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True Grit is a 2010 American Western film directed, written, produced, and edited by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. It is an adaptation of Charles Portis 1968 novel of the same name, starring Jeff Bridges as Deputy U.S. Marshal Reuben J. Rooster Cogburn and Hailee Steinfeld as Mattie Ross. The film also stars Matt Damon, Josh Brolin, and Barry Pepper. A previous film adaptation in 1969 starred John Wayne, Kim Darby and Glen Campbell.
Fourteen-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross hires Cogburn, a boozy, trigger-happy lawman to go after an outlaw named Tom Chaney who has murdered her father. The bickering duo are accompanied on their quest by a Texas Ranger named LaBoeuf who has been tracking Chaney for killing a State Senator. As the three embark on a dangerous adventure, they each have their grit tested in various ways.
Filming began in March 2010, and the film was officially released in the United States on December 22, 2010 after advance screenings earlier that month. The film opened the 61st Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2011. It was well received by critics with particular praise to its acting, directing, story, musical score and production values, with some deeming it superior to the original. It was nominated for ten Academy Awards, but won none: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Bridges), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Steinfeld), Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Sound Editing. The film was released on Blu-ray and DVD on June 7, 2011.
The father of fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross is murdered by hired hand Tom Chaney while on a trip to Fort Smith, Arkansas to purchase horses. While collecting her father s body, Mattie asks the local sheriff about the search for Chaney. He tells her that Chaney has likely fled with Lucky Ned Pepper and his gang into Indian Territory, where the sheriff has no authority, so she inquires about hiring a Deputy U.S. Marshal. The sheriff gives three recommendations, and Mattie chooses the meanest of the three, Rooster Cogburn. Cogburn initially rebuffs her offer, doubting both her grit and her wealth, but she raises the money by aggressive horse-trading.
Texas Ranger LaBoeuf arrives in town, pursuing Chaney for the murder of a Texas State Senator. LaBoeuf proposes joining Cogburn, but Mattie refuses his offer. She wishes Chaney to be hanged in Arkansas for her father s murder, not in Texas for killing the senator. Mattie insists on traveling with Cogburn but he departs without her, having gone with LaBoeuf to apprehend Chaney and split the reward.
After pursuing and catching up to the lawmen, Mattie is spanked for her perceived insolence by LaBoeuf. This, combined with a further disagreement, prompts Cogburn to end his arrangement with LaBoeuf; the latter leaves to pursue Chaney on his own. At a rural dugout, Cogburn and Mattie find two outlaws, Quincy and Moon, who surrender after Cogburn shoots and injures Moon. Initially, the outlaws deny any knowledge of Ned Pepper or Chaney, but Cogburn, using Moon s worsening injury as leverage, convinces Moon to cooperate. Quincy, enraged, stabs Moon and is himself shot and killed by Cogburn. A dying Moon informs Cogburn that Pepper and his gang will arrive at the dugout later that night for supplies.
Cogburn and Mattie plan an ambush for the Pepper gang, but LaBoeuf arrives first and is confronted by the gang. Cogburn shoots two gang members and accidentally hits LaBoeuf, but Pepper escapes. The next morning the three set off again in pursuit of Chaney and the Pepper gang, who Cogburn believes may be hiding out in the Winding Stair Mountains. Cogburn begins to drink heavily, and after several days of searching, the three find no trace of Chaney or the Pepper gang. Cogburn declares that the trail has gone cold and quits the pursuit; LaBoeuf leaves the posse, declaring he will return to Texas.
While retrieving water from a stream, Mattie happens upon Chaney. She shoots and wounds him, but her revolver then misfires, allowing Chaney to take her hostage. Ned Pepper convinces Cogburn to leave the area by threatening to kill Mattie. Pepper leaves Mattie alone with Chaney, ordering him not to harm her. Pepper then departs with the rest of the gang, stating he will return with a fresh horse for Chaney. Chaney, musing that Pepper has abandoned him to be captured by the law, attempts to kill Mattie. LaBoeuf, having rendezvoused with Cogburn, arrives and knocks Chaney unconscious, while Cogburn intercepts the fleeing gang in a four-to-one standoff.
