The day-by-day inside story of the making of Tombstone (1993) as told to the author by those who were there--actors, extras, crew members, Buckaroos, historians and everyone in between. Historical context that inspired Kevin Jarre's screenplay is included. Production designers, cameramen, costume designers, composers, illustrators, screenwriter, journalists, set dressers, prop masters, medics, stuntmen and many others share their recollections--many never-before-told--of filming this epic Western.
About the Author
Retired automotive executive John Farkis, is an historian and lifelong fan of the cinema. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines and on NPR and other radio programs. He lives in South Lyon, Michigan.