Unforgiven (1992)

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TitleUnforgiven
Year1992
CountryUSA
GenreWestern (Movies)
Run Time2h 10 min
Director

In 1881, in Big Whiskey, Wyoming, a cowboy—Quick Mike—slashes prostitute Delilah Fitzgerald’s face with a knife, permanently disfiguring her, after she laughs at Quick Mike’s small penis. As punishment, local sheriff “Little Bill” Daggett orders Mike and his associate who was with him at the brothel, David “Davey” Bunting, to turn over several of their horses to her employer, Skinny DuBois, for his loss of revenue. Outraged, the prostitutes offer a $1,000 bounty for the cowboys’ deaths. In Hodgeman County, Kansas, a boastful young man calling himself the “Schofield Kid” visits Will Munny’s hog farm, claiming to be an experienced bounty hunter looking for help pursuing the cowboys. Formerly a notorious outlaw and murderer, Will is now a repentant widower raising two children. After initially refusing to help, Will realizes that his farm is failing and that his children’s future is in jeopardy. Will recruits his friend Ned Logan, another retired outlaw, and they catch up with the Kid.

Back in Big Whiskey, British-born gunfighter “English” Bob, an old acquaintance and rival of Little Bill, seeks the bounty. He arrives in town with his biographer W. W. Beauchamp, who naively believes Bob’s exaggerated tales. Enforcing the town’s anti-gun law, Little Bill and his deputies disarm Bob, and the sheriff beats him savagely to discourage other would-be gunmen from attempting to claim the bounty. Little Bill humiliates Bob and banishes him from town the next morning, but Beauchamp stays out of fascination with the sheriff, who debunks many of the romantic notions Beauchamp has about the Wild West. Little Bill explains to Beauchamp that the best attribute for a gunslinger is to be cool-headed under fire, rather than to have the quickest draw, and to always kill the best shooter first. Will, Ned, and the Kid arrive in town during a rainstorm and head into Skinny’s saloon. While Ned and the Kid meet with the prostitutes upstairs, a feverish Will is sitting alone when Little Bill and his deputies confront him. Not realizing Will’s identity but correctly guessing he also wants the bounty, Bill confiscates his pistol, beats him, and throws him out into the rain.

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Cast:

Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood
Bill Munny
Gene Hackman Gene Hackman
Little Bill Daggett
Richard Harris Richard Harris
English Bob
Jaimz Woolvett Jaimz Woolvett
The Schofield Kid
Saul Rubinek Saul Rubinek
W.W. Beauchamp
Frances Fisher Frances Fisher
Strawberry Alice
Anna Thomson Anna Thomson
Delilah Fitzgerald

In 1881, in Big Whiskey, Wyoming, a cowboy—Quick Mike—slashes prostitute Delilah Fitzgerald’s face with a knife, permanently disfiguring her, after she laughs at Quick Mike’s small penis. As punishment, local sheriff “Little Bill” Daggett orders Mike and his associate who was with him at the brothel, David “Davey” Bunting, to turn over several of their horses to her employer, Skinny DuBois, for his loss of revenue. Outraged, the prostitutes offer a $1,000 bounty for the cowboys’ deaths. In Hodgeman County, Kansas, a boastful young man calling himself the “Schofield Kid” visits Will Munny’s hog farm, claiming to be an experienced bounty hunter looking for help pursuing the cowboys. Formerly a notorious outlaw and murderer, Will is now a repentant widower raising two children. After initially refusing to help, Will realizes that his farm is failing and that his children’s future is in jeopardy. Will recruits his friend Ned Logan, another retired outlaw, and they catch up with the Kid.

Back in Big Whiskey, British-born gunfighter “English” Bob, an old acquaintance and rival of Little Bill, seeks the bounty. He arrives in town with his biographer W. W. Beauchamp, who naively believes Bob’s exaggerated tales. Enforcing the town’s anti-gun law, Little Bill and his deputies disarm Bob, and the sheriff beats him savagely to discourage other would-be gunmen from attempting to claim the bounty. Little Bill humiliates Bob and banishes him from town the next morning, but Beauchamp stays out of fascination with the sheriff, who debunks many of the romantic notions Beauchamp has about the Wild West. Little Bill explains to Beauchamp that the best attribute for a gunslinger is to be cool-headed under fire, rather than to have the quickest draw, and to always kill the best shooter first. Will, Ned, and the Kid arrive in town during a rainstorm and head into Skinny’s saloon. While Ned and the Kid meet with the prostitutes upstairs, a feverish Will is sitting alone when Little Bill and his deputies confront him. Not realizing Will’s identity but correctly guessing he also wants the bounty, Bill confiscates his pistol, beats him, and throws him out into the rain.

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