Fed up with Earp's interference, the head of the 10 Percent Ring in Tucson decides to kill Earp. He gives orders to ask Doc Holliday to Tucson for a high stakes poker game as bait to draw an unsuspecting Earp to Tucson to be killed.


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Episode cast overview:
Shogun Gibbs
Nellie Cashman
Limey Parkhamp
Charles Fredericks ...
Dan Priddy
Stake Brown
Bones Brandon
William Eben Stephens ...
The Paralized Kid
Hugh Sanders ...
Bob Paul


With Earp continuing to cause trouble in Tombstone, Dan Priddy the head of the 10 Percent Ring in Tucson decides it is time to end the interference. He has Stake Brown set up a high stakes poker game in Tucson at the Congress Hall Saloon to draw in Doc Holliday. The details are handled by Bones Brandon and his henchman The Paralized Kid whose left arm is paralyzed. Doc takes the stage to Tucson where he meets Stake Brown. The two run into a silver prospector named Limey Parkhamp who claims to have hit a strike. Brown stakes him but Limey overhears the bartender talking to The Paralized Kid about Earp. His trip takes him through Tombstone where he tells Nellie Cashman who he knows and Earp. Later he remembers more details so Nellie and Shotgun tell him to use her horse to warn Earp who left an hour earlier because of a telegram from Doc asking for help. He catches Earp who goes to his friend Bob Paul in Tucson for help. Paul outlines the design of the Congress Hall Saloon and the two ... Written by Anonymous

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3 November 1959 (USA)  »

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The name of Morgan Woodward's character, "Shotgun Smith" is misspelled "Shogun Smith" in the credits. See more »


Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Many attempts were made to kill Wyatt Earp. But Dan Priddy, with his Ten Percent Ring in Tucson, was a big time operator. When Priddy wanted a man out of his way, he acted with a scheming subtlety that not even Wyatt could penetrate. A plan to murder Earp, whose career had already exasperated the Tucson politicians, seemed foolproof and deadly.
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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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