Cogburn and the outlaws charge at each other headlong, with Cogburn killing two of the gang before his own horse is shot and falls, trapping him. As Pepper, mortally wounded, prepares to execute Cogburn, LaBoeuf shoots Pepper from 400 yards with his Sharps rifle. Chaney regains consciousness and knocks out LaBoeuf, but Mattie seizes LaBoeuf s rifle and shoots Chaney in the chest, killing him. The recoil knocks her into a pit, where she is bitten by a rattlesnake. Cogburn arrives and rescues Mattie, promising to send help for LaBoeuf before departing with Mattie to reach a doctor. After their horse collapses from exhaustion, Cogburn carries a delirious Mattie on foot to reach help. Mattie s arm is ultimately amputated, and although Cogburn stays with her until she is out of danger, he is gone by the time she regains consciousness.
Twenty-five years later, Mattie receives a letter from Cogburn inviting her to attend a traveling Wild West show in which he is performing. When she arrives at the show site, she learns that Cogburn died three days earlier. She has his body moved to her family cemetery and stands over the grave, reflecting on this decision, her choice not to marry, and her hope of hearing from LaBoeuf again if he is still alive.
- Jeff Bridges as Deputy U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn
- Hailee Steinfeld as Mattie Ross
- Matt Damon as Texas Ranger LaBoeuf
- Josh Brolin as Tom Chaney
- Barry Pepper as Lucky Ned Pepper
- Domhnall Gleeson as Moon (the Kid)
- Bruce Green as Harold Parmalee
- Ed Lee Corbin as Bear Man (Dr. Forrester)
- Roy Lee Jones as Yarnell Poindexter
- Paul Rae as Emmett Quincy
- Nicholas Sadler as Sullivan
- Dakin Matthews as Colonel Stonehill
- Elizabeth Marvel and Ruth Morris as 40-year-old Mattie
- Leon Russom as Sheriff
- Jake Walker as Judge Isaac Charles Parker
- Don Pirl as Cole Younger
- Jarlath Conroy as the Undertaker
- J. K. Simmons as J. Noble Daggett, Mattie s lawyer (voice only)
Adaptation and production
The project was confirmed in March 2009.
Ahead of shooting, Ethan Coen said that the film would be a more faithful adaptation of the novel than the 1969 version.
It s partly a question of point-of-view. The book is entirely in the voice of the 14-year-old girl. That sort of tips the feeling of it over a certain way. I think much funnier than the movie was so I think, unfortunately, they lost a lot of humor in both the situations and in her voice. It also ends differently than the movie did. You see the main character – the little girl – 25 years later when she s an adult. Another way in which it s a little bit different from the movie – and maybe this is just because of the time the movie was made – is that it s a lot tougher and more violent than the movie reflects. Which is part of what s interesting about it.
Mattie Ross is a pill , said Ethan Coen in a December 2010 interview, but there is something deeply admirable about her in the book that we were drawn to , including the Presbyterian-Protestant ethic so strongly imbued in a 14-year-old girl. Joel Coen said that the brothers did not want to mess around with what we thought was a very compelling story and character . The film s producer, Scott Rudin, said that the Coens had taken a formal, reverent approach to the Western genre, with its emphasis on adventure and quest. The patois of the characters, the love of language that permeates the whole film, makes it very much of a piece with their other films, but it is the least ironic in many regards .
Nevertheless, there are subtle ways in which the film adaptation differs from the original novel. This is particularly evident in the negotiation scene between Mattie and her father s undertaker. In the film, Mattie bargains over her father s casket and proceeds to spend the night among the corpses to avoid paying for the boardinghouse. This scene is, in fact, nonexistent in the novel, where Mattie is depicted as refusing to bargain over her father s body, and never entertains the thought of sleeping among the corpses.
Open casting sessions were held in Texas in November 2009 for the role of Mattie Ross. The following month, Paramount Pictures announced a casting search for a 12- to 16-year-old girl, describing the character as a simple, tough as nails young woman whose unusually steely nerves and straightforward manner are often surprising . Steinfeld, then age 13, was selected for the role from a pool of 15,000 applicants. It was, as you can probably imagine, the source of a lot of anxiety , Ethan Coen told The New York Times. We were aware if the kid doesn t work, there s no movie .
