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Location: Home > Movies > Tombstone (27 WAVs Found)

tmstn-anymore.wav
Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday ... "Does this mean we're not friends anymore?"

Length
00:02
Filesize
22k

tmstn-bottle.wav
Johnny Ringo's Liquor Bottle Breaking

Length
00:01
Filesize
8k

tmstn-burst.wav
Doc Holliday ... "Why Ed Bailey, you look like you're just about ready to burst."

Length
00:03
Filesize
35k

tmstn-callmecb.wav
Powers Boothe as Curly Bill Brocious ... "They call me Curly Bill Brocious".

Length
00:02
Filesize
21k

tmstn-can'tsee.wav
Bill Paxton as Morgan Earp ... "You know what I said about seeing a light when you die? That ain't true. I can't see a damn thing."

Length
00:07
Filesize
78k

tmstn-coffin.wav
Johnny Ringo Knocking Over Some Coffins

Length
00:03
Filesize
34k

tmstn-deranged.wav
Doc Holliday ... "Well, I suppose I'm deranged, but I guess I'll just have to call. Cover your ears darlin'.."

Length
00:08
Filesize
86k

tmstn-founder.wav
Curly Bill ... "I'm what you might call the... founder of the feast."

Length
00:04
Filesize
39k

tmstn-god-have.wav
Curly Bill ... "I tell you boys even I'm worried what's gonna happen once Ringo runs this outfit. God have mercy!"

Length
00:05
Filesize
50k

tmstn-guilty.wav
Harry Carey Jr. as Tombstone Marshall ... "Tell you one thing though. I never saw a rich man didn't wind up with a guilty conscience."
Wyatt Earp ... "I already got a guilty conscience. Might as well have the money too."

Length
00:10
Filesize
103k

tmstn-guts.wav
Michael Biehn as Johnny Ringo ... "Ain't any of ya got the guts to play for blood?"

Length
00:02
Filesize
22k

tmstn-huckle-1.wav
Doc Holliday ... "I'm your Huckleberry.

Length
00:01
Filesize
10k

tmstn-hurts.wav
Wyatt Earp ... "Hurts, don't it?"

Length
00:03
Filesize
30k

tmstn-its-over.wav
Wyatt Earp ... "I want you to know it's over."

Length
00:02
Filesize
19k

tmstn-kiddin'.wav
Curly Bill ... "I ain't kiddin' neither."

Length
00:01
Filesize
9k

tmstn-knees.wav
Curly Bill ... "Somebody get this spic on his knees."

Length
00:02
Filesize
20k

tmstn-miss-doc.wav
Wyatt Earp ... "I miss Doc. I miss that old rip.
Sam Elliott as Virgil Earp ... "I don't."

Length
00:04
Filesize
38k

tmstn-my-game.wav
Doc Holliday ... "That's just my game."

Length
00:01
Filesize
13k

tmstn-nexttime.wav
Curly Bill ... "So next time we come... you better step aside."

Length
00:04
Filesize
45k

tmstn-notbear.wav
Doc Holliday ... "You know Ed, if I thought you weren't my friend, I just don't think I could bear it."

Length
00:06
Filesize
66k

tmstn-nowain't.wav
Curly Bill ... "Now ain't the time."

Length
00:01
Filesize
12k

tmstn-opening.wav
Robert Mitchum as Narrator ... "Eighteen seventy-nine. The Civil War is over, and the resulting economic explosion spurs the great migration West. Farmers, ranchers, prospectors, killers and thieves seek their fortunes. Cattle drovers turn cow towns into armed camps, with murder rates higher than those of modern day New York or Los Angeles. Out of this chaos comes legendary lawman Wyatt Earp, retiring his badge and gun to start a peaceful life with his family. Earp's friend John, "Doc" Holliday, a Southern gentleman turned gunman and gambler also travels West, hoping the dry climate will relieve his tuberculosis. Silver is discovered in Arizona. Tombstone becomes queen of the boom towns, where the latest Paris fashions are sold from the backs of wagons. Attracted to this atmosphere of greed over one hundred exiled Texas outlaws band together to form the ruthless gang recognized by the red sashes they wear. They emerge as the earliest example of
organized crime in America. They call themselves... the Cowboys."

Length
01:08
Filesize
731k

tmstn-rightnow.wav
Johnny Ringo ... "I want your blood. And I want your souls. And I want 'em both right now."

Length
00:08
Filesize
90k

tmstn-sissyboy.wav
Johnny Ringo ... "Sissyboy should've stuck around."

Length
00:03
Filesize
34k

tmstn-slugs.wav
Johnny Ringo ... "You wretched slugs."

Length
00:02
Filesize
20k

tmstn-smells.wav
Johnny Ringo ... "Smells like someone died."

Length
00:02
Filesize
19k

tmstn-wecross.wav
Doc Holliday ... "Why Ed Bailey, we cross?"

Length
00:04
Filesize
161k


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