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Whilst making a silent film about the life of the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp, veteran actor 'Tom Mix' (Bruce Willis) discovers that the real Earp ('James Garner') is on the film set as a technical advisor. The two become friends, but when a murder takes place, the two become partners and set about tracking down the killer. Written by
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The Sunset (1988) title of this movie (which is about the making of a silent western) is the reverse of a real-life silent film directed by F.W. Murnau entitled "Sunrise" [aka Sunrise (1927)]. See more »
The final shot of the film shows an eastbound train leaving Pasadena and chugging into the sunset, which means that the sun is setting in the East. See more »
Whoever it was that called this film dry and dull deserves to be shot! Bruce Willis shines in this witty and hilarious "old western" that never got the recognition it deserved. Willis plays a tv cowboy who gets paired up with James Garner(Wyat Earp) who, unbelievable as it may seem, is even better than Willis! This unlikely duo causes riot after riot and just when it seems like u are totally lost in the film, they wrap it up with dignity and class. This film may not be "Die Hard", but in my opinion deserves just as much recognition!
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