Wyatt Earp Analysis

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“Tombstone”, the Wonderful Western About Wyatt Earp “You’ve called down the thunder, well now you’ve got it,” yelled Wyatt Earp to the cowboys, in the movie about his life, called Tombstone. As you can tell by Wyatt Earp’s famous quote, Tombstone is a violent, interesting, and crazy movie. Tombstone is a movie full of fighting, death, reckless cowboys, guns, and more, in the city of Tombstone. It is attention grabbing, and once you start watching it, you won’t ever want to stop. Although Tombstone is usually upbeat and full of fighting, it does have sad moments. Overall, this movie is about Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and Doc Holliday’s crazy experiences and adventures in Tombstone, Arizona. Wyatt Earp and his two brothers, Virgil and Morgan, along with their wives move to Tombstone, which starts off the beginning of this movie. As soon as they arrive, they encounter trouble at a local saloon, the Oriental. Quickly, they settle the trouble and start making money, like they planned. Soon, they meet up with Doc Holliday, a drunk with smoking issues, who is usually gambling. Wyatt Earp slowly falls in love with an actress named Josephine, but he still has a wife, addicted to drugs. In Tombstone, there is cowboy trouble, and these cowboys love to go around and cause trouble, which includes killing people. Doc and the Earps try to settle this trouble, but it only causes more. The Earps and Doc meet the cowboys for a showdown, and they kill many cowboys, but they weren’t seriously

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