The film was shot in the Santa Fe, New Mexico, area on 22 March and wrapped on 27 April 2010, as well as in Bartlett, Granger and Austin, Texas. The first trailer was released in September; a second trailer premiered with The Social Network.
For the final segment of the film, a one-armed body double was needed for Elizabeth Marvel (who played the adult Mattie). After a nationwide call, the Coen brothers cast Ruth Morris – a 29-year-old social worker and student who was born without a left forearm.
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|Film||Release date||Box office revenue||Box office ranking||Budget||Reference|
|North America||North America||Other territories||Worldwide||All time United States||All time worldwide|
|True Grit||December 22, 2010||$171,243,005||$81,033,922||$252,276,927||No. 296||No. 611||$35–38 million|
In the holiday weekend following its December 22 North American debut, True Grit took in $25.6 million at the box office, twice its pre-release projections. By its second weekend ending January 2, the film had earned $87.1 million domestically, becoming the Coen brothers highest-grossing film, surpassing No Country for Old Men, which earned $74.3 million. True Grit was the only mainstream movie of the 2010 holiday season to exceed the revenue expectations of its producers. Based on that performance, The Los Angeles Times predicted that the film would likely become the second-highest grossing western of all time when inflation is discounted, exceeded only by Dances with Wolves. On Thursday, December 23, 2010, it opened to No. 3 behind Little Fockers and Tron: Legacy. On Friday, December 24, 2010, it went up to No. 2 behind Little Fockers. On Friday, December 31, 2010, it went up to No. 1 and then on January 1, 2011, it went back to No. 2 until January 3, 2011. It stayed No. 1 until January 14 and then went down to No. 3 behind The Green Hornet and The Dilemma. On February 11, 2011, it went down to No. 9 behind Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Just Go With It, Gnomeo and Juliet, The Eagle, The Roommate, The King s Speech, No Strings Attached, and Sanctum. It closed in theaters on April 28, 2011. True Grit took in an additional $15 million in what is usually a slow month for movie attendance, reaching $110 million. According to Box Office Mojo, True Grit has grossed over $170 million domestically and $250 million worldwide as of July 2011.
Both the brothers and Paramount Vice Chairman Rob Moore attributed the film s success partly to its soft PG-13 rating, atypical for a Coen brothers film, which helped broaden audience appeal. Paramount anticipated that the film would be popular with the adults who often constitute the Coen brothers core audience, as well as fans of the Western genre. But True Grit also drew extended families: parents, grandparents, and teenagers. Geographically, the film played strongest in Los Angeles and New York, but its top 20 markets also included Oklahoma City; Plano, Texas; and Olathe, Kansas.
True Grit received critical acclaim. Roger Ebert awarded 3.5 stars out of 4, writing, What strikes me is that I m describing the story and the film as if it were simply, if admirably, a good Western. That s a surprise to me, because this is a film by the Coen Brothers, and this is the first straight genre exercise in their career. It s a loving one. Their craftsmanship is a wonder , and also remarking, The cinematography by Roger Deakins reminds us of the glory that was, and can still be, the Western.
The Los Angeles Times critic Kenneth Turan gave the film 4 out of 5 stars, writing, The Coens, not known for softening anything, have restored the original s bleak, elegiac conclusion and as writer-directors have come up with a version that shares events with the first film but is much closer in tone to the book … Clearly recognizing a kindred spirit in Portis, sharing his love for eccentric characters and odd language, they worked hard, and successfully, at serving the buoyant novel as well as being true to their own black comic brio.
In his review for the Minneapolis Star Tribune Colin Covert wrote: the Coens dial down the eccentricity and deliver their first classically made, audience-pleasing genre picture. The results are masterful. Richard Corliss of Time named Hailee Steinfeld s performance one of the Top 10 Movie Performances of 2010, saying She delivers the orotund dialogue as if it were the easiest vernacular, stares down bad guys, wins hearts. That s a true gift .
