"The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" (TV series)
I found this great shootout in the TV series "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," in the episode "Shoot to Kill," which first aired Oct. 18, 1960, early in the show's sixth and final season. By "great" I mean mainly that the shootout showcases the famous movie rocks of the Iverson Ranch in spectacular fashion. The whole thing plays out in the Iverson Gorge, which is most of what you're seeing in the above screen shot.
"One Foot in Hell" (1960)
I want to make sure readers can get a sense of what Wyatt Earp Rock was all about, because it was a magnificent feature and didn't get as much airtime as it deserved. To make matters worse, the whole rock cluster was destroyed after Iverson shut down as a working movie ranch — a casualty of the development of the Iverson Gorge. The above shot, in which Wyatt Earp Rock is seen behind and to the left of the riders, comes from the widescreen 20th Century-Fox Western "One Foot in Hell" — one of the few productions that did justice to Wyatt Earp Rock.
clicking here. (If you go there, the "One Foot in Hell" material is at the bottom of a long post about cabins in the Gorge.)
Three Ages Rock and the remains of the D-Train in modern times