I’m your huckleberry…

Director George P. Cosmatos, best known for box-office hits “Rambo” and “Tombstone,” died last week. He was 64.

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Known for an ability to fix troubled projects and create blockbuster films, he delivered what many consider his finest achievement in 1993 — “Tombstone,” the film about legendary American lawman Wyatt Earp starring Val Kilmer and Kurt Russell.

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“What’s with these prejudiced people? They’re for censorship, not a free society,” Cosmatos said. “It’s a psychological release for people to have a hero who can do the fighting and dirty work while we eat our popcorn.”

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