Without a doubt, this was one of the best Westerns of the early 1930's! Water Huston and Harry Carey star in this thinly disguised tale of Wyatt Earp's exploits in Tombstone, Arizona. Lots of gun-slingin' action resulted in almost everybody dying in the end - including Harry Carey. You knew Carey's career in "A" Westerns was starting to phase out when he died in a picture. The story was based on a novel by W.R. Burnett, and the screenplay was penned by Walter Huston's son, John Huston. The film has a supporting cast that included Walter Brennan and Andy Devine. There were light surface creases, the typical fold lines and some minor scuffing before the poster was professionally paper-backed, rendering these imperfections very hard to detect.