Doc Holliday (1971)
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Critic Reviews for Doc Holliday
Director Perry is only moderately capable of handling the talents in a film which is either meditative or boring, depending on how it is viewed.
A strange and enjoyable little take on an oft-told tale.
In an effort to be ultra-realistic while breaking every convention associated with the thoroughly romanticized legend of Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp, Doc forgot a few things along the way - like how to be entertaining, how to offer up characters we
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Audience Reviews for Doc Holliday
131105: I found Keach and Yulin a bit too stoic in their acting. They were extremely stiff almost to the point of being clumsy. But, I fully enjoyed this film. Fairly modern standards with nice costuming. An entertaining take on the infamous shoot-out. Recommended.
One of the best versions of the classic Doc Holiday & Wyatt Earp story. Stacy Keach is awesome as always. One of the favorites of the Coen Brothers.
Interesting take on the Earp/Holiday legend. A fairly accurate portrayal of Wyatt, but in the process, the most interesting character Doc Holiday, gets too soft.