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Wyatt's Brothers Join Up 

After the death of Old Man Clanton, Doc Holliday hatches a not-quite-legal scheme involving Wyatt's brothers to help him in his desire to create an internal fight among the Clantons gang members over who takes control of the gang.

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Episode cast overview:
... Wyatt Earp
... Doc Holliday
... Mayor John Clum
... John Behan
... Judge Spicer
... Thelma Callum
... Morgan Earp (as Dirk London)
... Virgil Earp
Rayford Barnes ... Ike Clanton
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With Shotgun Gibbs gone and the death of Old Man Clanton, Mayor Clum and the city council feel Earp needs help to keep the fight among the Clanton gang members out of Tombstone. Clum suggests Earp ask his brothers Morgan and Virgil in Prescott to help. Earp asks Clum to wait as he has contacted several men but Clum decides not to wait. He has Doc Holliday ask Virgil to become Chief of Police and Morgan his aide. Doc agrees but tells Clum to tell Earp he went to Tucson for a poker game. On the street Doc notices Behan's continued interest in Thelma Callum whose husband is in prison but recently released. Doc hatches the idea of having Thelma write a note to Behan to meet her. He then gets Virgil and Morgan to help him kidnap Behan at the meeting place. Doc hopes to have the Clanton gang members fight each other over the missing Behan although Virgil is skeptical. Earp hearing Behan is missing refuses to do anything until Ike Clanton leads one faction against another because of what Doc... Written by Anonymous

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Western

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6 June 1961 (USA)  »

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Doc Holliday: You know, I don't blame Jimmy Callum for being jealous of you. There are sensible women, and bad women. But a bad sensitive woman is a pearl of great price. A black pearl.
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Soundtracks

The Legend Of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
Performed by The Ken Darby Singers
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