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Why I'd Like To Be Val Kilmer in Tombstone

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Wyatt Earp might be the lead, but the infirm Doc Holliday is the real hero, an educated, elegant gunslinger who – most importantly, for a long-term invalid such as Scott Jordan Harris – makes chronic illness look good. 621 more words


Review: Doc by Mary Doria Russell

I’ve always enjoyed stories of the American west and southwest, specifically spaghetti westerns. I used to watch such movies with my grandpa and dad when I was a kid. 611 more words



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White Sands

To fully complete our Wild Wild West part of the road trip, we swung by the O.K. Corral down in Tombstone, Arizona. C finally got a gun to complete his cowboy outfit and loved to get all donned up first thing in the morning upon waking up. 206 more words

Movie #247- My Darling Clementine

Year: 1946
Genre: Western
Country: USA
Directed by: John Ford
Screenplay by: Samuel G. Engel & Winston Miller from a story by Sam Hellman. Based on the book “Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshall” by Stuart N. 968 more words