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Comment from: Boyd Rahier

Last night I watched “Tombstone” (again) on the late movie and was taken with Val Kilmer’s (Doc Holliday) dialogue having to do with hypocrisy. I’m trying to locate the context in which it was used because there were a couple great lines. I’ve dabbled in screen writing for the lst 20 years – in my golden years, of course. Can you help me? Boyd R.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Nov 04, 2008 @ 11:18 PM
Comment from: josh  

Hi Boyd,

Doc’s quote “It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds” is from the scene at the end of the film where Wyatt visits Doc at his deathbed. Doc has just received last rites from a clergy even though Doc is irreligious (sacrilegious even?).

I searched youtube and found this clip (which I’ve hotlinked to the line in question):


Hope this helps,

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Nov 05, 2008 @ 12:51 AM
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