'Unforgiven' 30 Years On: 10 Things That Make it The Best Clint Eastwood Movie (2023)

Clint Eastwood has directed many great movies throughout the decades. He made his start as an actor, known in the 1960s mostly for Western and war movies, but began to branch out into more roles by the 1970s. With that came a second career of sorts as a director, too. He'd often do double duty, directing and starring in many of his movies (something he's continued to do as recently as 2021, with Cry Macho).

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His biggest success as a director is likely Unforgiven, which was released way back in 1992. It's one of the most critically successful movies of his career, and won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. It's a movie where Eastwood does his best work as both a director and actor, winning Best Director and being nominated for Best Lead Actor at the Oscars. To celebrate the film's enduring legacy and 30th anniversary, here are 10 things that make Unforgiven such a great movie.


Its deconstruction of the Western genre

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Unforgiven takes a fairly typical premise for a Western and does interesting and unexpected things with it. Essentially, there are a group of prostitutes in a small town who are outraged by the lack of punishment received by a man who brutally attacked one of them. They offer a bounty for the deaths of the attacker and his associate, which a once-ruthless ex-outlaw, William Munny, accepts as a final job.

It's a film that unpacks justice, law, order, and violence in a manner far darker than most Westerns. It gets deep into the minds of its characters, depicts the heroes as heavily flawed and the villains as monstrous, and shows an unromanticized side of the Old West. It also gives Eastwood a chance to explore how life might have been for one of his past iconic characters (like the Man With No Name) if they'd gotten older, more jaded, and become tortured by their past.

Gene Hackman's performance

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The acting in Unforgiven is great across the board, especially from its four lead actors. Eastwood is subdued for much of the film, but becomes menacing and even frightening in the film's final act. Morgan Freeman is great as Ned, the closest friend of Eastwood's character, and Richard Harris also makes an impact in his brief but memorable role as English Bob.

It might end up being Gene Hackman's villainous turn as Little Bill that steals the show, though. He's a tyrannical sheriff who shows no mercy or kindness in his role as the head of the small town where much of the film takes place, and he's such a perfectly despicable antagonist. Hackman creates a character of pure evil without ever making Little Bill feel like a cartoon character, or too far over the top, making for one of the very best Western villains of all time.

The fantastic cinematography

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Unforgiven is a fantastic-looking movie, from its first shot to its last (coincidentally, the opening image mirrors the final one). Westerns are almost inevitably going to have spectacular scenery, thanks to their desert and rural settings, but Unforgiven goes one step further than most in looking truly spectacular.

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There's a rich use of color throughout, and excellently captured scenes that take place at all times of the day and night. The range of visuals ensures the film is always a treat to look at, and the use of dark lighting and shadows during the film's darker scenes - figuratively and literally - adds to the film's tense, riveting atmosphere.

The morality

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When you think of standard Westerns - especially those from Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s - you'll probably think of clear-cut, good vs. evil storylines. In many old-school Westerns, the lawmen and sheriffs are the good guys, and even if the cowboys operate slightly outside the law, they're often in the right. Consequently, the villains are often unambiguously evil, and serve as foes that the good guys can shoot down without feeling guilty.

Unforgiven isn't interested in taking such a simple approach. After all, this is a movie where the evilest character ends up being the sheriff who commits more acts of violence than the criminal whose vicious attack kick-starts the plot. Similarly, the film makes it clear that Eastwood's character has also done monstrous things in his past, and he's come to terms with the terrible idea that he can never completely redeem himself, or be fully forgiven for the misdeeds he's done.

The supporting characters

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Unforgiven is a film where just about every character who gets dialogue is memorable, with numerous interesting characters introduced and given character arcs in a movie that's only a little longer than two hours.

The aforementioned English Bob is only in a handful of scenes, but makes a tremendous impression, and is essential to the film's narrative and themes. Further memorable characters include The Schofield Kid, who joins Ned and William Munny, the constantly nervous writer who accompanies English Bob, W.W. Beauchamp, and the prostitutes whose desire for revenge kicks off the plot. The latter are given more agency and screen time than female characters generally got in most older Westerns, and it makes the film all the more powerful and impactful as a result.

The pacing

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Slow doesn't always equal boring, when it comes to pacing, and Unforgiven proves just that. It's a film that takes its time with its main narrative, and isn't afraid to have numerous scenes that emphasize character development over explicitly moving the plot forward.

