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The two return to Tombstone, where after being questioned, Chihuahua reveals the silver cross was actually given to her by Billy Clanton.
During the interrogation Billy shoots Chihuahua through a window and takes off on horseback, but is wounded by Wyatt. The chase leads to the Clanton homestead, where Billy dies of his wounds.
When the brothers return to their camp, they find their cattle rustled and James murdered. Seeking to avenge James' murder, he takes the open position of town marshal and encounters the hot-tempered Doc Holliday and scurrilous Clanton gang several times.
During this time, Clementine Carter, Doc's ex-love interest from his hometown of Boston, arrives after a long search for her beau.
The gunfight was relatively unknown to the American public until Lake published the two books and after the movie was made.
Much of the film was shot in Monument Valley, a scenic desert region straddling the Arizona-Utah border used in other John Ford movies.
My Darling Clementine is regarded by many film critics as one of the best Westerns ever made.
In 1882 (a year after the actual gunfight at the O. Corral on October 26, 1881), Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, and James Earp are driving cattle to California when they encounter Old Man Clanton and his sons.
"I used to give him a chair and a cup of coffee, and he told me about the fight at the O. Wayne later told Hugh O'Brian that he based his image of the Western lawman on his conversations with Earp.
In their later years, Wyatt and Josephine Earp worked hard to eliminate any mention of Josephine's previous relationship with Johnny Behan or Wyatt's previous common law marriage to Matty Blaylock.