Earp rescues a new girl called Silver Dollar from an amorous man in front of the Alhambra where she works and takes her to Nellie Cashman for a new job. Doc and Shotgun think Earp is in love but his wire to Pinkerton says otherwise.


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Episode cast overview:
Shotgun Gibbs
Nellie Cashman
Dusty Enders ...
Silver Dollar (as Dusty Anders)
Tom Palmer ...
Rafe Collins
Robert Riordan ...
Dave Henson


Earp approaches as an amorous man tries to kiss an attractive young blonde in front of the Alhambra Saloon. Earp knocks the man out followed by telling the owner Dave Hanson that she no longer wishes to work there. Nellie Cashman takes her in but warns the doe-eyed Earp he should be careful about vouching for the girl known as Silver Dollar. Doc and Shotgun are not happy about Earp's interest in Silver Dollar but feel happier when Earp has Shotgun wire Pinkerton for information on Silver Dollar. Later Rafe Collins rides into town looking for Silver Dollar. After she shoots him with a derringer, he claims he gave her $1500 and wanted to marry her while she claims he attacked her in her room. When Earp arrests her, she lets him but states next time she will shoot Earp. At the trial the jury quickly finds her not guilty and she returns to the Alhambra. A Mr. Clark accusing Silver Dollar of stealing $5000 that is found in her suitcase leads to a showdown between her and Earp in which she ... Written by Anonymous

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2 February 1960 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Critics of Marshal Wyatt Earp remarked that he was implacable when faced with bad men but much too soft and trusting when it came to women. Alas! The saga of a young lady known as Silver Dollar presented a mystery which numerous men had failed to solve. Was Silver Dollar an innocent child adrift in Tombstone or was she a calculating and dangerous little hussy.
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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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