The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp: Season 3, Episode 17

One-Man Army (7 Jan. 1958)

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Texan Drum Denman goes after northerner Earp by backing a free newspaper to print false stories about Earp trying to draw him out of Dodge City. His second story says Earp is having an affair with the minister's teenage daughter.

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Robert Anderson ...
Drum Denman (as Bob Anderson)
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Mayor Jim Kelley
William Phipps ...
Curly Bill Brocius (as Bill Phipps)
Donald Murphy ...
Mauritz Hugo ...
Zinner
William Tannen ...
Deputy Hal Norton
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The hurt feelings from the Civil War continue with the Texan cattlemen taking out their hatred against the northern Marshals including Earp. Texan Drum Denman never fought in the Civil War but he decides to continue the fight by backing a newspaper in Dodge City which he forces to print slanderous stories about Earp trying to draw him out of town where he can be killed. His second story that Earp is having an affair with Sally Davis the teenage daughter of the local minister brings her in tears to Earp. Earp decides to temporarily leave his job and go after Denman and his gang alone. Two old adversaries of Earp are in the gang: Curly and John Ringgold. Although it is one against many, Earp uses some creative fighting techniques to corral the gang. Written by Anonymous

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When Earp lights the lantern in the cave, the camera lights are turned on from an opposite direction, casting his shadow in the wrong direction from the lantern. See more »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] The bitterness between Texas cattlemen and the cow town Marshals of Kansas was an aftermath of the Civil War. There were those in the South that never fired a shot to help the Confederacy but who were now determined to aggravate the Yank Johnny Laws who tried to keep order in Kansas. Marshal Wyatt Earp was a shining target for all manner of schemes to assassinate him or run him out of Dodge. Perhaps the shrewdest of Wyatt's enemies was Drum Denman, owner of the R.E.B. cattle ...
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