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Widder, SASS #59054

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At the end of Tombstone, a narrator tells everyone about Wyatt's death year and those attending the funeral.

 

The narrator mentions William S. Hart and Tom Mix (I think).

 

Anyhow, what is the last line that he says?

 

Everytime I watch that movie on TV, I can't figure out what is said.

 

Thanks

 

 

..........Widder

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At the end of Tombstone, a narrator tells everyone about Wyatt's death year and those attending the funeral.

 

The narrator mentions William S. Hart and Tom Nix (I think).

 

Anyhow, what is the last line that he says?

 

Everytime I watch that movie on TV, I can't figure out what is said.

 

Thanks

 

 

..........Widder and Tom Mix cried.

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"The Red Sash Cowboy Gang was broken forever. Ike Clanton was shot and killed two years later during an attempted robbery. Mattie died of a drug overdose shortly after she left Tombstone. Virgil and Allie Earp moved to California where Virgil, despite the use of only one arm, became a town sheriff. Wyatt and Josephine embarked on a series of adventures. Up or down, thin or flush, in 47 years they never left each other's side. Wyatt Earp died in Los Angeles in 1929. Among the pallbearers at his funeral, were early western stars William S. Hart and Tom Mix. Tom Mix wept."

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Thanks Pards.

 

NOW it makes sense.

 

A good part of my hearing disability is word recognition and no matter how many times I watch that movie and listen closely at the ending, I kept thinking he was saying:

 

'Tom Mix the west'. 'wept' makes sense now.

 

Thanks again

 

 

..........Widder

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it makes sense too :D

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Thanks Caliope.

 

I got it right when I used it the 2nd time but didn't catch it earlier in my post.

 

p.s. -nice smile.... :)

 

 

..........Widder

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turn english subtitles on when this comes up . I had a heck of a time with the Russian accent of John Malkovich in Rounders and so that's what I did.

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