Sep. 06, 1955
30 min.
ABC TV Network

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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp - 02x17 Shootin' Woman

2x17 Shootin' Woman

First Aired: Jan. 01, 1957 on ABC
Summary: -

Robbers target an old woman for the gold she supposedly has hidden on her property.

Main Characters in this Episode

Guest Stars

Mrs. Jane McGill played by Ellen Corby
Effie McGill played by Carol Nugent
Bat Masterson played by Mason Alan Dinehart
Hap Dorsett played by Alan Wells
Deputy Hal Norton played by William Tannen
Barfly played by Phil Schumacher
Barfly played by Buddy Roosevelt
Hogan played by Mike Ragan

Episode Quotes

Narrator: [Opening Narration] Women on the frontier when Wyatt Earp was Marshal of Dodge City in 1876 had long been accustomed to scenes of violence and gunplay. But aside from tough showoffs like Calamity Jane, Belle Starr, and Pearl Hart, women rarely carried a gun or used one, and then only in desperation. The circumstances that turned Mrs. Jane McGill into a shooting woman were unusual and she became one of the most serious problems Marshal Earp tried to handle.
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