A Special agent for the Santa Fe railroad tells Earp that they expect a gang led One Eyed Brown is going to rob the train. They believe he has a blonde sister in town to provide inside information as Shotgun falls in love with a blonde.


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Episode cast overview:
Shotgun Gibbs
Barbara Perry ...
Phronsie LaTour
Francis De Sales ...
Mr. Casslain
Helene Heigh ...
Mrs. Denton
Bill Cassady ...
Dr. McCarty
James Bronte ...
One-Eye Brown


Shotgun Gibbs has fallen for the new blonde milliner Phronsie LaTour. To meet her he tries to buy a hat for his mule Roscoe. She also takes a liking to Shotgun telling him she needs protection from a man who approached her on a stage coach. Meanwhile, Earp is contacted by a special agent from the Santa Fe railroad about a gang led by One Eyed Brown planning to rob the railroad. The word is that he has a blonde sister who provides information to the gang before a robbery. Shotgun guarding the milliner is forced to kill a man crawling through the window of the shop. Earp tells Shotgun about the gang and searches her shop for evidence. When she is faced with meeting Roscoe the mule, Roscoe bites her even after Earp and Shotgun have her try feeding him treats. Shotgun sells Roscoe which Earp secretly buys since he intends to marry the milliner. Earp and a deputy make a search of cow camps for the gang with no results. The special agent receives word the gang will try to contact the sister... Written by Anonymous

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21 April 1959 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Preventing a train robbery when you have a straight tip on the time and place should have been no problem for Marshal Wyatt Earp. Any competent peace officer would nab the robbers before it started or trap them at the scene. But Wyatt first had to deal with Shotgun Gibbs, his mule Roscoe, and a lady known as Phronsie LaTour.
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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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