The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

Season 5 Episode 35

The Court vs. Doc Holliday

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Apr 26, 1960 on ABC
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The Court vs. Doc Holliday
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Doc Holliday rides into Tombstone, all but unconscious and with stolen bearer's bonds in his saddlebag. The Wells Fargo office is missing those bonds and more, and demand that Wyatt arrest his friend.

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Forrest Lewis

Forrest Lewis

Ratsy Melbourne

Guest Star

Steve Pendleton

Steve Pendleton

Thacker

Guest Star

Preston Hanson

Preston Hanson

Prosecutor

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Douglas Fowley

Douglas Fowley

Doc Holliday

Recurring Role

Morgan Woodward

Morgan Woodward

Shotgun Gibbs

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James Seay

James Seay

Judge Spicer

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    • Doc Holliday: It couldn't have been me. Now, if there were two robbers and I'd been one of them, I would have gotten at least of that $40,000. In fact, if I know myself at all, my share would have been more than half of that money.

    • Doc Holliday: I've played cards with a lot of safecrackers. Boy, they sure bet explosively.

    • Doc Holliday: Wyatt, I've made so many enemies over a period of time, it'd take me a long, long time to sort 'em out.

    • Doc Holliday: I move the court declare a mistrial.
      Judge Spicer: On what grounds?
      Doc Holliday: The law provides that a man charged with a crime be tried by a jury of his peers.
      Judge Spicer: That is correct.
      Doc Holliday: Are these men my peers? I know each and every one of them. And I say this to the court, that they are swine, incapable of weighing the law or the evidence. In fact, your Honor, I doubt half this jury could weigh ten pounds of hominy grits without tampering with the scale.
      Judge Spicer: That will do, sir. Your opinion of the jury is irrelevant and immaterial, Dr. Holiday. You have failed to challenge one veneerman.
      Doc Holliday: All donkeys look alike to me, your Honor.

    • Doc Holliday: Your Honor, my defense depends on the testimony of hoodlums. I wouldn't have it otherwise. A good, honest hoodlum is the noblest work of the Devil. His lesser creations turn into judges and juries.

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