long struggle for law and order in Arizona exploded in thirty seconds of deadly gunfire at the O. K. Corral and placed Wyatt Earp among the great Marshals of the Western frontier. But the famous gunfight has been a matter of controversy ever since 1881. Witnesses from the outlaw element contradicted each other on so many vital points that no reputable historian has taken their version seriously. Marshal Earp's story of the fight was taken under oath and transcribed ...
The Legend of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers See more