The Toughest Judge in Arizona 

A robbery starts a series of events that lead Johnny Ringo to kidnap Judge Spicer to release his cousin Charlie Parks from jail. Although Parks is innocent, Ringo's actions may make matters worse as Earp pursues the guilty parties.


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Episode cast overview:
Hugh O'Brian ... Wyatt Earp
Douglas Fowley ... Doc Holliday
Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs
James Seay ... Judge Spicer
Trevor Bardette ... Old Man Clanton
Peter M. Thompson Peter M. Thompson ... Johnny Ringo (as Peter Thompson)
William Pullen William Pullen ... Charlie Parks
Angela Greene ... Alma Ross
Sam Flint ... Spouter


Two masked men hold up Mr. Granby for a $4500 payroll as he stops Spouter for water. One of the men calls the other Charlie leading Spouter to swear to Earp that Charlie Parks is one of the robbers. Parks, meanwhile, is visiting Alma Ross who he loves. However, she works with the Clanton gang as a fence for the items they steal and refuses to leave them. The robbers pass the stolen money to her. She pulls $200 she owes Parks from it which she gives to him. When Earp picks up Parks, he finds four twenties with serial numbers matching the stolen money. Judge Spicer is given a warning to release Parks on the trail so at Parks, arraignment he decides to hold him. Earp and Spicer question Parks' guilt due to talk heard by Doc but they have no leads. Spicer refuses Earp's offer of protection on his trip to Charleston for a trial. Earp, Doc, and Shotgun follow Spicer finding him held by Ringo's gang. They rescue Spicer but decide to search Ross's room finding several stolen items. She is put... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

24 May 1960 (USA) See more »

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Wyatt Earp Enterprises See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] Judge Wells Spicer of Tombstone was generally regarded as the most fearless judge in Arizona territory. He backed Marshal Earp and the forces of law and order with complete disregard of his own safety. Although hoodlums seldom dared to threatened a judge, the Clanton killer Johnny Ringo was capable of anything. When Spicer clashed with Ringo in the Charlie Parks trouble, Wyatt had good reason to fear the worst.
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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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