A hollywood historical account of Tombstone, Arizona’s famed “Shootout at the O.K. Corral” and the events that led up to it

. Tension between “the Law” and “the Cowboys” stirs as the Cowboys, led by “Curly Bill” Broscius, accuse the Earps (Wyatt, Virgil, and Morgan) and their outlaw/gambler associate “Doc” Holliday of interefering with their operations inside and outside of town. While fairly accurate in depicting the Earps and Cowboys lifestyles and the Earp/Holliday side of the story, the film leaves out one major point of fact. Historically, the Earps/holliday are accused by the Cowboys (aka the Clanton/MacLaurey gang) of being generally corrupt and specifically responsible for a Wells Fargo robbery which left a man dead and the coach cleaned out. The Earps/Holliday in turn accuse the Clanton/MacLaurey’s of the same. Tempers rise over this situation as well as over a court decision finding the Earps not guilty.


Title: Tombstone

Release Date: 1993

Genres: Action, Drama, Western

    Directors: Cosmatos, George P.


  • Russell, Kurt as Wyatt Earp
  • Kilmer, Val as Doc Holliday
  • Elliott, Sam as Virgil Earp
  • Paxton, Bill as Morgan Earp
  • Boothe, Powers as Curly Bill Brocious
  • Biehn, Michael as Johnny Ringo
  • Heston, Charlton as Henry Hooker
  • Priestley, Jason as Deputy Billy Breckinridge
  • Tenney, Jon as John Behan, Cochise County Sheriff
  • Lang, Stephen as Ike Clanton
  • Church, Thomas Haden as Billy Clanton
  • Delany, Dana as Josephine Marcus
  • Malcomson, Paula as Allie Earp
  • Collins, Lisa as Louisa Earp
  • Wheeler-Nicholson, Dana as Mattie Blaylock Earp, aka Celia Maddon

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