Henry Fonda, Linda Darnell, Victor Mature, Cathy Downs
John Ford (Director), Sam Hellman (Story), Samuel G. Engel (Screenplay), Winston Miller (Screenplay)
Release: Dec. 3rd, 1946
Runtime: 1 hour, 37 minutes
Wyatt Earp and his brothers Morgan and Virgil ride into Tombstone and leave brother James in charge of their cattle herd. On their return they find their cattle stolen and James dead. Wyatt takes on the job of town marshal, making his brothers deputies, and vows to stay in Tombstone until James' killers are found. He soon runs into the brooding, coughing, hard-drinking Doc Holliday as well as the sullen and vicious Clanton clan. Wyatt discovers...
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During his work as marshal, Wyatt runs up against Doc Holliday (Victor Mature) and finds himself drawn into the conflict between Holliday and his former flame, Clementine (Cathy Downs).
Though I'd already seen Tombstone and therefore had a fair bit of familiarity with the real-life exploits of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday (albeit filtered through the sensibilities of a 1990s Western), My Darline Clementine still deserves some consideration on the basis of it being Western legend For....