Story of a young Wyatt Earp before he became a lawman. When someone important to him is killed he sets out to find the one responsible. He is joined by some friends among whom are Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday.
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Nabil Ben Yadir
Peter Van den Begin,
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Old Wyatt Earp grumpily receives in a San Francisco luxury hotel suite petty Kansas newspaper reporter Conrad, who inquires about the reason for the special edition Colt he and some fellow lawmen received from the manufacturer. He gets the story of the accidental shooting of actress Dora at Dodge City, who slept in the house of the targeted mayor. Marshall Wyatt Earp and sheriff Bat Masterson braved the unwilling judge's ultimatum to set chase to murderer James 'Spike' Kenedy, like his kid brother Sam nearly untouchable son of rich, powerful rancher Mifflin Kenedy. They build a, elite posse, including Indian-raised scout Bill Tilghman, while Spike murders even a devout rancher who offered generous hospitality and builds his own trigger happy gang. Sam is caught as bait and virtually tortured by dentist Doc Holliday. A bloody shootout is inevitable.Written by
This is actually the second time Val Kilmer plays in a movie about Wyatt Earp. The previous movie is Tombstone from 1993, in which Kilmer plays Doc Holliday. See more »
Car tire tracks in grass when father confronts the sons about what happened and how the younger got shot. See more »
You have to understand the War Between the States. The war formed us, made us who we are. After killing your own cousins, your own brothers, killing strangers meant nothin'. Lawless times followed those long dark years.
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Apologies to Deadwood for any comparison. If you're just going to wave a western in front of a camera, a viewer has to ask the valid question - what's the point? Apparently all involved with this enterprise thought that superficial pretense could carry the day and ridin' around 'n ominous music would convey all ya need to know about some sort of story. The casting was positively ludicrous. Every one of the twenties something pampered southern Cal principles here looked fresh out of a shower and the makeup trailer, and I'm telling you, dentistry in the late 1800s must have been pretty cutting edge with all those pearly whites on display. A very lame and uninteresting production that wasn't even worthy of having Val Kilmer snoringly narrate the tale with innumerable pregnant pauses, but maybe having Timothy Olyphant and John Hawkes lookalikes was supposed to make up for all it's low budget deficiencies. A real poser. Bleh.
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