William Munny kills "Little" Bill inside the saloon. After this, Munny tells the people in town they had better leave the saloon girls alone and bury Ned Logan's body, or he'll return and kill them as well.
What do the saloon girls do when the cruel cowboys show up with the pair of horses they were ordered to bring?
Throw rocks at them
The saloon girls are pretty angry that the two cowboys that hurt their friend are getting off with such a light punishment. To demonstrate their displeasure, they step aside when the cowboys arrive to deliver a pair of horses ... just so they can throw rocks and manure at the cruel duo.
The Schofield Kid brags about his shooting skills, but he has one major disability. What is it?
He is deaf.
Kansas native the Schofield Kid hears about the reward being offered for killing a pair of cowboys and comes to Big Whiskey to collect the prize. The only problem is that he is incredibly nearsighted, which makes it really hard to shoot anyone except at point-blank range.
Who beats up English Bob pretty much the second he rolls into town seeking the big reward?
Little Bill Daggett
Sheriff Little Bill Daggett is an old foe of English Bob, and is only too happy to welcome Bob to town in his own way ... by beating him nearly to death when he refuses to hand over his gun as he settles into Big Whiskey.
Can you complete this tagline, which comes from a quote in the film? "It's a hell of a thing ..."
"Killing a man."
Posters for this 1992 Eastwood classic often featured the tagline, "It's a hell of a thing, killing a man." The line is a quote by William Munny, which continues, "You take away everything he's got and everything he's never gonna have."
A downpour causes William Munny to get sick. This allows "Little" Bill to get the better of Munny and throw him out of the saloon. Luckily, Ned Logan and Scofield Kid find him and nurse him back to health.
Skinny might own the brothel, but who do the girls look up to as their "madame?"
Strawberry Alice, played by Frances Fisher, serves as madame to the saloon girls. She is quick to defend the women, reminding them that for all the things they are and are not, they certainly deserve to be treated better than horses.
When English Bob is kicked out of town, who does the writer Beauchamp latch onto instead?
Little Bill Daggett
Writer W.W. Beauchamp travels to town with English Bob, planning to pen a biography about the Brit. Once Bob is sent packing from Big Whiskey, Beauchamp stays on in Big Whiskey to write about Sheriff Daggett instead.
Can you remember the name of the two cowboys who started all the trouble in the town of Big Whiskey with their actions at the saloon?
Andy and Lippy
Ned and Bob
Mike and Davey
It was Davey Bunting and Quick Mike who disfigured poor Delilah and started all the chaos in the wild west Wyoming town in "Unforgiven." All it took was one joke from a saloon girl to set them off and set in motion a terrible chain of events,
A real-life President's assassination takes place and is discussed during "Unforgiven." Which Commander in Chief was it?
It is 24th U.S. President James Garfield whose shooting is referenced during "Unforgiven" by English Bob and some other men on a train. The mention of the July 2, 1881 attack by Charles Guiteau helps give viewers a frame of reference for when the film is set.
What is the punishment for the two cowboys who scarred Delilah?
Have their faces scarred
Give up horses
"Little" Bill Daggett decides that a whipping won't repay the brothel owner for the money he will miss out on. Instead, he decides that the two cowboys will have to give up their horses. The women at the brothel feel betrayed after this decision.
Which of these is NOT one of the reasons Munny gives in the epilogue for why he would return to Big Whiskey to wreak havoc?
His farm gets bought.
The townspeople learn what a tough guy William Munny is by the end of "Unforgiven." In the film's epilogue, Munny promises to return and get revenge if the saloon girls are harmed in any way, or if Morgan Freeman's character Ned Logan isn't given a proper burial.