Rex Reed of the New York Observer criticized the film s pacing, referring to plot points as mere distractions … to divert attention from the fact that nothing is going on elsewhere . Reed considers Damon hopelessly miscast and finds Bridges performance mumbly, lumbering, and self-indulgent. Entertainment Weekly gave the movie a B+: Truer than the John Wayne showpiece and less gritty than the book, this True Grit is just tasty enough to leave movie lovers hungry for a missing spice.
The US Conference of Catholic Bishops review called the film exceptionally fine and said mid its archetypical characters, mythic atmosphere and amusingly idiosyncratic dialogue, writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen s captivating drama uses its heroine s sensitive perspective – as well as a fair number of biblical and religious references – to reflect seriously on the violent undertow of frontier life .
Rotten Tomatoes reported that 95% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 275 reviews, with an average score of 8.32/10 and with its consensus stating: Girded by strong performances from Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, and newcomer Hailee Steinfeld, and lifted by some of the Coens most finely tuned, unaffected work, True Grit is a worthy companion to the Charles Portis book. Metacritic gave the film an average score of 80 out of 100 based on 41 reviews from mainstream critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale. Total Film gave the film a five-star review (denoting outstanding ): This isn t so much a remake as a masterly re-creation. Not only does it have the drop on the 1969 version, it s the first great movie of 2011 .
The film won the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Young Performer (Hailee Steinfeld) and received ten additional nominations in the following categories: Best Film, Best Actor (Jeff Bridges), Best Supporting Actress (Steinfeld), Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup, and Best Score. The ceremony took place on January 14, 2011.
It was nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards: Best Actor in a Leading Role (Bridges) and Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Steinfeld). The ceremony took place on January 30, 2011.
It was nominated for eight British Academy Film Awards: Best Film, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Bridges), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Steinfeld), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design. Roger Deakins won the award for Best Cinematography.
It was nominated for ten Academy Awards, but won none: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor (Bridges), Best Supporting Actress (Steinfeld), Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Sound Editing. When told of all the nominations, the Coen brothers stated, Ten seems like an awful lot. We don t want to take anyone else s.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 7, 2011.
|Plot||A stubborn teenager enlists the help of a tough U.S. Marshal to track down her father’s murderer.|
|Awards||Nominated for 10 Oscars, 38 wins & 169 nominations total|
|Directors||Ethan Coen, Joel Coen|