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It does this without ever feeling boring. It may take its time in reaching its unforgettable conclusion, but it always feels like it's going somewhere, and it's a deep and engaging film that rewards your patience. It sets up everything perfectly, and brings all the pieces together seamlessly by the end, making it a fantastically written and edited movie.

Its honesty about the brutality of the West

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The Western genre may sometimes offer escapist entertainment, but that's certainly not something Unforgiven chooses to showcase. The classic Hollywood-style thrill of being a cowboy, or any kind of lone wolf adventuring around America's West in the late 1800s isn't part of this film at all.

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It's hard to say whether Unforgiven is completely realistic in its depiction of the Old West, but it feels a great deal more real than other American Westerns. People get sick, characters can't shrug off beatings or other injuries, and sometimes, dying a violent death takes an agonizing amount of time. It's a gritty, brutal West, and it makes you question whether there would have been anything fun or adventurous about living back then.

Its suspenseful sequences

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While Unforgiven might not be a thriller, it is a very suspenseful movie. Its narrative is unpredictable and takes quite a few surprising turns, and owing to the danger of the world, the emphasis on realism, and the ruthlessness of its antagonist, it's a film where no one ever feels safe from death.

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This makes it a very nerve-racking Western, best seen in its climax, scenes of violence, and in just about any scene that features Gene Hackman. A scene that takes place in and around the town's jail at the halfway point is particularly stomach-churning, and is the best demonstration of how fearless and manipulative Little Bill is, as a villain.

Its critique of violence

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Unforgiven does not take pleasure in depicting violence on-screen. It's a film that's explicit about the toll of firing a gun at another human being. Characters discuss the nature of violence and killing at several points, Munny is haunted by the violence he's done, and The Schofield Kid ends up being traumatized by his participation in an act of violent retribution.

Westerns are typically filled with violence, and much of the time, it's entertaining or even mindless. Gunfights are clean and feature little blood, and people usually die instantly. Unforgiven is the opposite, when it comes to these things. Gunfights are bloody, causing death is traumatic, and dying doesn't always happen quickly.

Its dramatic finale

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Things inevitably end in a showdown in Unforgiven. It's unlike a climactic shootout in most Westerns, though. It's dimly lit and far more tense and unnerving than you might expect, and it's one where you really don't know who'll survive, or if anyone even will.

This stands in contrast to a typical good vs. evil Western, where you can rely on the good guy winning and the bad guy getting shot or ending up in jail. It makes the climax to Unforgiven extra powerful, ending the film on a high note that helps it endure as one of the best Westerns of all time.

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Why is the movie Unforgiven so good? ›

Unforgiven Blurs All The Lines

The law doesn't put people in jail; it just beats criminals and puts them on a train out of town. The “good guys” are hired assassins with a history of killing women and children. Even the best of the good guys has no qualms about cheating on his wife with the prostitutes.

Is Unforgiven a masterpiece? ›

Eastwood has pretty much stayed true to that, even as Unforgiven stands nearly 30 years later as a masterpiece in its own right and arguably one of the greatest Westerns of all time.

What is technically the best movie ever? ›

Best movies of all time
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  • The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) Film. ...
  • Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) Film. Action and adventure. ...
  • Alien (1979) Film. Science fiction. ...
  • Tokyo Story (1951) Film. Drama. ...
  • Pulp Fiction (1994) Film. Drama. ...
  • The Truman Show (1998) Film. Fantasy.
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Is Unforgiven The Best Western of all time? ›

While it was a huge hit when it came out, subsequent years of analysis and rewatching have proven that not only is Unforgiven likely the best Western ever made, it's actually a genius film overall that turns the conventions of the genre on their head in the most wonderful and seamless way, so that the audience is sort ...

What is the message of Unforgiven? ›

The message of Unforgiven is very clearly told across the arc of the film – you can't escape your past and you also can't deny who you are. Munny is a killer and he reverts to killing to settle what has now become a personal vendetta against Little Bill.

What does the ending of Unforgiven mean? ›

The Schofield Kid confesses to Munny that he had never shot anybody before that night and gives up the sharpshooter life after the two earn their prize because it's a terrifying reality in comparison to whatever illusion he may have envisioned.

