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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp: Behan Prods His Hand

Wyatt tries to free four wrongfully arrested prisoners from Sheriff Behan's jail.

Episode Info
Episode number: 5x9
Airdate: Tuesday October 27th, 1959



Guest Stars
Myron HealeyMyron Healey
As Doc Holliday
Recurring
Morgan WoodwardMorgan Woodward
As Shotgun Gibbs
Recurring
Randy StuartRandy Stuart
As Nellie Cashman
Recurring
Stacy HarrisStacy Harris
As John P. Clum
Recurring
Trevor BardetteTrevor Bardette
As Old Man Clanton
Recurring
Damian ODamian O'Flynn
As Doc Goodfellow
Recurring
Charles FredericksCharles Fredericks
As Dan Priddy
Recurring
Frank GerstleFrank Gerstle
As Dirk Gird
Recurring
James SeayJames Seay
As Judge Spicer
Recurring
John MilfordJohn Milford
As Ike Clanton
Recurring

Uncredited
George De NormandGeorge De Normand
As Ring Member at Table
Recurring
Jack TornekJack Tornek
As Ring Member at Meeting
Recurring
Lash La RueLash La Rue
As Sheriff Behan
Recurring
Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
As Townsman
Recurring
Main Cast
Hugh OHugh O'Brian
As Marshal Wyatt Earp
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
As Narrator
Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerLouis F. Edelman
ProducerRobert Sisk
MusicThe Ken Darby Singers
Make-upGustaf Norin
Set DecoratorSandy Grace
Property MasterKenny Wescott
Director of PhotographyRobert B. Hauser
Story EditorWilda McGinnis
Production SupervisorArgyle Nelson
Art DirectorRichard Berger
Production ManagerSydney M. Fogel
ConsultantStuart N. Lake
Main Title ThemeHarold Adamson  |  Harry Warren
Film EditorJohn Durant (1)
SoundLeon M. Leon
WardrobeDouglas Stevens (1)
Assistant DirectorRobert White (2)
Re-recording EditorJack Lowry
 
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