Wyatt Earp
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American Frontier Universe American Frontier Basic Series Wyatt Earp
Name:Wyatt Earp
Series:American Frontier
Subseries:Basic Series
Manufacturer:DSI
Manufacturer #:25326
Year Released:1994
Height:8 inches
Genres:Real World, Western

Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp "Wyatt Earp"
Born March 19, 1848
Died January 13, 1929

Wyatt Earp was born in Illinois and as a young man he worked as a teamster, buffalo hunter, and policeman in Missouri and Kansas. Earp won fame as a gunfighter in the American West. In 1880 he moved to Tombstone, Arizona with his two brothers Virgil and Morgan and a family friend by the name of John "Doc" Holliday. They became involved in a political dispute with the Clanton family and this dispute led to the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral on October 26, 1881. Billy Clanton, Frank McLarty and Tom McLarty were all killed in the shoot-out. In the vendetta that followed the gunfight, Morgan Earp was murdered and Wyatt Earp retaliated by killing three members of the Clanton gang.
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DrFrankenMike -
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
I gotta say, these figures look amazing! They have continued where Mego left off on their American West series, and you have to admit, they have kept the spirit of Mego alive. If only I could get ahold of one of those figures, being a Western fan and all...
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