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"LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hugh O'Brian, who shot to fame as Sheriff Wyatt Earp in what was hailed as television's first adult Western, has died. A representative from HOBY, a philanthropic organization O'Brian founded, says he died at home Monday morning in Beverly Hills. [...] The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp debuted in September 1955, most TV Westerns — The Lone Ranger, ''Hopalong Cassidy, the singing cowboys' series — were aimed at adolescent boys. 'If we were doing Westerns with the chase and the fights that last endlessly, and the sheriff's daughter in sunbonnet and calico and the Wanted posters ... we wouldn't reach the audience we reach each week,' O'Brian once said. In the 1958-59 season, Westerns accounted for an incredible seven out of the top 10 U.S. television series, including No. 1 'Gunsmoke' and No. 2 'Wagon Train,' with 'Wyatt Earp' at No. 10. Late in his career,", www.sfgate.com
"Handsome, square-jawed and athletic, the dark-haired O’Brian appeared in a string of movies and TV anthology series in the years before he became a star portraying the real-life Old West peace officer on “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp,” which ran on ABC from 1955 to 1961.", www.seattletimes.com
"Actor Hugh O’Brian, most known for playing Wyatt Earp on television, died Monday in his Beverly Hills home. He was 91. O’Brian earned success in his role of titular lawman Earp in The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp from 1955 to 1961. During his time on the hit series, the performer founded the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) in 1958 to establish a new generation of leaders in the volunteer and service fields. To date, over 470,000 people have participated in the leadership programs the organization offers. ", www.ew.com
"Hugh O'Brian, who shot to fame as Sheriff Wyatt Earp in what was hailed as television's first adult Western, has died. He was 91.A representative from HOBY, a philanthropic organization O'Brian founded, says he died at home Monday morning in Beverly Hills.", wjla.com
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