Law And Order

  • 1932
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

Co-scripted by a young John Huston and starring his father, Walter, this serious, well-conceived western presents the establishment of law and order as a necessity, even at the cost of endless violence. Huston is a Wyatt Earp sort who teams with Harry Carey in a fight to clean up the legendary corpse-producing town of Tombstone. He knocks the cowardly judicial...read more

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Co-scripted by a young John Huston and starring his father, Walter, this serious, well-conceived western presents the establishment of law and order as a necessity, even at the cost of endless violence. Huston is a Wyatt Earp sort who teams with Harry Carey in a fight to clean up the

legendary corpse-producing town of Tombstone. He knocks the cowardly judicial system of the town to its knees, while allowing justice to stand tall. His reign begins with the hanging of a farmer who accidentally killed someone. He continues his attacks until Tombstone is a safe place to live, an

objective achieved by killing a good portion of the population. With his job finished, Huston rides on. The film was remade in 1940 and 1953, getting progressively worse each time.

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