After Earp kicks Bennett out of Wichita for a crooked Faro game, Bennett hires the killer Manon Clemens to kill Earp and have his cowboys tree the town. Earp uses trickery to defeat Clemens who kills Bennett for deceiving him.
Bennett's bouncer beats up Mr. Hailey who caught Bennett with a crooked Faro game using a screw box to deal. Earp gives Bennett six hours to close up The Palace and leave town which he does. Bennett looks up Manon Clemens who has killed at 26 men. Clemens is willing to take on Earp but is leery of an ambush or being in a town. The only person he trusts is his girl friend Laurie Castle who he sends into to town to check things out. Bennett wants Clemens to not only kill Earp but his cowboys to tree the town. Earp hears about the plan so he has Marsh Murdock publish an editorial saying Clemens is a coward plus he has a chat with Laurie acting as if he didn't know who Clemens is or that he had any worries about him. She lets slip that Clemens doesn't like graveyards. Givenn Laurie's report and the editorial Clemens and his men with Bennett ride to Wichita. Earp meets him at the edge of town on horseback along with 80 deputies. He invites Clemens into the lumberyard where the two of them ... Written by
Wyatt Earp, as Marshal of Wichita, Kansas in 1875, has yet to face the most dangerous threat which can confront a western cow town. Rebellious cowboys need only a leader like Mannen Clemens, the deadliest gunfighter on the brawling Chisholm Trail, to become an invading band of outlaws, determined to kill every peace officer and citizen who stands in their way.
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