* Not the real Wyatt Earp, but how he's portrayed in movies, is best shown by the line in ''Tombstone'': "You tell 'em Hell's coming with me!"
** Also when Earp wades across a river into a hail of gunfire to empty his shotgun into Curly Bill without getting so much as scratched.
*** That was the Crowning Moment of Awesome for the real life Wyatt Earp, too.
*** Summed up nicely in this quote from the film:
-->'''Texas Jack:''' "You ever seen somethin' like that before?"
-->'''Turkey Creek Jack Johnson:''' "Hell, I never even ''heard'' of something like that."
*** Notable in that ''even Doc Holiday'' acknowledges the sheer awesome of this act. In reply to someone asking where Wyatt is:
-->'''Doc:''' Down by the river. ''[[KungFuJesus Walkin' on the water.]]''
*** And this moment is made even sweeter because that scene is one of the few in the movie that actually happened in real life!
** Who can forget the scene in the movie where Doc Holliday, while ''dying'' from tuberculosis, skillfully shoots and kills feared PsychoForHire Johny Ringo in a tense duel. This scene made the line "I'm your huckleberry" famous.
*** Better line: "Why, Johny Ringo, you look like someone just walked over your grave."
*** Or Doc Holiday defusing what would've been a brawl by twirling his drinking cup.
*** Or the line, "It looks like poker isn't your game. Maybe we should have a spelling contest."
*** Honestly, Doc Holliday's entire existence was just one long continuous {{Crowning Moment of Awesome}}. Aside from the above parts, there's also the scene where he has a gun pulled on an enemy as he's clearly fall-down drunk. "You're so drunk you're probably seein' double!" the enemy exclaims. Holliday then, without dropping his shot glass, pulls out a second gun and calmly retorts, "I have two guns, one for each of you." He then spins both guns ''in opposite directions.''