Doctor Who: Season 3, Episode 37

The O.K. Corral (21 May 1966)

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The Clantons have shot Warren Earp, leading to a showdown between the two families with the Doctor powerless to prevent bloodshed.

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David Cole ...
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Sheena Marshe ...
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The Clantons have shot Warren Earp, leading to a showdown between the two families with the Doctor powerless to prevent bloodshed.

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This episode takes place in Tombstone, Arizona in October 1881. See more »

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Johnny Ringo was not killed in the gunfight, nor did he take part. See more »

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[first lines]
Dr. Who: How do you know that the killer was Ringo?
Virgil Earp: On account of it must have been him or you, and I don't figure you killed Charlie the barman. Of course, if'n you wanna persuade me different.
Dr. Who: Certainly not, my dear Sheriff.
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The Gunfighters: Part 4 - Hit and miss western adventure
19 August 2014 | by (South Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

Review of all 4 parts:

The Gunfighters is a 4 part story beginning with A Holiday For The Doctor.

This story is a semi comedic escapade for the TARDIS crew in the wild west. The comedy works very well at times but not all the time. The drama too is sometimes successfully executed and other times it is a bit of a mess.

It is set around the lead up to the gunfight at the OK Corral in the wild west town of Tombstone 1881. William Hartnell is great in this story and Peter Purves is also strong but overall the story is patchy in its writing and in its on screen production values.

An interesting attempt to do something different, not wholly successful but an entertaining romp at times at least.


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