|Writers||Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Charles Portis|
|Stars||Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Hailee Steinfeld|
|Produced by||Ethan Coen,Joel Coen,David Ellison,Megan Ellison,Robert Graf,Scott Rudin,Paul Schwake,Steven Spielberg|
|Music by||Carter Burwell|
|Cinematography by||Roger Deakins|
|Film Editing by||Ethan Coen,Joel Coen|
|Casting By||Patti Carns Kalles,Ellen Chenoweth|
|Production Design by||Jess Gonchor|
|Art Direction by||Stefan Dechant,Christina Ann Wilson|
|Set Decoration by||Nancy Haigh|
|Costume Design by||Mary Zophres|
|Makeup Department||Deborah Ball,Christine Beveridge,Troy Breeding,Jacenda Burkett,Kay Georgiou,Jason Hamer,Thomas Nellen,Beate Petruccelli,Geordie Sheffer,Christien Tinsley,Terri Ewton,Michaela Farrell,Robin Myriah Hatcher,Heather Henry,Jennifer Hodges,Meredith Johns,Erwin H. Kupitz,Missy Lisenby,Kathy Miller,Sheila Moore,Joe Rivera,Yoichi Art Sakamoto,Alissa Shores,Marlene D. Whiton,Hiro Yada|
|Production Management||Catherine Farrell,Karen Ruth Getchell,Robert Graf|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Stephen Clarke,Bac DeLorme,Betsy Magruder,Jeremy Reisig|
|Art Department||Jeff B. Adams Jr.,J. Todd Anderson,Ulrike Auer-Erdoes,Pedro Barquin,Paul Barreras,David D. Baumann,Patrick Boyles,Noah Bradley,Rick Brondum,Thomas E. Brown,John C. Cameron,Brandon Campbell,Isaiah Carpenter,Kit Casati,Dirk Clark,Chris Clayton,Stacy Clinger,Dennis Collins,Chris Combs,Sage Emmett Connell,Jason Critchfield,Brian Cross,Tim Dingle,Derek Drewes,Travis Eisenberg,John Frick,Sonia L. Garcia,Daniel J. Gillooly,Graham Griswold,Gregory Hill,Elliott Hostetter,Richard Hurff,Scott G. Jones,Steve Kahn,Chris Keim,Jerry Kilber,Steve Laks,Ellen Lampl,Melody Lloyd,Pat Martine,David Menefee,Jarrette Moats,Leigh Anne Montaño,Orlando R. Montoya,Jesus Ornelas,Jose Orozco,Randy Ortega,Chris Painter,Sara Philpott,Adele Plauche,Leonard Sanchez,Eric S. Saperstein,Ronald F. Savini Jr.,Loren Schoel,Phil Shirey,John B.J. Smith,Michael Smothers,Duprelon Tizdale,Angelo Tomarchio,Joseph A. Torres,David Tye,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,Pierre Vial,Keith Walters,Tom Ward,Mark Weissenfluh,Francisco Whitson-Brown,Randal Woodward,Koen Wooten,Colin Zaug,Carl Zeller,Robert Brown,Corey Childress,Juliet Guimont,Thomas Schneider,Walter Schneider,Tek J. Smith,Kevan Weber,Robert H. Winn,Jeri Woodward|
|Sound Department||Douglas Axtell,Phil Barrie,Craig Berkey,Sarah Bourgeois,Blake Collins,Kay Colvin,Marko A. Costanzo,Joel Dougherty,Kenton Jakub,Bobby Johanson,Randall L. Johnson,Peter F. Kurland,George A. Lara,Skip Lievsay,Howard London,Jordan O Neill,Greg Orloff,Jason Stevens,Jay Wilkinson,Byron Wilson,Katy Wood,Bob Beher,Shayna Brown,Eric Harwood,David Raines|
|Special Effects by||Len Burge,Steve Cremin,Roland Hathaway,Robert House,William D. Lee,Damian Lund,Wes Mattox,Lee Alan McConnell,James W. McCormick,Brandon K. McLaughlin,Todd Minobe,Brian Montgomery,Robert Newton,Gary Petersen,Mark Rappaport,Lynette Roy,Bryan Sides,Richard Terry Tjelmeland,Dennis Yeager II,Aida Caefer,Matt Corrigan,David Johnson,Julian Ledger,Scott Oshita,Lynette Roy|
