Doc buys a gold brick stolen from a stagecoach and tries to use it to prove the honest citizens of Dodge City are not so honest. Earp is forced to trace the various hands which have touched the gold but hits a road block recovering it.


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Episode cast overview:
Carol Stone ...
Kate Holliday
Mayor Jim Kelley
George Eldredge ...
Miles Lenihan
John Eldredge ...
Homer Blythe


Doc Holliday is presented the opportunity to buy a gold brick worth $10,000 for $5,000 by Weasel Finnegan. Doc buys it and tells Weasel to get out of town but Weasel stops for a drink with a saloon girl and ends up dead. Earp has received a poster for Weasel and the gold brick which is one of five stolen from a stagecoach. Kate Holliday tells Earp Doc bought the brick and asks him to stop Doc. Earp confronts Doc who admits buying it but selling it. Under pressure he admits taking it to Mayor Kelley. Doc wants to prove not all the honest citizens of Dodge City are so honest. Kelley tells Earp he never bought it but had Doc see Miles Lenihan. Lenihan pushed it to the jeweler Newt Hamilton who sold it to Homer Blythe who admits nothing. Doc then tells Earp it is in the bank safe even though the bank president knew it had to be stolen. Earp can't confront the banker but Doc has a plan which Kate relays to Earp. Earp thinks he has stopped Doc but Doc is a step ahead of Earp. While Earp is ... Written by Anonymous

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1957 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] The friendship between Marshal Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday was born of gratitude on Wyatt's part. Doc had saved his life. But why Doc Holliday chose to like Wyatt and be loyal to him was mighty puzzling to the citizens of Dodge City in 1877. And since Wyatt stood for everything that Doc cynically derided, a lot of folks were betting that the two would soon come to an open break.
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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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