Tombstone: The Town too Tough to Die (1942)

06/13/1942 (US) Western 1h 16m
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The Bullet-Riddled Story Of The Man Too Tough For Dodge City!

Overview

Uneven version of Wyatt Earp vs. the Clanton Gang with a little romance thrown in haphazardly.

  1. William C. McGann

    Director

  2. Albert S. Le Vino

    Screenplay

  3. Edward E. Paramore Jr.

    Screenplay

  4. Dean Riesner

    Story

  5. Charles Reisner

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Richard Dix

    Richard Dix

    Wyatt Earp

  2. Kent Taylor

    Kent Taylor

    Doc Holliday

  3. Edgar Buchanan

    Edgar Buchanan

    Curly Bill Brocious

  4. Frances Gifford

    Frances Gifford

    Ruth Grant

  5. Rex Bell

    Rex Bell

    Virgil Earp

  6. Harvey Stephens

    Harvey Stephens

    Morgan Earp

  7. Victor Jory

    Victor Jory

    Ike Clanton

  8. Don Castle

    Don Castle

    Johnny Duane

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Status Released

Original Language English

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Content Score

56

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