Directed by: John Ford
Starring: Cathy Downs, Henry Fonda, Linda Darnell, Victor Mature
Genres: Drama, Western
Corrected entry: Doc Holiday was not wounded at the OK Corral. Virgil and Morgan Earp were the only lawmen shot.
Correction: Doc was slightly wounded at the so called OK Corral fight (it never happened in the OK Corral). He was hit by a bullet, fired by Frank McLaury, on his scabbard resulting in a superficial wound on his hip.
Corrected entry: In the scene at the OK Corral, Doc Holliday is not wearing boots. He fights in his socks.
Correction: Not a mistake. Wyatt walked head-on toward the corral with two townsmen while his brother and Doc crept around the buildings to flank it. One of them cautioned the other not to step on a nail in his sock feet - presumably they were trying to be quiet on the boardwalks.
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Wyatt Earp: Mac, have you ever been in love?Mac the Barman: No. I've been a bartender all my life.
The film has the Earps arriving in Tombstone whilst on a cattle drive, however, the Earps were never cowboys. They were lawmen and gamblers. It also depicts Virgil being killed, who in fact lived until October 1905.