Wells Fargo asks Earp to go undercover into the badlands to capture Blackie Saunders wanted for a robbery and murder. Earp agrees to go as a man blamed for Blackie's crime. He finds the outlaw hangout and a solitary neighbor he must fight.


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Episode cast overview:
Shotgun Gibbs
Mayor Jim Kelley
Walter Maslow ...
Blackie Saunders
Steve Logan (as Bill Henry)
Dehl Berti ...


The driver is killed during the robbery of a Wells Fargo shipment by Blackie Saunders who also threatened a woman and boy if they identify him. A Wells Fargo representative comes to Earp to ask him to go undercover into Brown's Hole which is a known outlaw hangout. Mayor Kelley says they can't afford to lose Earp but Earp decides to go anyway. He allows himself to be taken captive by the outlaws telling them he is Tim Hardwick wanted for the crime Blackie committed with a wanted poster to back up his story. The outlaws find it but warn him to leave as they don't want a conflict there between him and Blackie who they assume he wants to take to clear his name. Earp decides to visit Shotgun Gibbs who has a place near the outlaw hangout but brokers no visitors of any kind as he is a loner. He challenges Earp to fight first with fists and then guns but finds Earp too much for him in both cases. He despises what Blackie did so he agrees to help Earp by letting him stay. When Blackie returns... Written by Anonymous

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16 September 1958 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Narration] That outlaw trail ran from Robber's Roost in the south to Hole in the Wall up north. In the 70s and 80s, many a long rider with a price on his head and the shadow of a hangman's rope on his face joined other desperate men in what they called the Last Hideout.
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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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