Kilmer came to Tombstone for the "Doc Holli-Days" event to celebrate the life of gunslinger Doc Holliday, whom Kilmer played in the 1993 movie Tombstone. He also met with fans and was to attend a party to mark Holliday's birthday on Aug. 14.
Kilmer wore a cowboy hat, sunglasses and bright green shoes as he was led through town in the 1880s coach.
"Ladies and gentlemen might I please introduce one of the stars — if not the star, period — of our favorite movie and the object of our inaugural Doc Holli-Days, Val Kilmer," the public address announcer said as fans cheered and snapped up pictures.
Tombstone was once a bustling mining town that became synonymous with the Wild West following the shootout at the O.K. Corral involving Holliday and Wyatt Earp. The mines shut down years ago, but the town near the U.S.-Mexico border remains a popular tourist destination. The town saw a surge in popularity after the hit 1993 movie Tombstone, starring Kilmer, Kurt Russell and Sam Elliot.Read more at HollywoodReporter