The wounded bank robber Clem Parker and his girlfriend Bonnie Dawson make a split with stagecoach robber Tarp Anders and his gang. Parker wants to go straight and has a low opinion of Tarp and his men. Parker's leg is attended to by Doc Fabrique in Wichita who reports it to Earp. Parker is not wanted in Kansas but Tarp is. Earp visits Parker and Dawson at the hotel where Parker is recovering. They tell Earp they have no intentions of causing trouble but before Earp leaves a bank teller tells Earp a stranger is hanging around the Union Bank. Earp confronts the man who is Tarp as Bonnie watches. After Earp throws Tarp out of Wichita, Bonnie tells him the truth but Earp doesn't trust them that they are done. Bonnie agrees to find out which bank Tarp plans to rob. Parker wants to let Earp take Tarp out so he will be gone. Bonnie passes a plan to Tarp to rob the Union bank and reports it to Earp but he is concerned Tarp will hit the other bank. Tarp's gang hits the Union Bank as Bonnie ... Written by
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About five minutes into the episode, when Wyatt is visiting Dr. Fabirque, you can see the shadow of the boom mic moving around in the background on the window shade. See more
In the year 1975, bank robbery was the most profitable of crimes and it attracted the elite of Western criminals. They ranked themselves with Quantrill, the James Boys, and the Youngers. A few of them were just as shrewd and deadly as Cole Younger or Jesse James.
The Legend of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers See more