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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 character of Alfie Alperin, played by Malcolm McDowell, was loosely based on Charles Chaplin. The Alperin character, like Chaplin, was a comic actor who became a director, producer, and studio head. Alperin's screen character of "The Happy Hobo" was based on Chaplin's "The Tramp". The movie was made and released four years before Richard Attenborough's film of Chaplin (1992). 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 »
I'm not exactly sure how many people actually like this film, but I for one think it's not half bad. While it is true that Bruce Willis isn't a very convincing Tom Mix, and the the film isn't overly exciting, James Garner does a great job as Wyatt Earp, and is reason enough alone to watch this. This movie sometimes gets mixed feelings, some hate it, some feel it's fair, and some like it. Give this a shot, especially if there isn't anything else on, you might like it.
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