The Truth About Old Man Clanton 

On orders from Territorial Governor Gosper Wyatt Earp heads south to make peace when he learns that Old Man Clanton has sent his men into Mexico to rob the silver trains and steal the cattle of wealthy Mexican rancher Don Sebastian.



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Episode cast overview:
... Wyatt Earp
Britt Lomond ... Johnny Ringo
Rayford Barnes ... Ike Clanton
... Phin Clanton
... Old Man Clanton
... Don Sebastian
... Curly Brocius
Ralph Reed ... Billy Clanton
... Governor Gosper
Henry Rowland ... Pete Spence


Earp meets with Arizona Territorial Governor Gosper about problems with the Clanton gang crossing into Mexico to steal silver and cattle. The Governor wants peace plus Don Sebastian is arming his men with pistols and rifles. The Governor wants Earp to visit Don Sebastian to tell him he will be reimbursed for anything stolen by the Clanton gang. Old Man Clanton plans a raid but learns none of the men will follow his boys in place of Johnny Ringo or Curly Brocius so he sends the three alone with Ike in charge. While camped they are captured by Don Sebastian men. Earp meets with Don Sebastian to give the Governor's message only to learn about the three Clanton boys. Earp proposes a truce between Old Man Clanton and Don Sebastian saying Clanton keeps his word. Clanton signs the truce to get his boys back followed by telling Ringo and Brocius there will be no more raids. However, Brocius talks Ringo into a raid anyway but they are caught by Earp and Don Sebastian. Earp takes the two ... Written by Anonymous

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27 September 1960 (USA)  »

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Wyatt Earp: [Opening Narration] So long as Old Man Clanton confined his rustling and outlawing to the empire in southeast Arizona, he had only Wyatt Earp and the Tombstone Vigilantes to oppose him. But when the gang started raiding Mexico for cattle and silver, it became an international matter for Washington to deal with. And Washington promptly passed the buck to Arizona's Governor Gosper who, in turn, passed it on to Wyatt Earp.
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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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