The Wells Fargo Company asks Wyatt Earp to help them protect the shipment of silver ingots from stagecoach robbers on their Charleston-to-Benson line. Wyatt is sure that the robberies are staged by an organized gang of thieves who have inside information regarding shipments and sets a trap for the criminals by increasing the size of the ingots from 85 to 300 pounds. Written by
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When Wells Fargo called on Marshal Earp to put an end to stage robberies on its Charleston to Benson line, the company was putting Wyatt's reputation in peril. Durng the times when Wyatt rode shotgun for Wells Fargo, no road agent had gotten away with a dime of money shipments - but this was Arizona Territory where robbing stages was a highly organized business.
"The Legend of Wyatt Earp"
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Music by Harry Warren
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers See more