I’m your huckleberry…

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


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.


“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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