Lawman (1971)/The Kentuckian (1955)/The Unforgiven (1960)
"The Kentuckian" is a spirited adventure saga set in the 1820s, with Burt Lancaster (who also directed) as a widower who takes his young son with him on a journey from his native Kentucky to Texas. Along the way he visits his well-meaning relatives, frees and befriends a female bondslave and is confronted by a nasty saloon owner. Donald MacDonald, Diana Lynn and Walter Matthau (in his film debut) co-star. Then, "The Unforgiven" is a sprawling, star-laden saga of two families in 1850s Texas in conflict with the neighboring Indians over suspected half-breed Audrey Hepburn. John Huston directs an impressive cast that features Lancaster, Audie Murphy, Lillian Gish, Charles Bickford, and Doug McClure. Three-disc set also includes "Lawman." NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.