John Ford’s 1946 reworking of the Doc Holliday-Wyatt Earp legend stars Henry Fonda as the elegant Earp and Victor Mature as a surprisingly moving Doc Holliday. The Earp-Clanton feud, climaxing with the epic gunfight at the O.K. Corral, becomes for Ford a perfect case study in the virtues of family unity, civilization, and loyalty—and the film that emerges is one of Ford’s most sublime and atmospheric. Highly recommended. 97 min.