R | | Drama, Western
Retired Old West gunslinger William Munny reluctantly takes on one last job, with the help of his old partner and a young man.
By Clint Eastwood's own recollection he was given the script in the "early 80s" although he did not immediately pursue it, because according to him "I thought I should do some other things first." Biographer Patrick McGilligan specifies that it was presented to him in the spring ... ...
Dammit! Come a-running, lad!
Delilah Fitzgerald: Stop it!
When Munny is swearing at his horse in the rain (right after the "I would've killed you" scene in the jail house with Little Bill, English Bob and Beauchamp), Munny mutters "Sorry, horse," he can clearly be seen speaking emphatically after the line, but no sound is heard.
At the end of the credits, there is caption reading, "Dedicated to Sergio and Don". This is a reference to late directors Sergio Leone (who directed Clint Eastwood in the Dollars trilogy) and Don Siegel (who directed Eastwood in Dirty Harry and Escape from Alcatraz).
$15,018,007 (USA) (9 August 1992)
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