Val Kilmer's comments stir N.M. residents
Actor to discuss controversy with county commissioners Weds.ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- No words were minced in the 1993 Western film "Tombstone" when Ed Bailey tells slick gambler and gunslinger Doc Holliday -- played by actor Val Kilmer -- to scram after their poker game went sour.
Bailey tells Holliday, "I'm tired of listening to your mouth."
Some of Kilmer's real-life northern New Mexico neighbors share Bailey's sentiments. They're upset with him, saying he made disparaging comments about San Miguel County and chased away people fishing on the Pecos River at his ranch.
Now, Kilmer has been asked to appear before county commissioners to explain himself on Wednesday.
Calls and emails to Kilmer and his publicist have not been returned, but commission chairman David Salazar says the actor has indicated he will show up.