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225bred
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Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Just finished “Unforgiven” & holy shite was it good! I know I know, I’m way late on this & it’s not some revelation to you folk.

What westerns starring Clint Eastwood should I watch next??

Edit: Unforgiven was the first and only Eastwood western I have ever seen
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SpqrTiger
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
If you’ve seen none of them, your next stop is the Outlaw Josey Wales.


225bred
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
I have seen none of them besides this one, thanks for the recommendation. Will add to my watchlist on amazon prime.


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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
TOJW ... a must.

Pale Rider

Good, Bad, Ugly

High Plains Drifter


I feel sorry for you, but there is hope.


225bred
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Haha, thanks for those.

I’m firing up TOJW right now


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CajunSuperJeff
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
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Good, Bad, Ugly 

The best one.


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OystermanTiger
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
TOJW is my favorite but to add add to those already mentioned I’ll add Hang ‘em High.
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225bred
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Thank you sir, added!
I know what I’ll be doing this weekend, binging all these when I’m not on the boat


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Brosef Stalin
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
The Good The Bad and The Ugly
For a Few Dollars More
High Plains Drifter
Hang Em High


navy
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Might as well go ahead and watch "Paint Your Wagon"


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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
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Just finished “Unforgiven” & holy shite was it good! I know I know, I’m way late on this & it’s not some revelation to you folk.
Unforgiven is the shite.

Next Eastwood western should be definitely be The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.

It's out of sequence, but they're all excellent if you're a fan. And that's the best one.


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OystermanTiger
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
And Two Mules For Sister Sarah


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teke184
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Pretty much here to echo what has already been said... Outlaw Josey Wales, For A Few Dollars More, The Good The Bad And The Ugly, and Pale Rider.


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SEClint
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
The good the bad and the ugly

Outlaw JW

Pale rider

Fist full of dollars

Hang em high

For a few dollars more


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Dawgirl
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Advice from someone who has seen his movies 50 times over and since Clint is my favorite actor of all time, trust me when I tell you and because you are a newbie to Clint flicks - Definitely start with Outlaw Josey Wales. Then go with the Good the Bad and the Ugly, For a Few Dollars More, a Fistful of Dollars as these movies follow each other. My favorite has always been High Plains Drifter. Definitely check out Two Mules for Sister Sara. Hang 'em High, Joe Kidd and Pale Rider are ok.

Either way, Clint is the best when it comes to westerns and if you get around to watching all of his old ones, you will notice a lot of the same actors in his movies, especially after he started directing them himself.
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
Outlaw Josey Wales and the Good the Bad and the Ugly is a heck of a start! Lucky you.


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Fenwick86
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
A Fistful of Dollars is my favorite of the trilogy. An unofficial remake of Yojimbo that Leone got sued over. Kurosawa wrote a letter to Leone saying ‘I’ve seen your movie. It’s a very good movie. Unfortunately, it’s my movie.'”
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Dawgirl
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
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Paint Your Wagon


Fun movie to watch.


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SpqrTiger
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
When you do watch Outlaw Josey Wales, here’s a few thoughts for consideration:

It’s been said that it was the first movie to portray Native Americans in a positive light. This was the late 70s.

The movie has intriguing themes regarding toleration, self-reflection, and forgiveness.

Despite all that, this movie could not be made today. It’s all interesting to think about.


navy
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re: Watched “Unforgiven” for the first time this evening. What Eastwood western next?
"Piss on them fellas. Buzzards gotta eat, same as worms."



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