The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

Season 3 Episode 38

The Frame-Up

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jun 06, 1958 on ABC
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A money package goes missing on a train, and Wyatt soon finds himself framed for the crime by several vengeful enemies.

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    John Hubbard

    John Hubbard

    Tim Maxwell

    Guest Star

    Peter Mamakos

    Peter Mamakos

    Cy Johnson

    Guest Star

    Gregg Barton

    Gregg Barton

    Red Smith

    Guest Star

    Michael Healey

    Michael Healey

    Doc Holliday

    Recurring Role

    Paul Brinegar

    Paul Brinegar

    Jim "Dog" Kelley

    Recurring Role

    Damian O'Flynn

    Damian O'Flynn

    Judge Tobin

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      • Doc Holliday: Anyone who steals money from the railroad is a friend of mine, Wyatt. I always thought of Dooley Dolan as a shiftless, careless failure. But if he got away with $10,000, I now admire him with fond admiration.

      • Doc Holliday: There's your lead, Deacon. You put Red and Willy in jail, give 'em pistol whippings for six hours, and I'll guarantee they talk.
        Wyatt: The whiskey has reached your brain
        Doc Holliday: Wyatt, I'm trying to help you.
        Wyatt: Thanks. But I can't arrest men just because they don't like me and I can't beat confessions out of prisoners.
        Doc Holliday: You allow moral scruples to interfere with your duties as a peace officer! Good day, sir.

      • Doc Holliday: You know, Wyatt, I would have made a very crooked but efficient peace officer. And what a noble honest gambler you'd have been.
        Wyatt: Well, maybe the Good Lord has other plans, huh?
        Doc Holliday: Amen, Deacon. Amen.

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