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Bat Masterson: The Reluctant Witness

Bat enlists the aid of old pal Wyatt Earp to defend a woman in a murder case.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x25
Airdate: Thursday March 31st, 1960

Guest Stars
Allison HayesAllison Hayes
As Ellie Winters
Ron HayesRon Hayes
As Wyatt Earp (as Ronald Hayes)
Charles ReadeCharles Reade
As Clerk
Robert SwanRobert Swan
As Charlie Bassett
Harry LauterHarry Lauter
As Sheriff Conners
Donald MurphyDonald Murphy
As Charlie Ryan
George Ross (1)George Ross (1)
As Charley
David PernaDavid Perna
As Hub Mason (as Dave Perna)
Charles BailCharles Bail
As Tod Mason (as Chuck Bail)

Bert StevensBert Stevens
As Poker Player
Whitey HughesWhitey Hughes
As Barfly
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bat: Good old Ned Buntline--shoots like a rifle.
Wyatt Earp: Why don't you ever wear the Special he gave you?
Bat: Barrel's too long--it ruffles my suit.

Charlie Ryan: Wyatt? Wyatt Earp?
Bat: Yep. I thought I needed some help so I called me a one-man army.

Ellie Winters: Where shall we celebrate, Bat?
Bat: I'm afraid you're going to have to do that without me. I got to be leaving for Denver.
Ellie Winters: Seems you're always leaving at the wrong time.
Bat: Yeah, but I come back at the right time.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorGerald Roberts
Make-upWilliam Woods  |  George Gray (2)
Set DecoratorFrank Wade
Director of PhotographyRichard L. Rawlings
Art DirectorFrank Hotaling
Production ManagerJoe Wonder
Sound EditorBert Schoenfeld
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeBart Corwin  |  Havens Wray
Film EditorRichard L. Van Enger
WardrobeEdward Armand  |  Shirley Page
Assistant DirectorEd Stein
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
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