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    Default Finally bought Wyatt Earp

    Ive been looking for this thing used for ever and finally found it.

    This is one of my favorite movies. I like it much better than Tombstone with Kurt Russel.

    Dennis Quaid is AWESOME as Doc Holliday. He is one of my alltime favorite characters!
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    Wyatt Earp was a complete snore for me. But I love Tombstone and if you love one, you can't even respect the other... haha
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    I dug Tombstone much more as well.

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    I like 'em and have 'em both.
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    One is more action (Tombstone), while the other tells more of the life story.

    I personally liked both.
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    Originally posted by avelanchefan
    One is more action (Tombstone), while the other tells more of the life story.

    I personally liked both.
    Ditto!:)
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