The real-life Earp wasn't quite that. While he did indeed serve as a lawman and he was one of the good guys in the famed
“The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp” ran for 221 episodes from 1955-61. At the time he was one of television’s great male sex symbols.
Google is a wonderful thing - and an incredible rabbit hole. I saw an image of Wyatt Earp's grave in a Jewish cemetery in
Facial hair history was made last week during a rousing International Mustache Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Pittsburgh City Hall, as the hallowed hall's second class was introduced by the leadership of the American Mustache Institute (AMI).
George and Dorothy, two charmingly happy Inuit, have plumped themselves down on an outside doorstep to smoke, cigarettes
To say this is a David versus Goliath battle is an understatement since Sac County has a population of 10,071, whereas ROR
When Wyatt Earp was Sheriff of Tombstone there was an ordinance in town that barred the public from carrying firearms in public. Citizens and visitors were required to check their weapons at the Sheriff's office or the Grand Hotel. If they did not, they faced imprisonment or fine or both.
It's a gorgeous spring day in Manhattan, which seems to have both actor Kevin Kline and writer-director Lawrence Kasdan restless.
Black Hats blends fact with fiction in its telling of the story involving an older Earp, the one who spent his last years
It's way too early to sort out the winners and the losers in the big budget showdown on Capitol Hill the last couple weeks. They're still extricating bodies from behind the hay bales of the Gunfight at the DC Corral and will be for months.
Whether most journalists have been willing to see it or not, John McCain is not a statesman, nor has he ever been. He's a petulant bomb thrower. He's Simon Cowell in a suit.
This isn't leadership. It's pandering. It's vilifying the voiceless while setting up the police to catch blame for implementing an ambiguous decree -- all the while terrorizing a third of Arizonians who are Latino. Weak. Cheap. Sniveling. Sycophantic.
When actors were seen as vermin, the object of our affections and repugnance were people with actual power: politicians. Politicians like Massa are just taking back their country from Hollywood.