Gunsmith Cats
Directed by Emma Watson
Produced by Emma Watson
Written by Screenplay:
Emma Watson
David S. Goyer
Kenichi Sonoda
Starring Emma Watson
Bonnie Wright
Edward Norton
Sienna Miller
Shin Koyamada
Morgan York
Timothy Dalton
Aracely Arambula
Music by Bruce Broughton
Cinematography Adam Greenberg
Editing by Conrad Buff
Studio DreamWorks SKG
Summit Entertainment
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
DreamWorks SKG
Release date(s) September 10 2010
Running time 120 min.
Country United States
Language English

Gunsmith Cats is a 2010 action film directed by Emma Watson, who plays Rally Vincent in her early days as a gun store owner and bounty hunter. Bonnie Wright is her co-star, portraying Minnie May Hopkins.


Actor Role Mexican Doblaje Seiyuu
Emma Watson Rally Vincent Emma Watson Emma Watson
Bonnie Wright Minnie May Hopkins Alondra Hidalgo Natsuko Kuwatani
Edward Norton Bean Bandit Ricardo Tejedo Daisuke Hirakawa
Sienna Miller Becky Farrah Ana Lobo Yui Horie
Shin Koyamada Ken Takizawa Enrique Horiuchi Shin Koyamada
Morgan York Misty Brown Ana Lucia Ramos Rica Fukami
Timothy Dalton Roy Coleman Carlos Segundo Kiyoshi Kobayashi
Aracely Arambula Riff Raff Aracely Arambula Urara Takano
Dominique Swain Bonnie Cristina Camargo Toshiko Fujita
Jake Gyllenhaal Clyde José Luis Orozco Yasunori Matsumoto
Sean Biggerstaff Grey Rene García Daisuke Namikawa
Scott Weiland Jones Mario Arvizu Naoki Tatsuta
Tilda Swinton Goldie Musou Maru Guerrero Satsuki Yukino


  • There are two versions. The R-rated theatrical cut includes narration by Rally but omits her more pervasive language as well as graphically violent content. The unrated Director's Cut omits the narration but restores the deleted scenes for a 145-minute running time.
  • The first film in the Gunsmith Cats trilogy, an attempt to make a darker look at how Rally and Minnie May got started with Gunsmith Cats.


See also: Gunsmith Cats home video releases

The premiere took place at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL on August 31, 2010. The film premiered on September 10, 2010. The theatrical version is rated R "for violence, sensuality, nudity, drug use and pervasive language". The unrated Director's Cut "contains graphic violence and explicit language". The film will be released on home video on December 15, 2010.

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