What is Dirty Harry's famous line? ›

Instead of backing off, Harry points his . 44 Magnum revolver into the man's face and dares him to shoot, saying with clenched teeth and in his characteristic rough grumble, "Go ahead, make my day,'" meaning that if the robber attempts to harm Loretta in any way, Harry would be happy to dispatch the robber.

What movie quoted the most lines? ›

Top 50 Most Quotable Movies Ever
  • The Princess Bride (1987) ...
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  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) ...
  • Forrest Gump (1994) ...
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) ...
  • Back to the Future (1985) ...
  • Jurassic Park (1993) ...
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

What is the most used line in movies? ›

The 20 Most Overused Lines In Cinema
  • "Is that all you've got?" ...
  • "(S)he's behind me, isn't (s)he?" ...
  • "It's/she's gonna blow!" ...
  • "We've got company!" ...
  • "Don't die on me!" ...
  • "We can do this the easy way, or the hard way." ...
  • "Get outta there!" ...
  • "You just don't get it, do you?"
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What president was shot in Unforgiven? ›

Inside the train, a bunch of men are talking about the assassination attempt on then President James Garfield by one Charles Guiteau. (Garfield was shot on July 2, 1881, so the film is taking place sometime shortly thereafter. He'd eventually die of his wounds, but not until September 19th.)

What's the best Clint Eastwood Western? ›

Best Clint Eastwood Westerns, Ranked
  • 8/13 Honkytonk Man (1982)
  • 7/13 The Beguiled (1971)
  • 6/13 High Plains Drifter (1973)
  • 5/13 The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
  • 4/13 Pale Rider (1985)
  • 3/13 A Fistful of Dollars (1964)
  • 2/13 Unforgiven (1992)
  • 1/13 The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
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Is the unforgiven a true story? ›

Again, the script is penned by McQuarrie and Frank — it's not based on a true story, however it is based on a 2009 British miniseries called Unforgiven.

Which movie has 10 10 rating? ›

IMDb Rating: 9.0 - 9.9
109.6Band of Brothers (2001)
109.3The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
109.2The Godfather (1972)
109.1The Godfather: Part II (1974)
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What is the top 10 films of all time? ›

IMDb Top 250 as rated by regular IMDb voters.
  1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 9.2.
  2. The Godfather (1972) 9.2.
  3. The Dark Knight (2008) 9.0.
  4. The Godfather Part II (1974) 9.0.
  5. 12 Angry Men (1957) 9.0.
  6. Schindler's List (1993) 8.9.
  7. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 8.9.
  8. Pulp Fiction (1994) 8.8.

What is the best movie scene of all time? ›

We've compiled a list of the 10 most iconic movie scenes of all time.
  • The Shower Scene – Psycho (1960)
  • “I am your father” Scene – Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back (1980)
  • “I'm Flying” Scene – Titanic (1997)
  • “D-Day” Scene – Saving Private Ryan (1998)
  • “Bullet Time” Scene – The Matrix (1999)
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Who makes the most money from a movie? ›

Let's take a look at five of them.
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  • Screenwriter. ...
  • Editor. ...
  • Other opportunities. ...
  • Media Schools.

What movie made the most profit? ›

As of June 2022, "Avatar" (2009) was the most commercially successful movie of all time, grossing about 2.85 billion U.S. dollars at box offices across the globe. "Avengers: Endgame" (2019) and "Titanic" (1997) followed, with revenues of around 2.8 billion and 2.2 billion dollars, respectively.

What is considered the best Western movie ever made? ›

Here are the 28 best “western” and cowboy movies of all time.
  • Unforgiven (1992) Warner Bros. ...
  • Seven Samurai (1954) Columbia Pictures. ...
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) MGM Home Entertainment. ...
  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) 20th Century Fox. ...
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  • Shane (1953) ...
  • 3:10 to Yuma (1957) ...
  • Hostiles (2017)
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What is considered the best westerns ever made? ›

So with all that said, let's kick it off with a trip to an especially rowdy Old Western town.
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  • The Naked Spur (1953) ...
  • Meek's Cutoff (2010) ...
  • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) ...
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) ...
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Who is the best horseback rider in western movies? ›

Ten of the Best – Western Stars
  • John Wayne. If you were to ask the average person to name the archetypical screen cowboy, then I'd lay odds Wayne would be the one most would mention. ...
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  • Henry Fonda. ...
  • Gary Cooper. ...
  • Randolph Scott. ...
  • Joel McCrea. ...
  • Richard Widmark. ...
  • Clint Eastwood.
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What's the meaning of Unforgiven movie? ›

"Unforgiven" tells the story of how the West was lost. It was lost, as was the East and the South and the North, to pointless, ugly violence, men with guns who couldn't imagine the pain their bullets would cause and had no capacity to conceptualize the vacuum of loss they created when they killed. Advertisement.

