Bat Masterson

Season 2 Episode 13

The Pied Piper of Dodge City

Aired Wednesday 9:30 PM Jan 07, 1960 on NBC
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The Pied Piper of Dodge City
The famous Peace Commission photograph - a treasure in the archives of western history - results from a unique adventure involving Bat, Luke Short, Charlie Baset, Wyatt Earp, Neal Brown, Bill Harris and Frank McLean.

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    Don 'Red' Barry

    Don 'Red' Barry

    Luke Short

    Guest Star

    King Calder

    King Calder

    Mayor Webber

    Guest Star

    Evan MacNeil

    Evan MacNeil

    Dolly McGregor

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Luke Short: I'm offering you fifty percent of a thriving business, free and clear. And you don't trust me. It hits me right here, Bat.
        Bat: Especially the fifty percent.

      • Mayor Webber: Now there's a gentlemen who shows good sense.
        Bat: I'm still alive. I fight better that way.

      • Bat: No, this one's on me. We drink enough, we're liable to put our place back on its feet.
        Luke Short: What's happened to us, Bat? Are we going to let those four-flushers back us down?
        Bat: I'm a gambler, Luke. I never play in a game when the deck is stacked

      • Governor: They call Dodge City the Queen of the Cow Towns. It would be nice to know the lady wears an honest crown.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Governor: You mean Dan Webber and the rest of his 40 thieves?
        Referencing the Arabic folk tale of Ali Baba, a merchant's poor son who manages to steal gold from a band of 40 thieves who hide their treasure in a cave which can only be opened by speaking the proper password: "iftah ya simsim", commonly translated as "Open Sesame." When the thieves track Ali Baba down and hide in oil barrels to get into his manor to kill him, he discovers their plan and kills them by pouring boiling oil into the barrels.