Wyatt Earp Soundtrack (

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Kevin Costner plays the most famous lawman ever to stride the Wild West. In a gritty, complex portrayal hailed as a "classic American performance" (Bob Campbell, Newhouse Newspapers), Academy Award winner Costner (Dances with Wolves, The Bodyguard) plays the man who became a myth in acclaimed director Lawrence Kasdan's (The Big Chill, Silverado) epic, action-filled saga.

Gene Hackman, an Oscar winner for Unforgiven, as Wyatt's iron-willed father, and Dennis Quaid (The Big Easy, The Right Stuff) as Earp's deadly best friend Doc Holliday add power to this mammoth, hard-hitting Western.

From Wichita to Dodge City to the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, Wyatt Earp is a thrilling journey of romance, adventure and desperate, heroic action.

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Wyatt Earp
Main Theme (From "Police Academy")
Back To The Future: Back To The Future - From "Back To The Future"
Somewhere in My Memory - Chorus & Orchestra Version
Theme From Jurassic Park
Journey To The Island
Welcome To Jurassic Park
End Credits
Raiders March (From "Raiders of the Lost Ark")
Forrest Gump Suite
The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)
Main Title
You've Got a Friend in Me - From "Toy Story"/Soundtrack Version
I Will Go Sailing No More - From "Toy Story"/Soundtrack Version
The Avengers
Concerning Hobbits
The Ring Goes South
The Uruk-hai
The King of the Golden Hall
The Riders of Rohan
The White Rider
Forth Eorlingas
Samwise the Brave
The Breaking of the Fellowship (feat. "In Dreams")
Minas Tirith (feat. Ben Del Maestro)
The White Tree
Twilight and Shadow (feat. Renee Fleming)
The Grey Havens (feat. Sir James Galway)
The Last Goodbye
Main Title - From The "Game Of Thrones" Soundtrack
Do You Hear The People Sing?
The Legend Spreads
Freedom / The Execution Bannockburn
The Patriot: Main Theme
Main Title (expanded) / Looks Like a Suicide (expanded)
Ride to Fort Hays
The John Dunbar Theme (From "Dances With Wolves")
The Loss of the Journal / The Return to Winter Camp
Main Titles
Home from the War
Going to Town
The Wagon Chase
The Railroad
The Wedding - Short Version
The Battle
Strength And Honor
Elysium - From "Gladiator" Soundtrack
Honor Him
Now We Are Free - From "Gladiator" Soundtrack
Circle of Life - From "The Lion King"/ Soundtrack
This Land - From "The Lion King"/Score
Hakuna Matata - From "The Lion King"/Soundtrack
A Kaleidoscope Of Mathematics
Creating "Governing Dynamics"
First Drop-Off, First Kiss
Saying Goodbye To Those You So Love
The Prize Of One's Life... The Prize Of One's Mind

User reviews

Susan Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of Wyatt Earp is a remarkable piece of art that elevates the film to a whole new level. The music enhances the viewing experience and stays with you long after the credits roll, making it a memorable and impactful aspect of the movie.

Donna Robinson

Overall, the soundtrack of Wyatt Earp enriches the viewing experience and adds an extra layer of authenticity to this classic American tale.

Stephanie Parker

The soundtrack of Wyatt Earp truly enhances the epic and gritty portrayal of the Wild West. The music perfectly captures the spirit of the time period and adds depth to the characters' emotions.

Melissa Parker

The collaboration between the composer and the director in creating the soundtrack for Wyatt Earp is evident in the way the music seamlessly complements the performances of the cast. The score enhances the gritty and complex portrayal of the characters, adding layers of nuance and intensity to the narrative.

Dorothy Campbell

The soundtrack of Wyatt Earp perfectly captures the essence of the Wild West, with its sweeping orchestral scores and evocative themes. The music enhances the epic and action-filled saga portrayed in the film, adding depth and emotion to the story.

Melissa Harris

The use of traditional Western musical elements in the soundtrack felt cliché and overdone, detracting from the overall authenticity and originality of the film. The music did not add a unique or memorable aspect to the viewing experience.

Mary Hernandez

The soundtrack for Wyatt Earp felt uninspired and lacked emotional depth. The music did not effectively capture the grittiness and complexity of the characters and storyline.

Brian Moore

Each musical piece enhances the emotional depth of the characters, especially during key moments of romance, friendship, and heroic action.

Robert Thompson

The music transports the audience to the different settings of the film, from the dusty streets of Dodge City to the intense showdown at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona.

Daniel Turner

The score of Wyatt Earp is masterfully composed, creating a powerful and immersive atmosphere throughout the film. The use of different musical themes and instruments effectively reflects the diverse locations and events in the story.

Steven White

The soundtrack of Wyatt Earp perfectly captures the epic and adventurous spirit of the Wild West.

Elizabeth Nelson

The use of traditional instruments like harmonicas and banjos in the soundtrack of Wyatt Earp helps to transport the audience back in time to the rugged landscapes and lawless towns of the Old West. The music sets the tone for the thrilling journey of romance, adventure, and heroic action depicted in the film.

Elizabeth Johnson

The composition of the score seemed repetitive and predictable, failing to enhance the epic and action-filled nature of the film. It did not elevate key moments or evoke a sense of suspense or drama.