Star and director Clint Eastwood has just joined up with a band of Confederate stragglers who get routed by Union troops in this credit sequence from The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Arrival of the police car indicating that the situation has suddenly become urgent, retired New York schoolteacher Harry (Art Carney) being evicted, and panicked son Burt (Philip Bruns) with a weak rescue, early in writer-producer-director Paul Mazursky's Harry And Tonto, 1974.
Opening sequence finds star and director Clint Eastwood a mild-mannered Missouri farmer in the fields with his son, about to be given cause for vengeance in The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Much story progress as Jack (Dustin Hoffman, also narrating) assures Old Lodge Skins (Chief Dan George) he's ready to fight, then gets captured and meets Rev. Pendrake (Thayer David) in Arthur Penn's Little Big Man, 1970.
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