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Doc was very classy, Val Nailed it, I know it doesn't look like it in my avatar but my doctor's wife was going to Tombstone so they rented "Tombstone" and this doc kept saying..."who's is that, who is that, he looks exactly like someone I know, he said he couldn't sleep until he figured it out when he watched it again (You can't see it too many times) he said "Thats Wes...Me, I don't see it but when I got older I guess I do...I'm Fameless!
Wyatt Earp and Doc H had to regulate!
Thumbmail looks like edgar Allen poe
The documentary said that it wasn’t real
I'm your huckleberry.
i'm your huckleberry
Val got robbed. The studio behind Tombstone thought the movie was a Turkey and didn't submit it for consideration for the Oscars. Or so I heard.
3:45 I thought that was Charlie sheen
I understand he didn't like blacks, and killed more than few. But no where near as many as his fellow southerner, John Wesley Harden, for whom a great many of his more than 40 plus kills were black males. Harden, while a teenager once killed a black for "sassing his pappy", LOL!
Val Kilmer looks like Cock Holliday now!
whoa! he shot in the general direction of some “black boys?” why...he should be eradicated from history, doxed, fired, ridiculed, and his name chiseled from all stone and hieroglyphics!!
He was a thug.
It is unlikely that Docs only kill would be McLaury.It seems he had enough confidence and competence to have survived a few battles.Bravado is one thing but putting it into practice, like he did at the OK Coral and with Ringo speaks to certain level of accomplishment and self belief that would be hard to carry without some substantial victory behind him.And, I think the Val Kilmer interpretation was the best.
Tombstone is a tourist trap but I loved it, had a great time.
A sad story for Doc... But a great story...
Drunk piano player,he's probably seeing double.."Well I have two guns,one for each of yer"
Quite an eye opener !👍
Ayyyyyyeeeeee that’s my great great great uncle right there!
You know Fredrick "Fuckin" Chopan. love it!!!!
I have two guns one for each of ya
Val Kilmer had the better lines, but Dennis Quaid came closer to matching his personality.
Tombstone had the best Doc Holiday. Val Kilmer nailed it.
It wasn't a dusty street. It was a dirt road bruh
Haha! One of the Mexicans, during the shootout is wearing a more formal/ceremonial (black) sombrero, cutting corners or laziness by production staff.
Doc: Remember Johnny you said play'in for bloodRingo: I was foolin aboutDoc: I was'nt
That sickness sounds like HIV
It was TB.
I have no idea if Val Kilmer portrayed Doc accurately, but he took over the screen just like the wicked witch of the West took over scenes she was in during "the wizard of Oz."
14:06 I didn't know they had plastic water bottles back then
Yea because any of you idiots were there!
That's one loyal woman, respect to her seriously. 👏
The Doc in this looks more like the Morgan Earp (Bill Paxton) in Tombstone
These historians and experts of the West always make me chuckle. Dressing as though they are actually living in the period and thinking they are cowboys. Literally children who grew up reading about the West and never grew out of it. They need to grow up.
I'll be damned. This is funny!
For all the rdr2 fans i feel like Arthur Morgans story sounds a bit like doc holiday besides the dentist part lol but mostly i say because he was an outlaw and a hero.
That Peter, historian, was in the movie Tombstone!
Uh. The Doc vs the Blankbunch. Nice. 🙂
Ok corral the dude at 31 minutes when he says Doc may have committed his first murder during that gun fight, why Ed Bailey are we crossed?
Ed Bailey didn't die from Doc stabbing him.
Val Kilmer was the best Holiday. Much better than Quaid.
Jeannie Michaels - Women luvvvvvvvv Val Kilmer (or at least did). This goes for his role as Batman, too. :)
Doc did a number in poor Matties head- she went to the grave waiting for him,disguising it with a marriage to God himself as a nun- Big nose kale on the other hand, fell upside down and over for the southern dentist/gunslinger
He actually practiced dentistry illegally, but, whatever...
I loved both Dennis Quaid and Called Killer as Doc Holiday. My opinion is that they both stole the show portraying him
Spin the cup...spin the cup. That's a thug move!
It takes hard men for hard times..
Man said, "i will rip it out, or blow it off, your choice.."
Doc how the hell are you? Wyatt I am rolling
Doc: "In vino veritas".Johnny: "Age quod agis".Doc: "Credat judeaus Apella. Non ego".Johnny: "Eventus sultorum magister".Doc: "Pace requiescata".
"Infinitus est numerus stultorum!"
That's Latin, darlin', evidently Mr. Ringo here's an educated man. ......Now I really hate him.
I never even watched that mockery with Costner and Quaid. And I like them both, but after "Tombstone", I was like, "Nope, can't do it!"
They rode upon the Earth, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Being among them, we knew their names well ----Conquest, Pestilence, War and Death.The one we feared most, came fourth and rode a Pale Horse.
LEONIDAS yes on tombstone About Wyatt Earp
Regarding Doc's accuracy, or lack thereof, commented on at about 23:18, you have to refer back to an earlier comment from the documentary: this was a man who drank about two quarts of whiskey a day. He was drunk most of the time he was awake. I'd imagine his accuracy suffered a bit as a consequence. He certainly seems to have shot accurately enough at the famed gunfight at the OK Corral.
Kilmer was robbed of an Oscar for his role
I suspect that Doc Holiday traded in Dentistry for the Faro table rather than the Poker table. From what I have gathered Faro was the most chosen game of chance of that era as opposed to poker.
He played both
He didn't kill the kid
"I'm your huckleberry..."
I heard you never got found with that young boy.
When Val Kilmer taunts him with the tea cup I laugh every time!
John Henry "Doc" Holliday (August 14, 1851 - November 8, 1887) was an American gambler, gunfighter, and dentist. He is best known for his role in the events leading up to and following the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. He developed a reputation as having killed more than a dozen men in various altercations, but modern researchers have concluded that, contrary to popular myth-making, Holliday killed only one or two men. Holliday's colorful life and character have been depicted in many books and portrayed by well-known actors in numerous movies and television series.
Val Kilmer was the best performer!
So far Tombstone is the best Western movie ever!! Great Crew.
" Quigley Down Under " is the best -----
Sorry, but you don't cast a guy with a double chin to portray Doc Holliday.
A proud Georgian
I would like to thinkDr Holliday and Iare friends.He is remembered tothe Heavenly Father inprayer to this very day.John you can restor be an Angel of God.It didn't hurt that throughout his life he had the prayers of Maddie who had become a Nun.See ya round John Henry.Thanks for being a friend.+Rich+ 🍀
I'm your huckleberry
I loved Dennis Quaid as Doc and I love Wyatt Earp movie better than Tombstone movie
@Sexx Shooter -- IMHO - Dennis Quaid as Holliday is probably more closer to portraying him than Val Kilmer.
IndianaJoe0321 I don’t know probably because I saw Wyatt Earp first then when I saw Tombstone it didn’t touch me like Wyatt Earp did but this is funny..my dad loves Tombstone more than he like Wyatt Earp even tho he’ll watch both but he prefers Tombstone and it’s because of him I even saw Tombstone
Why do you prefer Wyatt Earp over Tombstone?
("I'll be damn this is funny ")
"You're a daisy if you do"
get on with it. test me.
you are what?