I’m your huckle?

There are so many one liners in the Tombstone movie. The one that seems to be heard differently is the line “I’m your Huckleberry.” OR is it “I’ll be your Huckle bearer?” A Hucklebearer is basically a Paul Bearer. The huckle is what the Paul Berrer grabs onto to carry the casket. It’s basically a handle. IF I understand the meaning correctly.

SO, which phrase was used in the movie? Read this and see from snopes.com

For me….I think whatever you hear is correct. Either way, that’s what you heard right?

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