Old movies really aren't that bad, at least not old westerns. It's like they were made to be old. Back when they made this movie they probably didn't need a set the same way they need today, everything looked like it did back then like it did back then. Dusty, dry; wild.
This movie is a little special since it's a bit of a documentary on one of the many legendary shootouts of the wild west, with Doc Holiday & Wyatt Earp and a bunch of other less known people. The movie moves at a rather slow pace, and the action is all but intense, but it's got that gritty slow brutal style that all good Westerns have. It's a change of pace, a drama, a series of events that lead to a grand finale. And then, bang, the bad guys die. You know how it goes, right? I should watch more of these! :)
rated 4/5: fo shizzle