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He rose to fame for playing the Man with No Name in Sergio Leone's Dollars trilogy of spaghetti westerns ( A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ) during the late 1960s, and as Harry Callahan in the Dirty Harry films ( Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer, Sudden Impact, and The Dead Pool ) throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
Dirty Harry ( 1971 ), written by Harry Julian Fink and Rita M. Fink, centers around a hard-edged New York City ( later changed to San Francisco ) police inspector named Harry Callahan who is determined to stop a psychotic killer by any means.
His lines ( quoted left ) have been cited as among the most memorable in cinematic history and are regarded by firearms historians, such as Garry James and Richard Venola, as the force which catapulted the ownership of. 44 Magnum pistols to unprecedented heights in the United States ; specifically the Smith & Wesson Model 29 carried by Harry Callahan.
It was Siegel's highest-grossing film and the start of a series of films featuring the character Harry Callahan.
Once filming of Breezy had finished, Warner Brothers announced that Eastwood had agreed to reprise his role as Detective Harry Callahan in Magnum Force ( 1973 ), a sequel to Dirty Harry, about a group of rogue young officers ( among them David Soul, Robert Urich and Tim Matheson ) in the San Francisco Police Force who systematically exterminate the city's worst criminals.
Eventually, she is discovered by two men: Harry ( Paul Hampton ) and Reg Hanley ( James T. Callahan ), who sign her as a soloist for their southern tour in hopes of landing a radio network gig.
Clint Eastwood plays the title role, in his first outing as San Francisco Police Department Inspector " Dirty " Harry Callahan.
SFPD Inspector Harry Callahan ( Clint Eastwood ) finds a ransom message demanding the city pay him $ 100, 000.
The script, titled Dead Right, was originally written by Harry Julian and Rita M. Fink, a story about a hard-edged New York City police inspector Harry Callahan, determined to stop Travis, a serial killer, by any means at his disposal.
The role of Harry Callahan was originally written for John Wayne, whom the Finks had just finished working with on Big Jake ( 1971 ).
Sinatra was 55 at the time and since the character of Harry Callahan was originally written as a man in his mid to late 50s ( and Eastwood only then 41 ), Sinatra fit the character profile.
Details about the film were first released in film industry trade papers in April, September and November 1970 with Frank Sinatra attached as Harry Callahan and Irvin Kershner listed as director and producer with Arthur Jacobson acting as associate producer.
Eastwood has claimed that he took the role of Harry Callahan because of the character's obsessive concern with the victims of violent crime.
Some of which include ; Calvin Klein, Darth Vader of the Planet Vulcan ( Back to the Future ), Clint Eastwood ( Back to the Future Part III ), and Sonny Crockett / Harry Callahan / Michael Corleone ( 2011 video game only ).
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Harold, with brothers Frank, Joe and William, took over at the death of their father, Harry M. Stevens, who put a few dollars into a baseball program, introduced the `` hot dog '' and paved the way for creation of a catering empire.
After being located for some years in the Village at the Equinox Pharmacy under the supervision of Mrs. Harry Mercier, it is presently located in the Hill and Dale Shop, Manchester Center.
* Andy Warhol makes a digital painting of Debbie Harry at the Commodore Amiga product launch press conference in 1985
* 1945 – Physicist Harry K. Daghlian, Jr. is fatally irradiated in a criticality accident during an experiment with the Demon core at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Capp had earlier provided the Shmoo for a special Children's Savings Bond in 1949, accompanying President Harry S. Truman at the bond's unveiling ceremony.
Excavations were resumed at the Walcott Quarry by the Geological Survey of Canada under the persuasion of trilobite expert Harry Blackmore Whittington, and a new quarry, the Raymond, was established about 20 metres higher up Fossil Ridge.
In 1957 Harry Trask was a young staff photographer at the Traveler when he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his photo sequence of the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria in July 1956.
A year later, at fourteen years old, he moved on to Fatima College where he started his development as a promising young player under cricket coach Mr. Harry Ramdass.
According to anthropologists Todd Sanders and Harry G. West, evidence suggests that a broad cross section of Americans today gives credence to at least some conspiracy theories.
Clement Attlee ( left ) with President Harry S. Truman and Joseph Stalin at the 1945 Potsdam Conference.
* In 2006, The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem awarded Colin Powell with the Truman Peace Prize for his efforts to conduct the " war against terrorism ," through diplomatic as well as military means, and to avert regional and civil conflicts in many parts of the world.