|Visual Effects by||Andy Burmeister,Alex Cancado,John Cassella,Marcel Caue,Ray Chang,Vincent Cirelli,Patrick Clancey,Nick Damico,Brandon Davis,Ruy Delgado,Chad Dombrova,Matthew G. Donnan,Tayla Ealom,Brian Fortune,Julie Garcia,Katie Godwin,Lenny Gordon,Anthony Grant,Steve Griffith,Jennifer Gutierrez,H Haden Hammond,Satoshi Harada,John R. Hazzard,Brent Hensarling,Marla Neto Henshaw,Catherine Hughes,Justin Johnson,Harimander Singh Khalsa,Tony Lyons,Jessica Madsen,Marcel Martins,Marcel Caue Martins,Paul Molodowitch,Glenn Morris,Gautama Murcho,Justin O Reilly,Michael Perdew,Tom Piedmont,Raphael A. Pimentel,Justin Porter,Pavel Pranevsky,Nathan Rich,Marcos Romero,Drew Rosen,Jean-Louis Schiller,Payam Shohadai,Joey Sila,Jared Simeth,Thanapoom Siripopungul,Ryan Sivley,Devin Smith,Safari Sosebee,Michael Stewart,Richard Sutherland,Steven Swanson,Ryan Trippensee,James Waterson,Elaine Wu,Brandon Young,Sonia Yu,Loic Zimmermann,Gus Duron,Jessica Madsen,Philippe Majdalani,Thomas Mathai,Artin Matousian,Jared Sanders,Ignacio Suárez Rubio|
|Stunts||Pedro Barquin,Thomas E. Bentley,Tony Lee Boggs,Craig Branham,Brian Brown,Tim Buchanan,Loyd Catlett,Eliza Coleman,Vince Deadrick Jr.,Danny Downey,Charlie Estepp,Mickey Giacomazzi,Scout Schoenfeld Hendrickson,Donald John Hewitt,Jery Hewitt,Cassidy Hice,Doran Ingram,Jennifer Lamb,Ian Mclaughlin,Casey O Neill,Michael Ortiz,Jason Owen,Monty Stuart,Mark Warrack,Mike Watson,Willie Weber,Paul Crow Willis,Tommy Goodwin,Louis Moncivias|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Jeff Anderson,Troy Anderson,Liza Bambenek,Jeff Bettis,Matt Bizer,Rich Bond,Nathan Brown,Paul Candrilli,Dante Cardone,Giovanni Carranza,Scott Conn,Eric Cunningham,Garrett Dawson,R. Michael De Chellis,Roger Deakins,Robert B. Dechellis,Wes Dixon,Allen Eaves,Paul Elliott,John Eschberger,Tobin Espeset,Benjamin Estrada,Kevin Fahey,Adam Flores,James Garcia,Charley Gilleran,John K.D. Graham,Christopher Griffin,Bruce Hamme,Ian Hanna,Brian M. Harman,Andy Harris,Donald R. Howe Jr.,Chip Huntington,John Hyeoma,Jason Keene,David R. Kohn,Kurt Kornemann,Charles C. Lee,Mitchell Andrew Lillian,Brian Malone,Rick Marroquin,Lea Miller,Lea E. Miller,Chris Napolitano,Steve O Hallearn,Sam Pearcy,Spencer Pharr,Jessica Ramos,Phillip Renke,Donis Rhoden,Val Schubert,Michael J. Schwartz,Lorey Sebastian,Christopher H. Sipes,Bobby Sledge,Pete Stockton,Jesse Tango,BJ Thomas,Leif E. Ulvog,Erik Untersee,Steve Urban,Ezra Venetos,Aaron Atom Vyvial,Craig Wadlin,Chris Wagganer,Bill Waltman,Chad Watters,Wilson Webb,Scott Wetzel,Jeff Andrus,Bradley Barnes,John Bonnin,Chip Byrd,Bennett Cerf,Ryan Eustis,Michael Fitzgerald,Trevor Howe,Chris Lovely,Damon Marcellino,Sean McClellan,Trevor Murphy,Lauren Petzke,Chad Lear Plunkett,Ian Quigley,Froylan Reyes Jr.,Greg Travis,Michael Woodside|
|Casting Department||Jo Edna Boldin,Debbie DeLisi,Elizabeth Gabel,Katrina Wandel George,Tracy Kilpatrick,Amy Kim,Hannah Macpherson,Marie A.K. McMaster,Amelia Rasche McCarthy,Joseph Spector,Steven Raye Stanard,Rachel Tenner,Megan Fleming,Nina Henninger,Sarah Kliban,Matt Ryan,Jennifer A. Wright|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Brenda J. Chambers,Debra Chapman,Erica Ciaglia,Celeste Cleveland,Bren Cook,Mitzie Corbin,Dominick De Rasmo,Lori DeLapp,Carol Demarti,Jenny Eagan,Emily Egge,Heidi Leigh Hanson,Charlotte Harrigan,Janice Janecek,Nikki Kelly,Keely Kuykendall,Corrine Larson,Eva Prappas,Lauren Pratto,Claire Sandrin,Barnaby Smith,Michelle Elaine Teague,Seda Tufenkjian|
