The Unforgiven  


The Unforgiven (1960)

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The neighbors of a frontier family turn on them when it is suspected that their adopted daughter was stolen from the local Kiawa tribe.

Director: John Huston
Writer: Ben Maddow

Release Date: 1960-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 125 min / 2:5
Production Companies : Hill-Hecht-Lancaster Productions, James Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1960-01-01
Status: Released
Run time: 125 min / 2:5

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Burt Lancaster
as Ben Zachary
Audrey Hepburn
as Rachel Zachary
Audie Murphy
as Cash Zachary
John Saxon
as Johnny Portugal
Lillian Gish
as Mattilda Zachary
Charles Bickford
as Zeb Rawlins
Joseph Wiseman
as Abe Kelsey
June Walker
as Hagar Rawlins
Kipp Hamilton
as Georgia Rawlins
Arnold Merritt
as Jude Rawlins
Doug McClure
as Andy Zachary
Carlos Rivas
as Lost Bird
Albert Salmi
as Charlie Rawlins


Directing John Huston Director
Writing Alan Le May Novel
Writing Ben Maddow Screenplay
Production James Hill Producer
Sound Dimitri Tiomkin Original Music Composer
Camera Franz Planer Director of Photography
Editing Russell Lloyd Editor
Production Harold Hecht Producer
Production Burt Lancaster Producer
Art Stephen B. Grimes Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Dorothy Jeakins Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Frank La Rue Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Frank McCoy Makeup Artist
Directing Tom Shaw Assistant Director
Sound Leslie Hodgson Sound Editor

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  • Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven" takes place at that moment when the old West was becoming new. Professional gunfighters have become such an endangered species that journalists follow them for stories. Men who slept under the stars are now building themselves houses.

  • Critic Reviews for Unforgiven All Critics (95) | Top Critics (24) | Fresh (91) | Rotten (4) | DVD (14) Unforgiven gives us something to think about -- and something to answer for -- and Eastwood was just the man to make it.

  • "The Unforgiven" is a western about the impressive intolerance between Caucasians and Indians in the beginning of the colonization of North America by the whites. The story is very well developed, with the usual outstanding direction of John Huston.

  • Audience Reviews for The Unforgiven ½ The exact opposite of Ford's The Searchers plotwise (wherein a widdle baby white girl gets kidnapped and brought up redskin), a widdle baby Native is kidnapped and brought up white.

  • As written by David Webb Peoples and directed by Mr. Eastwood, "Unforgiven" is a most entertaining western that pays homage to the great tradition of movie westerns while surreptitiously expressing a certain amount of skepticism.

  • Unforgiven is definitely his best piece of work, with every song being a hit. The CD starts off with Misanthropy - a hardcore and rugged song with some true lyrics. One of the best cuts on the CD already.

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  • Unforgiven is the most provocative western of Eastwood's career, and with Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman and Richard Harris along for the ride, it's also the most potently acted. But Eastwood's sixteenth film as a director is best understood as demythology.

  • Unforgiven is realistic rather than cynical and, like all serious Westerns, it is a meditation on history and the American experience, and an allegorical commentary on the state of the Union. Watching the movie we inevitably think of Rodney King and the Los Angeles Police, of the invasion of Panama and the 'turkey shoots' in the Gulf War.