Billy Buckett, Incorporated 

an old prospector stumbles into a saloon saying he has been robbed and murdered. He is suffering from a shot that creased his head and mumbling that he had %50,000 in gold stolen from him. Earp is not sure if he was robbed or who did it.


Sidney Salkow


Michael Fessier

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Episode cast overview:
Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
Andy Clyde ... Billy Buckett
Damian O'Flynn ... Dr. Goodfellow
Barney Phillips ... Lou Rickabaugh
Ann Robinson ... Hetty Doane
Bartlett Robinson ... Paul Scott
Dan Sheridan Dan Sheridan ... Jack Morrow


After a shot is heard an old prospector Billy Buckett calling himself Billy Buckett Incorporated stumbles into Mr. Rickabaugh's saloon holding his head where he was shot. He mumbles that $50,000 was stolen from him and that he has been murdered. They take him into a back room where Dr. Goodfellow who was there treats him. Billy has three visitors in a row - Paul Scott, Jack Morrow and finally Hetty Doane. Billy tells Scott that Morrow robbed him. Once he is coherent he tells Earp that he has a mine south of the border where he struck gold. He changed the gold nuggets into $50 gold pieces at Paul Scott's bank in Tucson. Scott, Morrow, and Doane are all equal shareholders in Billy Buckett Incorporated. Earp is not sure whether to believe Billy but when he and Hetty Doane find Morrow murdered and hung in a warehouse, he becomes serious about solving the case. Billy had said he was shot from a distance but when he complained about powder burns, Earp realized the truth. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

3 January 1961 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

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Wyatt Earp Enterprises See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Wyatt Earp, Marshal of Tombstone, Arizona during the turbulent 1880s, daily faced the problem of violence growing out of human greed for gold and silver. He often declared that, for sheer ruthlessness, no crime ever matched the one involving the celebrated Billy Buckett, Incorporated.
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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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