Due to their experience with Earp in California, Wells Fargo asks Earp to help stop the Curly Bill Brocius gang. They are hitting the stage near the station Little Alamo. Earp decides to have them publish the fact he is going there alone to confront the gang. His plan is to have a posse come meet him when a stage is late hoping to hold the gang off until the posse arrives. The stage arrives with the driver and shotgun rider dead but with the gold. The four passengers refuse to leave the station believing they are safer there. However, Earp refuses to give up the money and he believes Curly Bill will want to take the young woman as well. The passenger Mr. Eckart helps Earp until he is severely wounded. The other male passenger Mr. Jones tries to hand over the gold but is killed for his effort. The station manager Mr. Todd helps Earp fight the gang until he is wounded in the shoulder. The young woman seeing a chance knocks Earp out with a rifle and hands the money over. They are going ...
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Wyatt Earp's relations with the Wells Fargo Bank and Express Company began when he was young sprout in California, riding shotgun for Wells Fargo on a dangerous line from the gold fields. Not a single stage under Wyatt's guard was ever held up. Long after Wyatt had left the company's employ, he was remembered by Wells Fargo and often asked to help with special agents on a tough case. As Marshal of Dodge City, Wyatt was appealed to by Wells Fargo with word that a gang of outlaws, led by Curley ...
The Legend Of Wyatt Earp
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Harold Adamson
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