|Editorial Department||Roland Eisinger,Rachel Faith Hanson,Gershon Hinkson,Ken Lebre,Christopher McDonald,Katie Mcquerrey,Mitch Paulson,Loan Phan,Mark Reaser,David O. Rogers,Neil A. Stelzner,Randy Yang,Rick J. Brown,George Chavez,Nancy Jundi,Todd Kolker,Vincent Polidoro,Nathaniel Lee Voelker|
|Location Management||Tyson Bidner,John P. Crowley,Kat Donahue,Robbie Friedmann,Pablo Kelly,Jason Wetter,Steve White,Justin T. Williams,Logan Cooper,Dustin Daniels,John Lucas,Holly Roach,Paul B. Roberts,Deborah Wakshull|
|Music Department||Carter Burwell,Michael Farrow,Tony Finno,Mick Gormaley,Todd Kasow,Sonny Kompanek,Lawrence Manchester,Sandra Park,Dean Parker,Chris Robertson,Chad Yarbrough,Denise Carver,Maki Suzuki,Sheldon Yellowhair|
|Script and Continuity Department||Thomas Johnston,Max Vergara Poeti-Marentini,Buster Jacob Coen|
|Transportation Department||Ted Basso,Keith Beard,Al Cantu,Tracy Craytor,Mark Crosby,Penny Hicks,Mike Hitch,Edward Lassak,Mitchell J. Neri,Paul Ripple,Tom Roberts,Pete Rueckert,Timothy P. Ryan,Mark Sanchez,Ken Smith,Catherine Adrian,Chris Basso,Kari Bernhardt,Gilley Grey,Lonnie Nelson,Lucas Pierce,Timothy P. Ryan Jr.,Lucas Stein|
|Additional Crew||Flora Amanda,Paula Amanda,John Arszyla,Jessica Attel,Amy Baklini,Randall Balsmeyer,Paul Beach,Cayley Bell,Michelle Beress,Eleanor Boatwright,Jen Brett,Jessie Bridges,Lisa Brown,Megan Alicia Brown,Alex Burunova,Cecilia Cardwell,Steven Cardwell,Matthew Carey,Juliette Caron,Craig Carter,Loyd Catlett,Mary Beth Chambers,Johnny Cicco,Buster Jacob Coen,Luke Crawford,Courtney Cunningham,Kera Dacy,Shanti Delsarte,James DeWitt III,Dave Dorn,Nicholas R. Doyle,Amy Draughn,Joe Forlini,Joshua Fritel,Vanessa Gaitan,Rachael Lin Gallaghan,Mollie A. Gallagher,Stan Garner,Taylor Gerrity,R. Elliott Guinn,Cody Haynes,Rusty Hendrickson,Ryan Hintz,Susana Hornil,Drew Houpt,David Kennedy,Ivan Kerum,Suraj Kaur Khalsa,Cheryl Kurk,Lisa Kurk-Dmytryk,Franciscus P. Laimbock,Rip Lowe,Jennifer P. Luther,Kristie Macosko Krieger,Todd Manes,Crystal McAlerney,Allistair McCray,Alex Milan,Andrew Alden Miller,Matthew J. Miller,Todd Minobe,Tim Monich,Allison Moore,Patricia Mary Murphy,Colin J. O Hara,Jason Owen,Karen Ramirez,Mark Rappaport,Naomi Reeves,Will Rimmer,Chris Robertson,David Romano,David C. Romano,Michael Rutkowski,Sam Rypinski,Saul Sanchez,Louise Spencer,Monty Stuart,Matthew Carson Taylor,Clinton Trucks,Lisa Van Allen,Desirae Wallace,Mark Warrack,Chuck Watts,Joanna Webb,Nick Zayas,Mike Andrade,Lava Buckley,Jennifer Carpenter,Alyssa Cashman,Kevin Curtin,Gil Dean,Greg Ferris,Cory Foster,Jenny Goddard-Garcia,Ronald Robert Hamilton,Stacey Knudson,Brent Lambert,Benjamin Meade,Charles Mulford,Brian Murphy,C.J. Neels,Sean Oliver,David Rambow,V. Ravner Salinas,Lane Stewart,Brenden Wedner,Brian Austin Wenrich|
|Thanks||Bill Hudson,Suzanne Lindbergh,Beverly Wood|
|Companies||Paramount Pictures, Skydance Media, Scott Rudin Productions|
|Keywords||based on novel,19th century,texas ranger,determination,one armed woman|