Munny's (Clint Eastwood's) friend wimps out and leaves the group before
Munny and the Kid track down and kill the last of the whore-beaters.
The whore who delivers their reward lets slip that Little Bill and his
men found him, killed him, and are displaying his corpse in town as a
warning to other bounty hunters. Upon hearing this, the "Old Munny"
finally reasserts itself, takes a belt of whisky, then rides into town
for revenge. He finds the entire posse celebrating in the saloon. He
shoots the proprietor of the saloon/whorehouse in cold blood, then
kills a half a dozen more in the resulting shootout, including Little
Bill who requires an extra bullet. He allows the survivors to file
out alive while he reloads. The Reporter remains and gets a brief
interview before sensing that it's time for him to retreat. Munny has
intimidated the town so thoroughly that no one has the guts to
confront him and he quietly rides out of town. An epilogue before the
end credits claims that Munny then moved to San Francisco, taking his
children with him, and prospered in dry goods.
Thanks, Andy I!
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