Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell, both played Wyatt Earp, would star together in 3000 Miles to Graceland. See more »
In the beginning of the movie, the Earp boys are in a cornfield. It is tall and green, and planted in rows, clearly the work of a modern corn planter. Corn in the mid 1800s would have been spindly, and planted by hand in "hills" not rows. See more »
What's wrong with you?
What is wrong with me? What have you got? I am dying of tuberculosis. I sleep with the nastiest whore in Kansas. Everyone who knows me hates me, and every morning I wake up surprised that I have to spend another day in this piss-hole world. (To onlookers) All you can kiss my rebel dick!
Not everyone who knows you hates you, Doc.
I know it's not always easy being my friend, but I'll be there when you need me.
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In the USA, Wyatt Earp was also Released on LaserDisc and VHS Expanded Edition. Both had a Running Time of 212 Minutes (3Hrs 32 Minutes) See more »
in some people's criticisms of the flick I usually see "he was dull" or "he didn't give the character life," and I have to disagree. In actuality he gave the best rendition of the real Wyatt Earp and his life. The movie is a biopic, and for historians like myself it served its purpose, in showing the life and true personality of a figure Hollywood overglamourized. Wyatt Earp was not the type to dance in the snow and was indeed a cold hearted SOB. I prefer this to Tombstone and no doubt Costner was better than Russell. And actually Quaid was the better Doc. I wouldn't say it was a classic movie and spaghetti western versions of the story might be more "entertaining," however the darkness of Costner's movie is chilling and is the version that gets more replay value from me.
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