Is Unforgiven worth watching? ›

March 2, 2022 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review… An astoundingly powerful tale of a strangely anti-Old West, multilayered outlaw, this film is one of the finest revisionist epics ever brought to the big screen.

What is the climax of Unforgiven? ›

The film's climax, in which Munny, played by Eastwood, guns down Little Bill and a bar filled with lawmen who arrested Munny's friend Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman) and allowed Bill to torture him to death?

Is William Munny a hero or villain? ›

William Munny is an antihero and not a villain for one reason only: Sheriff Little Bill is worse.

Is William Munny a villain? ›

William Munny is the villainous main protagonist of the 1992 Western film Unforgiven. He was portrayed by Clint Eastwood.

Who is Clint Eastwood's net worth? ›

Eastwood is an incredibly good actor and director, and he has collaborated with some of the best directors, actors, and producers in the film industry. As of December 2022, Clint Eastwood's net worth is estimated to be roughly $375 Million dollars.

What was John Wayne's famous line? ›

1. "Whoa, take 'er easy there, Pilgrim." 2. "Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway."

What was Dirty Harry's favorite gun? ›

One that is readily obvious, however, is the Smith & Wesson Model 29 in the film Dirty Harry. Dirty Harry made this gun a celebrity. Supposedly throughout the '80s and '90s, anytime the movie re-ran on TV, it would drive sales of the firearm.

What is Harry's motto? ›

Don't choose the one who is beautiful to the world. But rather, choose the one who makes your world beautiful.

What are 5 famous quotes? ›

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  • The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing. - ...
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  • If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor. -
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What are the top 10 movie quotes? ›

How many have you seen?
  • "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn." Gone with the Wind (1939) ...
  • "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse." The Godfather (1972) ...
  • "You don't understand! ...
  • "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore." ...
  • "Here's looking at you, kid." ...
  • "Go ahead, make my day." ...
  • "All right, Mr.

What is the most quotable show? ›

See how many of these choice lines you'll recall by taking a look at the 15 Most Quotable TV Shows Of All Time.
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  • The Wire. ...
  • How I Met Your Mother. ...
  • Saturday Night Live. ...
  • Arrested Development. ...
  • Parks and Recreation. ...
  • South Park. ...
  • Drake & Josh.
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What is the best opening scene in movie history? ›

Updated, July 2022: To keep the article fresh and relevant by adding more information and entries, this article has been updated by Rafa Boladeras.
  • 8/13 The Dark Knight.
  • 7/13 The Matrix.
  • 6/13 There Will Be Blood.
  • 5/13 Inglourious Basterds.
  • 4/13 The Social Network.
  • 3/13 The Godfather.
  • 2/13 Jaws.
  • 1/13 Saving Private Ryan.
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What word appears most in movie titles? ›

Don Draper was right: “The most important idea in advertising is new.” A new study reports that the most common three English words in titles—of books, movies, and other media—are “new,” “report,” and “study.”

What are actors with no lines called? ›

In acting, a bit part is a role in which there is direct interaction with the principal actors and no more than five lines of dialogue, often referred to as a five-or-less or under-five in the United States, or under sixes in British television, or a walk-on part with no dialogue.

Who won an Oscar for Unforgiven? ›

The film won four Academy Awards: Best Picture and Best Director for Clint Eastwood, Best Supporting Actor for Gene Hackman, and Best Film Editing for editor Joel Cox. Eastwood was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance, but he lost to Al Pacino for Scent of a Woman.

Who killed Ned Unforgiven? ›

He's whipped and ultimately killed by Little Bill, even though he doesn't kill anybody and even makes a concerted effort to put that kind of life behind him, once and for all. Even though it makes sense for Ned to die—his death is a long-awaited punishment for a life of misdeeds—it just doesn't seem fair.

