The stage Morgan Earp is riding on is held up. Morgan recognizes one of the bandits Smiley Dunlap as a friend of Doc Holliday. When Morgan arrives in Dodge City, Doc asks Morgan to keep the news from Wyatt as they try to find Smiley.



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Morgan Earp (as Dirk London)
Smiley Dunlap
Doc Holliday
Kate Holliday
Sam Christie
Joseph Waring ...
Greg Norton
Shotgun Gibbs


Morgan Earp is on his way to Dodge City to visit his brother Wyatt when the stage is held up. When the mask on one of the bandits slips down, Morgan recognizes him as Smiley Dunlap who is a friend of Doc Holliday. At Dodge City Morgan heads to see Doc first to tell him about Smiley. Doc asks Morgan to keep the fact from Wyatt to which Morgan agrees. Doc quizzes a couple of men who promise to help find Smiley. When the two men are gunned down in the street, Doc decides to take Morgan with him to find Smiley who he believes to be in trouble with the Greg Norton gang. Kate Holliday overhears Doc and Morgan talking and relays the story to Wyatt. Wyatt takes a posse to track Doc and Morgan. Doc ultimately learns Smiley and his wife are with the Norton gang. Smiley has crossed Norton so he wants revenge. Wyatt and his group catch up with everyone only to find Doc and Morgan prisoners along with Smiley and his wife. Wyatt must free them but he doesn't want Morgan to know he was involved. Written by Anonymous

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23 December 1958 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Wyatt Earp's little brother, Morgan, was a charming, devil-may-care buckaroo. When he came under the influence of Dr. John H. Holliday, Wyatt had a problem. Although Wyatt and Doc were friends, Marshal Earp knew Doc for what he was - an embittered adventurer with a strange code. If a youngster like Morgan Earp started hero-worshipping Doc Holliday, he was mighty apt to play for it with his life.
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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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