Earp receives word that Fred Colby has been released from prison. Earp has no knowledge of him so he fills in the blanks with info from Hal, others and old city records. Fred may be out for revenge for the killing of his brother Larry.

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Wyatt Earp
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Fred Colby
Charles Evans ...
Jake Antrim
Jan Englund ...
Joanne Antrim
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Old Mathew Watkins
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Deputy Hal Norton
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Pete Burleigh
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Earp receives a letter from Leavenworth prison that Fred Colby has been released fro prison and headed to Dodge City. Hal tells Earp that Fred was sent to prison four years ago but Hal believed him to be innocent. Fred's brother Larry was killed a couple of years back but the killer was never found. Larry had a half interest in Jake Antrim's Alamo Saloon and the rumor was he was to marry Jake's daughter Joanne. Earp visits Jake who is less than friendly and unhappy Fred is out. That night as Fred rides into town someone shoots at him while talking to Earp. After reading the old city records and talking to Hal more he learns Larry goaded Old Mathew's son into a gunfight. Old Mathew is severely disabled but a good friend of Earp. When Fred stops in to talk to Jake, Joanne pulls an empty gun on him which Earp takes away. Fred is later confronted by Burleigh who tells Fred Larry had a gang of six and was crooked which is news to Fred. Earp decides to confront Old Mathew who pulls a gun ... Written by Anonymous

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12 February 1957 (USA)  »

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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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