What city is the unforgiven set in? ›

Unforgiven was filmed on location in Alberta, Canada, and Sonora, California, USA. Drumheller, AB, Canada.
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Location NameLatitudeLongitude
Red Hills Ranch37.840469-120.457993
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Who was the greatest movie cowboy? ›

To this day, anywhere in the world, John Wayne remains the idealized personification of the American cowboy of the Old West.

What Western movies have won Oscars? ›

Along with Wayne, performers have scored some wins in Westerns, among them best-actor recipients Gary Cooper for "High Noon" and Lee Marvin for 1965's "Cat Ballou" and supporting actors Thomas Mitchell for "Stagecoach," Walter Brennan for 1940's "The Westerner" and Gene Hackman for "Unforgiven."

Why is Unforgiven so good? ›

It's a skillful reimagining of the cathartic comeuppance, which casts the “hero” as an almost zombie-like angel of death who can't stop killing even if he tried. It's a moment that supports Eastwood's view that Unforgiven is all about the futility and effects of violence – the “we all have it coming” line.

Are Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman friends? ›

Morgan Freeman and Clint Eastwood have been good friends since working together in the early '90s on the Eastwood directed Unforgiven. They later teamed up for Million Dollar Baby and Invictus, both of which Eastwood again directed.

Did Little Bill know William Munny? ›

Killer of women and children. Little Bill meets William Munny for who he really is.

What is considered the best Civil War movie? ›

The 12 Best Civil War Movies
  1. Glory (1989)
  2. Gone with the Wind (1939) ...
  3. Ride with the Devil (1999) ...
  4. Gettysburg (1993) ...
  5. Lincoln (2012) ...
  6. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) ...
  7. Friendly Persuasion (1956) ...
  8. Gangs of New York (2002) ...

What is considered the best Pirates of the Caribbean movie? ›

Pirates of the Caribbean Movies Ranked
  • #1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) ...
  • #2. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006) ...
  • #3. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) ...
  • #4. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) ...
  • #5. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

What is the biggest battle in movie history? ›

Game of Thrones just made history with “The Long Night.” The Battle of Winterfell is the longest battle sequence in film/tv history, according to Vox. At nearly 80 minutes, it took 750 people and 11 weeks of “freezing night shoots.” But Winterfell's not the only gigantic battle.

What movie has the most realistic battle scenes? ›

Saving Private Ryan

With Empire Magazine lauding the Omaha Beach landing as “the best battle sequence of all time,” this entry should come as no surprise. “Saving Private Ryan” uses its artistic license to enrich its characters and depict realistic events of war in a way that had never been done before.

What is considered the most realistic war movie? ›

Platoon, 1986

“Platoon” is another movie set during the Vietnam War that is often regarded as the “best war movie” with accurate depictions of the war. Major credit to its director, Oliver Stone, a Vietnam War veteran.

Who was the most skilled samurai ever? ›

The life of Musashi is the gold standard of samurai in Japan. Musashi won his first duel at the age of 13 and would participate in at least 60 more duels, never losing once.

Who was the deadliest samurai in history? ›

Miyamoto Musashi
Died13 June 1645 (aged 60–61) Higo Province, Japan
Native name宮本武蔵
Other namesNiten Dōraku; Shinmen Musashi no Kami Fujiwara no Harunobu
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What is the number 1 movie in Japan? ›

Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train

What was the #1 movie in 1944? ›

Going My Way

What was the most critically acclaimed film of the year 1939? ›

The year 1939 was one in which the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominated ten films for Best Picture: Dark Victory. Gone with the Wind (Best Picture winner)

Who has the most confirmed kills in ww2? ›

He is believed to have killed over 500 men during the Winter War, the highest number of sniper kills in any major war.
Simo Häyhä
ConflictWorld War II Winter War Battle of Kollaa ( WIA )
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What is number 1 Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Who is the most famous movie pirate? ›

Many people consider Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean to be the most famous movie pirate.

Who are the top 4 pirates? ›

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  • 8/10 Pirate Empress Boa Hancock.
  • 7/10 Marco The Phoenix.
  • 6/10 Dracule "Hawk Eyes" Mihawk.
  • 5/10 Marshall D. Teach (AKA Blackbeard)
  • 4/10 "Red-Haired" Shanks.
  • 3/10 Kaido of the Beasts.
  • 2/10 Charlotte Linlin (AKA Big Mom)
  • 1/10 Edward Newgate (AKA Whitebeard)
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