Take a tour of the Hatfield family farm.
Tom Berenger plays Jim Vance, the uncle of Devil Anse, and a ruthless, vindictive man with a near-psychotic penchant for brutality.
Bill Paxton plays Randall McCoy, the McCoy family patriarch. He is dedicated to his wife Sally and is a doting father. Traumatized and imprisoned during the Civil War, Randall is a good man--moral, religious and law-abiding--but his rigid code of honor, self-righteousness and bitterness eat away at him.
The McCoy family talk about what it means to them to be a McCoy.
Powers Booth plays Wall, the oldest of the four Hatfield brothers. Wall is a dignified West Virginia judge with a trenchant manner. He tries to stay out of the feud, but soon gets caught up in the violence.
Mare Winningham plays Sally McCoy, the loving wife of Randall McCoy. Emotionally complex and saddled with ominous premonitions, Sally is the undisputed matriarch of the McCoy family--and one of the most tragically affected by the feud's violence.
Andrew Howard plays Bad Frank, a private detective and killer-for-hire with a grudge against the Hatfields. Smart, tough and determined, he is hired by the McCoys and deputized by the Kentucky governor to become a renowned, pitiless hunter of Hatfields.
Lindsay Pulsipher plays Roseanna, the stunningly beautiful daughter of Randall and Sally McCoy, and Randall's favorite child. Roseanna attracts the romantic attention of Johnse Hatfield.
A Brief History of Moonshine from the Hatfield's & McCoy's both families talk about what Moonshine is, the different names for it and what it means to the Appalachian area.
Sarah Parish plays Levicy, the wife of Devil Anse Hatfield and his closest, most trusted confidant. Levicy is the mother of Johnse, Cap and their 11 other children.
Mark & Brenda Hatfield show off several family heirlooms they have in their collection.
The Hatfields and McCoys tell their version of the infamous feud.
Bonded by their oath to the same flag, two confederate soldiers, "Devil" Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) and Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton), return home seeking peace after tireless months of battle. Their expectations are quickly shattered when a murder based on misunderstandings and an illicit love affair trigger warfare between former comrades and their clans. This historic feud teeters on the brink of an all out civil war as friends and neighbors join opposing sides in a rivalry that would ultimately shape American History.
"I Know These Hills" music video featuring Kevin Costner & Modern West with Sara Beck
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