- , line art
- , colourist
- , letterer
- Daniel B. Ullman, scripter (movie writer)
- Paul S. Newman, scripter (comic adaptation)
- Bob Jenney, line art
- Ben Oda, letterer
- First print
Four Color (Dell, 1942 series) #820 (June 1957) — The Oklahoman
- Also printed
Gunfire Giant Edition (Jubilee, 1964? series) #4 ([1965?]) — The Oklahoman
Heroes of the West Giant Edition (Jubilee, 1969) #39-71 (November 1969) — The Oklahoman
Dr. John Brighton settles in Cherokee Wells after his wife dies giving birth to his daughter. Five years later, big cattleman Cass Dobie is trying to run off the smaller ranchers and makes an enemy of the Doctor. Cass Dobie suspects there is oil on Indian Charlie Smith's property. He sends his brother Mel to take a sample for analysis, but Smith sees him and Mel tries to shoot him. Smith kills him with a knife and Cass Dobie vows revenge. Dr. Brighton has to keep Smith safe from Cass until the inquest.
The original printing of this story was 32 pages.
The indicia for this issue is not recorded. The identified publisher might be an associated or parent company, rather than the specific listed publisher.