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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

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In one of television's first adult Westerns, the famous marshal puts his life on the line to maintain order, first in Dodge City, Kan., then in Tombstone, Ariz.

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Earp takes Bat's brother Ed under his wing as a new deputy, but while Ed believes outlaws can be reasoned with, Bat knows better; two businessmen plan to kill Ed and frame Bat for the crime to secure ownership of a saloon.
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A headstrong teenager named Jimmy Craig arrives in Dodge City and wants to become one of Earp's deputies, demonstrating his impeccable skill with a gun, but his dream contrasts sharply with his irrational obsession to duel Ed Beatty.
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Bounty hunters stir up trouble in Dodge City by trying to collect rewards on reformed outlaws until Earp devises a plan to turn the bounty hunters against each other.
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Earp has 24 hours to find a killer after a judge sentences an innocent man to hang, but the man refuses to speak in his own defense, leaving Earp with few clues to follow.
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Earp and Bat work together to help Bat win an election for county sheriff to defeat Jerry Lanphere, a crook also running for the position; Sen. Drew tells Bat he must end his friendship with Earp to gain the people's favor.
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Earp and Bat find their careers in jeopardy when they arrest the owners of two competing stagecoach companies whose hired armies threaten to start a war in the streets.
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While Earp and Buffalo Bill stage a fake robbery to entertain a visiting German prince, real bandits kidnap the prince and hold him for ransom.
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Fred Colby, a man wrongly sent to prison, finishes his sentence and heads for Dodge City looking for the man who killed his brother.
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Wells Fargo hires Earp to protect a gold shipment arriving by stage at Little Alamo and the marshal must work with the stagecoach passengers to hold out against the Curly Bill Brocius gang until a posse can arrive to save them.
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A crippled man with a grudge against Earp hires sharpshooter Rule Hawes to kill him; Bat and the other deputies search for the assassin while Annie May tries to give Bat a clue.
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Men from the Circle Bar ranch kidnap Ben Thompson, a dealer who cheated them at cards, and Earp poses as a doctor to gain access to the ranch and free Ben.
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After an altercation between a drunk soldier and a Cherokee civilian results in death, Earp takes the soldier into custody and fights off his captain's attempts to free him.
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Earp must convince a disgraced Army captain that he holds no responsibility for Gen. Custer's devastating loss at Little Big Horn, but angry newcomers with a group of captive Indians seek to take revenge on the captain for the defeat.
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A poor rancher woman struggling to marry off her daughter deals with trespassers trying to steal her land's resources and rumors that she has gold on her property.
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Two men wanted by a Cheyenne tribe for murder seek refuge in Dodge City, and although Earp arrests the pair, the city refuses to press charges because the victims were Indians.
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Earp must get Judge Tobin to see the error of his ways when the judge sentences an innocent man to death by hanging, going to extreme lengths to turn the tables by framing the judge for a crime.
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Earp and Bat pose as outlaws to infiltrate a gang involved in a rash of murders and cattle thefts, staging a power struggle within the gang and setting up an ambush in Dodge City to take down the entire group.
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With Earp and Bassett out of town, George Morris' gang sacks Dodge City and rounds up all of the remaining deputies except for Bat, who finds Earp and sneaks back into town to fight the gang with the help of local residents.
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A newly deputized Bat complicates an arrest by shooting perpetrator Billy Jordan after Billy ran out of bullets; while Earp and the deputies race to find a surgeon, Billy's family holds Bat hostage and threatens to take revenge if Billy dies.
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Bat Masterson travels to Dodge City and gets involved in a gunfight that causes him to lose Earp's approval; after befriending gang member Nellie Wright, Bat tries to get word to Earp about an upcoming robbery but ends up at the gang's mercy.
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Aggressive suitor Bob Rellance pesters Dora on the day before her marriage to Kelley, asking her to call off the wedding in favor of himself, but when tensions escalate into violence, Earp steps in to force Rellance out of town.

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