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Appearing in "The Man Who Came Back from Boot Hill!"

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  • Gunner gang

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Came Back from Boot Hill!"

When the Gunner gang attempts to rob a stagecoach carrying a payroll, they find opposition from it's lone passenger: law man Wyatt Earp. While the marshal manages to stop them from robbing the payroll, he is unable to stop them from escaping. Back at their hideout, Gunner tells his men how they are going to rob a shipment of gold heading out of Tombstone later that day, but not before eliminating Wyatt Earp first.

Three days later while Wyatt is out on patrol, he is jumped by Gunner and his gang who take him to their cabin hideout. There they tie Wyatt to a chair and Gunner explains how he is going to blow him up with explosives. When Gunner asks if Wyatt has any last requests, the famous lawman asks for a glass of water. Gunner throws it in Wyatt's face then lights the fuse and leaves the house with his gang. Soon the cabin explodes and Wyatt is seemingly killed. After reading the headlines of Wyatt's death in the newspaper, Gunner and his men attempt to rob the gold shipment thinking that there is nobody who can stop them.

However they are shocked when Wyatt Earp gets the drop on them and takes them into custody. Earp then explains to Gunner that when he asked for the glass of water and had it thrown in his face, he kept his mouth open and collected some of the water in his mouth. When the outlaws left him to be blown up, Wyatt spat the water on the fuse of the explosives. While it did not put the fuse completely out, it slowed it enough for Wyatt to smash the back window and use the broken shards of glass to cut himself loose and escape before the explosives went off.

Appearing in "Stagecoach Trail"

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Synopsis for "Stagecoach Trail"

Western tale

Appearing in "The Showdown!"

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Wichita, Kansas 1874: Wyatt Earp is told that there is trouble with a cowboy named Shanghai Pierce. Earp then rides over to the find Pierce taking shots at an elderly prospector in the streets. Wyatt confronts the cowboy despite his warnings that he will shoot and easily disarms the man, beats him in a fist fight and drags into the saloon and orders to gather up his things and leave town or face being locked up.

Wyatt continues his rounds but when he comes back to the saloon he finds Pierce along with Ed Morrison and a gang of other cowboys. Morrison tells Wyatt that he and his boys are going to party up in the town anyway they like and nobody is going to stop them from doing so, not even the famous lawman. When he points out that they have Wyatt out gunned and that he is a coward, Wyatt seemingly stands back while they go on their way.

However, Earp ducks through the back door of the local general store and borrows a shotgun and then exits out the front to meet the passing cowboys in the street. Getting the drop on them, Earp orders Ed and his men to stand down. The following day Wyatt is challenged by a cowboy named George Peshaur who thinks Wyatt is a coward for not fighting it out one on one. Wyatt accepts the challenge and the two men are locked in the back room of the cigar shop to fight it out with nothing but their bare hands.

It sounds like a rough fight and the locals believe that Peshaur won when he comes out the door first until he keels over right away. Earp comes out standing telling the people that George got out first because he was trying to flee.

Appearing in "Black Bart! He Composed Rhymes to Fit His Crimes"

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Synopsis for "Black Bart! He Composed Rhymes to Fit His Crimes"

Western tale narrated by Wyatt Earp.

Appearing in "The Old Man!"

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Western tale.

Appearing in "The Mystery of the Missing Mustangs!"

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  • Steamboat rustlers.

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Synopsis for "The Mystery of the Missing Mustangs!"

With a string of cattle rustling local ranchers have asked Wyatt Earp to do something about the problem or be replaced as lawman. When Earp offers them his badge they call his bluff and ask him to solve the problem with him.

Wyatt begins investigating the most recent crime scene and follows the trail which abruptly stops at a river that ends with a waterfall, leaving Wyatt to wonder where the stolen stock could have been taken.

He decides to return to town and start questioning new comers to see if any of them begin to act suspicious. Sure enough one man at the Diamond Slipper Saloon takes offense to being questioned by Wyatt and tries to pick a fight. Wyatt easily defeats him, ripping open his shirt and revealing a boat anchor tattoo on the man's chest.

Having found a clue, he lets the man go and that night begins watching over the river. Sure enough the rustlers pass through with the stolen cattle and bring them to a steamboat that is being used to carry them up river without a trace.

Wyatt charges at the boat with guns blazing, forcing the crew to focus on him instead of piloting the ship and it gets dangerously close to the waterfall. Noticing this and being past the point of no return, the crew abandons ship and surrenders to Earp. On the way into town the man who fought Wyatt in the bar asks how he could have figured out their plan, Wyatt tells him the tattoo on his chest -- a sailors tattoo if there ever was one -- was what gave them away.

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