Lt. Clark is chased by Pawnee warriors to the edge of Dodge City but he continues on to Earp's office. He is part of the new Army Secret Service whose job is to monitor the Indians on the reservations, the Indian Agents, and others having contact with them. Some of the young Pawnee have left the reservation under Young Wolf who has bought 200 Buntline revolvers. Lt. Clark knows about it and that the guns are fakes. He wants Earp to help him talk to the Pawnee but Earp wants him to hold off but he refuses. Earp is talking to Mr. Cousin and Mr. Brother about the problem already. They track Clark finding him captured by Young Wolf's men and about to be shot. Young Wolf at Earp's urging has Chief Brave Bull come to negotiate. Brave Bull gives Earp and his two Cheyenne friends two days to recover the tribe's money for the bad guns or he will have Clark shot. Earp is told who sold them the guns so he must return to Dodge City, recover the money, capture the smugglers, and save Clark but an ... Written by
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Following the Custer Battle in June of 1876, the Army organized a Service of Security and Information. In frontier times, men used the term Secret Service. The main objective of the Secret Service Office was to keep watch on the various Indian tribes to forestall an outbreak by angry red men, smoldering under the harsh injustices of the Indian Agent system. As Marshal of Dodge City, Wyatt Earp found himself caught in the cold war, which could, at any time, erupt under the ...
The Legend of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers See more