One of his wins that year came at North Wilkesboro, in a race where Harry Gant had a chance to set a single-season record by winning his fifth consecutive race, breaking a record held by Earnhardt.
After World War II Eisenhower served as Chief of Staff under President Harry S. Truman, then assumed the post of President at Columbia University.
It stipulated that Harry S. Truman, the incumbent at the time, would not be affected by the amendment.
as Fagin, and also co-starred with Micky Dolenz in Harry Nilsson's play The Point at the Mermaid Theatre in London in 1978.
He took another position with another minor San Francisco studio, and subsequently received an offer to work with producer Harry Cohn, at his new studio in Los Angeles.
In 1959, a team led by Harry Ihrig built a 15 kW fuel cell tractor for Allis-Chalmers which was demonstrated across the US at state fairs.
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Smithsonian mineralogist George Switzer is credited with persuading Harry Winston to donate the Hope Diamond to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History for a proposed national gem collection to be housed at the museum.
For its first four decades in the National Museum of Natural History, the Hope Diamond lay in its necklace inside a glass-fronted safe as part of the gems and jewelry gallery, except for a few brief excursions: a 1962 exhibition to the Louvre ; the 1965 Rand Easter Show in Johannesburg, South Africa ; and two visits back to Harry Winston's premises in New York City, once in 1984, and once for a 50th anniversary celebration in 1996.
The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin holds a selection of Miller's watercolors, as did the Henry Miller Museum of Art in Ōmachi City in Nagano, Japan, before closing in 2001.
The other facilities include the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Tinker Field, the Florida Citrus Bowl, Harry P. Leu Gardens, and Mennello Museum .. Amway Arena was demolished by implosion on March 25, 2012.
* Harry Kels Swan New Jersey Historian ; Curator, National Museum of the American Revolution, President and founder of the Swan Historical Foundation
Other landowners were Thomas Hitchcock and his family, Harry Payne Whitney and his wife the former Gertrude Vanderbilt, founder of New York's Whitney Museum, at Apple Green ( formerly a Mott house ), Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, whose estate is now subdivided into the Old Westbury Country Club and New York Institute of Technology.
One of the first public projects of the fund was financing the establishment of the Laogai Museum, a museum opened by noted Chinese dissident Harry Wu to showcase China's laogai penal system.
* In 2008, Harry Wu opened the Laogai Museum in Washington, D. C., calling it the first ever United States museum to directly address human rights in China.
Contradictory to this though is the tonic book of Harry Telford, Phar Lap ’ s owner and trainer, and is on display in Museum Victoria, Melbourne.
Dr. Harry Hawthorn served as the first director of the new Museum, with his wife, Dr. Audrey Hawthorn, serving as its first curator.
The museum was originally called the National Air Museum when formed on August 12, 1946 by an act of Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman, some pieces in the National Air and Space Museum collection date back to the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia after which the Chinese Imperial Commission donated a group of kites to the Smithsonian after Smithsonian Secretary Spencer Fullerton Baird convinced exhibiters that shipping them home would be too costly.
* In 1946, Harry Smith produced hand-painted films in San Francisco which screened at the Art in Cinema series at the San Francisco Museum of Art.
Cranbrook Art Museum is a museum of contemporary art with a permanent collection including works by Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia, Maija Grotell and Carl Milles, as well as Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
* Harry Gouvas, MD, PhD, Medical Doctor, Writer and Collector ( The Museum of Arts and Sciences, Flamboura, Preveza )
Easybeats lead guitarist Harry Vanda is probably the best-known Maton player of the Sixties, and his famous red Maton Sapphire semi-acoustic 12-string ( which he donated to the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney in 1999 ) was an integral part of the Easybeats ' sound throughout their career, and features prominently on hit singles like " I'll Make You Happy ".
Giangreco and Robert E. Griffin, Airbridge to Berlin-The Berlin Crisis of 1948, its Origins and Aftermath ( 1988 ), accessed at Harry S. Truman Library & Museum on August 14, 2006
In March 2006, viewers of BBC2's The Culture Show and visitors to London's Design Museum voted Harry Beck's Tube map as their second-favourite British design of the 20th century in the Great British Design Quest.
Released in tandem with a Jefferson Bible exhibit at the National Museum of American History, the reproduction features introductory essays by Smithsonian Political History curators Harry R. Rubenstein and Barbara Clark Smith, and Smithsonian Senior Paper Conservator Janice Stagnitto Ellis.