The Outlaw Josey Wales (DVD)

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The Outlaw Josey Wales (DVD)



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2h 15min


Nominated for 1 Oscar, 1 win & 2 nominations total


Clint Eastwood


Forrest Carter, Philip Kaufman, Sonia Chernus


Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Chief Dan George

Produced by

Robert Daley, James Fargo, John G. Wilson

Music by

Jerry Fielding

Cinematography by

Bruce Surtees

Film Editing by

Ferris Webster

Casting By

Jack Kosslyn

Production Design by

Tambi Larsen

Set Decoration by

Charles Pierce

Makeup Department

Joe McKinney, Lorraine Roberson, Jack Obringer

Production Management

John G. Wilson, Nick Falco Sr.

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Alan Brimfeld, James Fargo, Win Phelps

Art Department

Edward Aiona, Al Litteken, Nayce Acosta, Ragnar Antonsen, Dan Baray, Robert L. Clark, Franklin Combs, Michael D. Combs, Jack Davis, Tom Del Genio, Tim Di Puma, Bill Gold, Henry Hail, Roy Kirkpatrick, George Lillie, Richard Lind, Ronald MacDonald, Alan Manser, William S. Maxwell III, Frank Medina, Michael Muscarella, Andrew Sandy Overholtzer, James J. Pickering, Eugene J. Reed, Bob Rentch, John Rozman, John J. Rutchland Jr., George Samson Jr., Marty Seidman, John Sexton, Paul Sophy, Dean Wilson

Sound Department

Bert Hallberg, Tex Rudloff, Keith Stafford, Steve Birkett, Alex Bytnar, David Rust

Special Effects by

R.A. MacDonald, A. Paul Pollard, Frank Hafeman


Walter Scott, Bennie E. Dobbins, Jerry Gatlin, Bob Hoy, John Hudkins, Mike H. McGaughy, George Orrison, Larry Randles, Neil Summers, Greg Walker, Rock A. Walker, Richard Wenz, Rodd Wolff

Camera and Electrical Department

Kenneth Adams, Richard Barth, Doug Cook, Thomas Del Ruth, Joseph Hernandez, Charles Holmes, Jack Kennedy, Charles W. Short, Timothy E. Wade, Howard Anderson, George Bacos, Don Christie, Bob Fillis, Leroy Hershkowitz, Tony Ledger, Alvin Presley, Gary Stromp, David Tomack

Casting Department

Marilyn Nash, Jack N. Young

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Glenn Wright, Tom Dawson, Susan Smith

Editorial Department

Joel Cox

Music Department

Dan Carlin Sr., Jerry Fielding, Malcolm McNab, Lennie Niehaus

Script and Continuity Department

John Franco

Transportation Department

Art Rimdzius, John Brumby, John Conte, Robert Conte, Howard Brady Davidson, Robert Fish, Tim Hill, Wayne Krause, Hank MacFarlane, James Marett, Russ Meadows, Joe Sawyers, Steve Schultz, Donald Tuttle, Norman Walke, Tom Yardley

Additional Crew

Fritz Manes, James Moffett, Rudy Ugland, Diana Brent, Jack Casey, Cecil Higgins, Wayne Kerner, Carl Longstrom, Don Mink, Marshall Moody, Ramon Pahoyo, Estelle Schaffer, Elizabeth Yanoska




Warner Bros., The Malpaso Company




English, Navajo, Spanish





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Short Description

The Outlaw Josey Wales is a 1976 American Revisionist Western film set during and after the American Civil War. It was directed by and starred Clint Eastwood (as Josey Wales), with Chief Dan George, Sondra Locke, Sam Bottoms, and Geraldine Keams. The film tells the story of Josey Wales, a Missouri farmer whose family is murdered by Union militants during the Civil War. Driven to revenge, Wales joins a Confederate guerrilla band and makes a name for himself as a feared gunfighter. After the war, all the fighters in Wales group except for him surrender to Union officers, but they end up being massacred. Wales becomes an outlaw and is pursued by bounty hunters and Union soldiers as he tries to make a new life for himself.

The film was adapted by Sonia Chernus and Philip Kaufman from author Asa Earl Forrest Carter s 1972 novel The Rebel Outlaw: Josey Wales (republished, as shown in the movie s opening credits, as Gone to Texas). The film was a commercial success, earning $31.8 million against a $3.7 million budget. In 1996, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry of the Library of Congress for being deemed culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant .

Josey Wales was portrayed by Michael Parks in the film s 1986 sequel, The Return of Josey Wales. His wife Laura Lee was played by Mary Ann Averett in the sequel.

Box Office Budget

$3,700,000 (estimated)

Box Office Gross USA


Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross



Civil war veteran,revenge,post american civil war,bounty on one's head,wanted outlaw