The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

Season 3 Episode 12

The Good and Perfect Gift

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Dec 03, 1957 on ABC
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Doc reluctantly befriends a young boy, Benny Burkett, who looks to the gambler and gunfighter as a role model. Wyatt has to step in to make sure that Benny gets a proper education and runs up against the boy's stubborn father.

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    'Tiger' Fafara

    'Tiger' Fafara

    Benny Burkett

    Guest Star

    Grant Richards

    Grant Richards

    Luke Short

    Guest Star

    Chet Brandenburg

    Chet Brandenburg

    Barfly

    Guest Star

    Douglas Fowley

    Douglas Fowley

    Doc Holliday

    Recurring Role

    Carol Stone

    Carol Stone

    Kate Holliday

    Recurring Role

    Damian O'Flynn

    Damian O'Flynn

    Judge Tobin

    Recurring Role

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      • Wyatt: Look, the judge is going to send him to a reform school.
        Doc Holliday: Good. Any boy who tries to imitate me belongs in a reform school.

      • Benny: Hey, Mrs. Holliday?
        Kate Holliday: Yes, Benny?
        Benny: Can't Dr. Holliday have some liquor? He don't like milk, and I thought...
        Doc Holliday: Silence!
        Benny: Excuse me.
        Doc Holliday: I love milk. (drinks down a full glass)
        Benny: That took pure nerve. Dr. Holliday's just about the bravest man who was ever born.
        Kate Holliday: Isn't he, though?
        Doc Holliday: Shut up, eat your breakfast.

      • Poker Player: You're not quitting a winner, are you, Doc?
        Doc Holliday: Gentlemen, when I'm losing, I never stop until I'm broke. And when I'm winning, I never stop until you're broke.

      • Wyatt: Doc, what's the sense in this? You're risking Benny's last chance and your own.
        Doc Holliday: Deacon Earp, I'd rather be a beggar and spend my last dollar like a prince. Then be a prince and spend my last money like a beggar.

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