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“Unforgiven” Movie Ranch Lists for $25.5 Million

The 1992 film Unforgiven, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, was one of the most critically acclaimed Westerns of the 1990s. The set of Unforgiven’s main town, Big Whiskey, has been fully preserved on a sprawling Alberta estate known as “The Ranch at Fisher Creek” which also hosted Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, and other stars during the filming of the movie. Now listed for sale at $19.2 million US ($25.5 million Canadian), the ranch spans 480 acres and includes a spacious main lodge, several guest cabins, an indoor equestrian arena, and a lake with a boathouse, in addition to the movie set.

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