This screening will take place outdoors at Old Tucson, 201 South Kinney Road, Tucson, AZ. Please bring your own seating. Bleacher seating is also available.
Get ready for a cinematic showdown at this special outdoor screening of the 1993 Shot at Old Tucson classic, Tombstone, shown on the actual “North End” movie set where the film was made! The Loft Cinema’s giant inflatable Solar Cinema screen will be placed next to the famous Reno locomotive, which was used in the film to bring Wyatt Earp & Co. to Tucson, and is one of the most photographed trains in movie history!
Delicious food and drinks will be available for sale, including a full bar, theater snacks, Big Jake’s BBQ sandwiches and tasty “Hot Holliday” drinks (hot cocoa with or without alcohol). And suit up in your finest Tombstone-inspired costume for a pre-show Costume Contest (no real or prop guns will be allowed)! Experience the rich filmmaking history of Old Tucson up close and personal, right where Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer and Sam Elliot rode the range and made the West wild!
“A spectacular and well-acted bit of western cinema … Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday is a show-stopper.” – Felix Vasquez, Cinema Crazed
A cult favorite since its modestly successful release in 1993, Tombstone is a highly entertaining western about the legendary battle to deliver justice to a small Arizona town. Kurt Russell turns in a gripping performance as U.S. Marshall Wyatt Earp and Val Kilmer goes for broke with a memorably eccentric performance as the dying gunslinger Doc Holliday. Things begin with Earp trying to put his violent past behind him, living happily in Tombstone, AZ with his brothers and the woman (Dana Delany) who puts his soul at ease. But a murderous gang called the Cowboys has burst onto the scene to terrorize the town, and Earp realizes he can’t keep his gun belt off any longer, as the action irrevocably hurtles toward the infamous shootout at the OK Corral. Featuring an incredible, all-star supporting cast of tough guys including Sam Elliott, Bill Paxton, Michael Rooker, Powers Boothe and Charlton Heston, and sporting lush cinematography and a stirring music score, Tombstone is an explosive, slam-bang western that recalls the classics of the genre’s golden age and simultaneously offers a revisionist commentary from a modern perspective. (Dir. by George P. Cosmatos, 1993, USA, 130 mins., Rated R)