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Writer (WGA):
Leon Prochnik (written by)
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Release Date:
7 December 1992 (USA) See more »
Ernest decides to go to Tombstone for opening a eyeglasses store,but soon discovers that nobody trusts him. After helping Wyatt rid the town of Doom Brothers via the shooting,Albright's eyeglasses is really successful. | Add synopsis »
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Nice, predictable mushy romance. See more (1 total) »


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Judge Reinhold ... Earnest Allbright

Patricia Clarkson ... Lucy Laughton

Dan Hedaya

M. Emmet Walsh

Dennis Burkley ... Luke Doom

John Schuck

Jon Gries (as Jonathan Gries)
Jake Dengel
William Duff-Griffin

Austin Pendleton

Fred Ward ... Wyatt Earp
Shane McCabe ... Doc Wilson
Neal Thomas ... Leroy Doom
Billy Joe Patton ... Leander Doom
Bill Getzwiller ... Len Doom (as Bill Getzwiler)
Bryn Pryor ... Young Man
Larry Sollar ... Conductor #1 (as Larry Soller)

Sanford Gibbons ... Conductor #2 (as Sandy Gibbons)
Mildred Brion ... Mrs. Whitney
Mike Casper ... Butcher
Douglas Deane ... Undertaker
Douglas Cotner ... Passenger #1 (as Doug Cotner)
Robert Guajardo ... Passenger #2
Ed Adams ... Townsperson
Grace Keagy ... Crowd Member #1
Edgar Justice ... Crowd Member #2
Jack Dunlap ... Crowd Member #3
John Graff ... Crowd Member #4
Samuel Hernández ... Crowd Member #5
Sam Smiley ... Man with Poster
Richard Glover ... Jim Bryer
Jan Sandwich ... Woman Onlooker
Walter Lipsky ... Preacher
Mark DeMichele ... Baggage Handler (as Mark DeMichelle)
Ann Risley ... Saloon Hostess
Kathy Fitzgerald ... Dancehall Girl #1
Margie Ghigo ... Dancehall Girl #2
Nicole Prochnik ... Dancehall Girl #3
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Forry Smith ... Lorne Doom (as Forrie Smith)

Directed by
Piers Haggard 
Writing credits
Leon Prochnik (written by)

Produced by
James Margellos .... co-producer
Salli Newman .... producer
Edgar J. Scherick .... executive producer
Original Music by
David Shire 
Cinematography by
Anthony B. Richmond 
Film Editing by
Trudy Ship 
Casting by
Marsha Kleinman 
Production Design by
Michael Baugh 
Costume Design by
Victoria J. Auth 
Production Management
Mitch Engel .... executive in charge of production
James Margellos .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sanford Hampton .... second assistant director
Donald Hauer .... first assistant director (as Don Hauer)
Art Department
Craig Cheply .... scenic artist
Star Fields .... construction coordinator
John Garrett .... on set dresser
Larry D. Koszakovszky .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Gary Cunningham .... sound mixer
Jeremy Hoenack .... re-recording mixer
Michael Payne .... sound supervisor
Don Zenz .... utility sound (as Donald Zenz)
Camera and Electrical Department
Mansur Johnson .... grip
Rory Robert Knepp .... first assistant camera
Alvin Simmons .... key grip
Clifton Dance .... electrician (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Susanne Gervay .... negative cutter
Music Department
Lori Slomka .... music editor
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Other crew
Robyn Britton .... production coordinator
Matthew LeDoux .... extra talent
Karen Penazek .... choreographer
Scott Robertson Price .... key production assistant
Alyssa L. Wittenberg .... assistant production coordinator

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • TNT (1992) (USA) (TV) (premiere)

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92 min
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8 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Nice, predictable mushy romance., 19 January 2001
Author: jenn-74 from Edinburgh, Scotland

I like Judge Reinhold, and I like men who wear glasses, and I like slushy romances, and I like predictable westerns with soft heroes who turn out to be more than they at first appear and plucky heroines who also turn out to be more than they appear. It's sort of like "Support your Local Optometrist" but without James Garner (shame); but with Judge Reinhold (yeah!). If you like all those things too you should like this film. :)

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