CTVA US Western - "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp"  (Louis F. Edelman/ABC)(1955-61) starring Hugh O'Brian

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The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1955-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Dischley, Tom Alger, Rina Fox, Sal Crisanti
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://www.us.imdb.com)

Wyatt Earp (season 1) (ABC) (1955-1956)
Wyatt Earp (season 2) (ABC) (1956-1957)
Wyatt Earp (season 3) (ABC) (1957-1958)
Wyatt Earp (season 4) (ABC) (1958-1959)
Wyatt Earp (season 5) (ABC) (1959-1960)
Wyatt Earp (season 6) (ABC) (1960-1961)
 

Wyatt Earp Enterprises, Inc /Louis F.Edelman production (series)
616 Company production (pilot)
Filmed at Desilu Studios
(CLNA: Rita Edelman, Marian Sisk Stewart & Danny Thomas)
for
ABC (Tuesdays 8:30 pm EST)
Executive Producer Louis F.Edelman
Produced by Robert F. Sisk / Roy Roland

US Western series 1955-61    226 episodes x 30 min bw
 
starring
Hugh O'Brian as Wyatt Earp (1955-61)
recurring cast:
Alan Dinehart III ... Bat Masterson (1955-57)
Denver Pyle ... Ben Thompson (1955-56)
Hal Baylor ... Bill Thompson (1955-56)
Gloria Talbott ... Abbie Crandall (1955-56)
Don Haggerty ... Marsh Murdock (1955-56)
Douglas Fowley ... Doc Fabrique (1955-56)
Margaret Hayes ... Dora Hand (1955-56)
Lloyd Corrigan .... Ned Buntline* (1955-61)
*
Selmer Jackson .... Mayor Hoover (1956-57)
Rodd Redwing ... Mr. Brother (1956-57)
Paul Brinegar .... Jim "Dog" Kelly #1 (1956-58)
Rico Alaniz ... Mr. Cousin (1956-59)
Damian O'Flynn ... Judge Tobin (1956-59)
*
William Tannen .... Deputy Hal Norton (1957-58)
Carol Stone .... Kate Holliday (1957-58)
Douglas Fowley .... Doc Holliday (1957-61)
*
Ralph Sanford .... Jim "Dog" Kelly #2 (1958-59)
Morgan Woodward ... Shotgun Gibbs (1958-61)
*
Myron Healy... Doc Holliday (temporary) (1959)
Ross Elliott ... Virgil Earp (1959)
Lash La Rue ... Sheriff Johnny Behan #1 (1959)
*
Randy Stuart ... Nellie Cashman (1959-60)
Carol Thurston ... Emma Clanton (1959-1960)
*
Dirk London ... Morgan Earp (1959-61)
John Anderson ... Virgil Earp (1959-61)
Trevor Bardette ... Old Man Clanton (1959-61)
Steve Brodie .... Sheriff Johnny Behan #2(1959-61)
William Phipps .... Curley Bill Brocius (1959-61)
Damian O'Flynn .... Doc Goodfellow (1959-61)
Steve Rowland .... Phin Clanton (1959-61)
John Milford ... Ike Clanton (1959-61)
Rayford Barnes ... Ike Clanton (1959-61)
James Seay ... Judge Spicer (1959-61)
*
Britt Lomond ... Johnny Ringo (1960-61)
Stacy Harris .... Mayor Clum (1960-61)
Norman Alden ... Johnny Ringo (1961)

Premise:
Stories of the Marshall of Tombstone.

Directors Include:
 Frank McDonald, Paul Landres
*
Vocal Theme "The Legend of Wtatt Earp"
MSI Spencer-Hagen title song
music by Harry Warren
lyrics by Harold Adamson
performed by The Ken Darby Singers & Johnny Western

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