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Dedicated to his mentors Sergio Leone and Don Siegel, Clint Eastwood's 1992 Oscar-winner The Unforgiven examines the mythic violence of the Western, taking on the ghosts of his own star past. Disgusted by Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett's decree that several ponies make up for a cowhand's slashing a whore's face, Big Whiskey prostitutes, led by fierce Strawberry Alice (Frances Fisher), take justice into their own hands and put a $1000 bounty on the lives of the perpetrators. Notorious outlaw-turned-hog farmer William Munny (Eastwood) is sought out by neophyte gunslinger the Schofield Kid (Jaimz Woolvett) to go with him to Big Whiskey and collect the bounty. While Munny insists, "I ain't like that no more," he needs the bounty money for his children, and the two men convince Munny's clean-living comrade Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman) to join them in righting a wrong done to a woman. Little Bill (Oscar-winner Gene Hackman), however, has no intention of letting any bounty hunters impinge on his iron-clad authority. When pompous gunman English Bob (Richard Harris) arrives in Big Whiskey with pulp biographer W.W. Beauchamp (Saul Rubinek) in tow, Little Bill beats Bob senseless and promises to tell Beauchamp the real story about violent frontier life and justice. But when Munny, the true unwritten legend, comes to town, everyone soon learns a harsh lesson about the price of vindictive bloodshed and the malleability of ideas like "justice." "I don't deserve this," pleads Little Bill. "Deserve's got nothin' to do with it," growls Munny, simultaneously summing up the insanity of western violence and the legacy of Eastwood's Man With No Name.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/01/2010
UPC: 0883929126170
Original Release: 1992
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:11:00
Sales rank: 1,620

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by historian/Eastwood biographer Richard Schickel; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clint Eastwood Bill Munny
Gene Hackman Sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett
Morgan Freeman Ned Logan
Richard Harris English Bob
Jaimz Woolvett The "Schofield Kid"
Saul Rubinek W.W. Beauchamp
Frances Fisher Strawberry Alice
David Mucci Quick Mike
Rob Campbell Davey Bunting
Anthony James Skinny Dubois
Stuart Aikins Actor
Phyllis Huffman Actor
Liisa Repo-Martell Faith
Anna Levine Delilah Fitzgerald
Tara Dawn Frederick Little Sue
Beverley Elliott Silky
Josie Smith Crow Creek Kate
Shane Meier Will Munny
Aline Levasseur Penny Munny
Robert Koons Crocker
Ron White Clyde Ledbetter
Henry Kope German Joe Schultz
Jeremy Ratchford Deputy Andy Russell
John Pyper-Ferguson Charley Hecker
Jefferson Mappin Fatty Rossiter
Walter Marsh Barber
Frank C. Turner Fuzzy
Lochlyn Munro Texas Slim
Ben Cardinal Johnny Foley
Michael Maurer Train Person #3
Larry Joshua Bucky
George Orrison The Shadow
Mina E. Mina Muddy Chandler
Philip Hayes Lippy MacGregor
Greg Goossen Fighter
Chad Dowdell Curious Townsperson (uncredited)

Technical Credits
Clint Eastwood Director,Producer
Richard Alexander Sound/Sound Designer
Janice Blackie-Goodine Set Decoration/Design
Henry Bumstead Production Designer
Joel Cox Editor
Stan Edmonds Makeup
John Frazier Special Effects
Les Fresholtz Sound/Sound Designer
Adrian H. Gorton Art Director
Bob Gray Production Manager
Jack N. Green Cinematographer
Phyllis Huffman Casting
Julian Ludwig Associate Producer
James Murakami Set Decoration/Design
Lennie Niehaus Score Composer
David Peoples Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Verne Poore Sound/Sound Designer
Richard Roberts Art Director
David Valdes Executive Producer,Production Designer
Rob Young Musical Direction/Supervision,Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Unforgiven
1. Foreword [1:11]
2. Big Whiskey Disturbance [2:42]
3. "No Fuss" Fine [3:06]
4. "We Ain't Horses" [1:16]
5. Schofield Kid [5:52]
6. Payment Day [2:43]
7. Out of Practice [7:23]
8. Done Stuff for Money [4:33]
9. Just a Fella Now [2:49]
10. Majesty of Royalty [2:52]
11. No Firearms Allowed [4:18]
12. Welcoming English Bob [7:30]
13. Not-so-Straight Shooter [7:19]
14. Duke of Death [4:20]
15. Killers' Campfire [2:19]
16. Object Lesson [6:23]
17. Farewell to Savages [2:47]
18. Vision of the Dead [4:12]
19. Big Whiskey Hospitality [7:10]
20. Angel of Death [3:46]
21. "We Both Got Scars" [4:51]
22. Water for a Dying Man [4:48]
23. Ned's Decision [1:43]
24. "He Had It Coming" [4:59]
25. Interrogating Ned [2:02]
26. Assassins Strike [2:36]
27. A Hel of a Thing [3:28]
28. Will's Only Friend [3:55]
29. On Display [1:19]
30. Here to Kill You [3:47]
31. "Deserves Got Nothin' to Do With It" [3:51]
32. Killer's Threat [2:19]
33. Epilogue and End Credits [6:09]

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Unforgiven 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This must truly be one of the best westerns ever made. Clint Eastwood is no stranger to this genre, but he approaches it differently this time around. Eastwood portrays William Munny, a former outlaw who is reluctantly called back to his guns by the ''Scofield Kid'', to serve as a bounty hunter. This is not your typical ''Dirty Harry'' action, this Eastwood film deals with killing on a higher, psychological level. It's also a deep character study, where William Munny realizes how hard it is to actually forget his former ways. Gene Hackman won an academy award for his portrayl of Little Bill, the town sherrif, who again creates a riveting character, creating a man who is somehow somewhat likeable even though he's really a vicious person. Morgan Freeman also stars in this classic western, a story based on moralities and justice. The film also focuses on the impact on killing someone can have; what it can do to your soul. It also contains an ending scene that simply cannot be missed. This is Clint's best picture, and the academy apparently thought so too, as it was awarded best picture of 1992, along with best director for Eastwood. And to quote an older man who was in the same theater as me when this film was shown, ''That was a truly great western, maybe the best I've seen since ''Shane'' in 1955.''
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not a big Western movie fan but this movie was just amazing. Clint Eastwood is unbeatable when it comes to making movies that are dark but make you really think.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hate usual westerns but this movie is much more than that, it is a feeling multileveled tapestry woven by characters and ideas rather than the furthering of the exciting plot. The charactors are reminscent of something I would right, especially the character of English Bob, a fine film!
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thorsbane More than 1 year ago
Great acting, good story, it's a Clint Eastwood Classic.