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Eastwood's only comedies have been Every Which Way but Loose ( 1978 ) and its sequel Any Which Way You Can ( 1980 ), which are his two most commercially successful films after adjustment for inflation.
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Eastwood's nineteen-minute installment took only a few days to shoot, but his performance did not please the critics, one writing that " no other performance of his is quite so ' un-Clintlike ' ".
" When asked to comment on the news of Eastwood's marriage to Dina Ruiz in 1996, Sondra Locke told People magazine " The only thing that's sad is that there are several women in his life who are the mothers of his children, and he chose to marry one who is not.
In Yojimbo, the protagonist defeats a man who carries a gun, while he carries only a knife and a sword ; in the equivalent scene in Fistful, Eastwood's pistol-wielding character survives being shot by a rifle by hiding an iron plate under his clothes to serve as a shield against bullets.
Leone reportedly took to Eastwood's distinctive style quickly and commented that, " I like Clint Eastwood because he has only two facial expressions: one with the hat, and one without it.
The film was eventually shot in 52 days for $ 14. 4 million dollars, not counting Eastwood's fee, although in interviews Eastwood sometimes said the film only cost $ 9 million to make.
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Glassberg arranged for Eastwood to have an audition with Arthur Lubin who, although impressed with Eastwood's appearance and frame, initially questioned his acting skills, remarking, " He was quite amateurish.
Eastwood's frequent exploration of ethical values has drawn the attention of scholars, who have explored Eastwood's work from ethical and theological perspectives, including his portrayal of justice, mercy, suicide, and the angel of death.
They are also used by sport shooters and have been featured in numerous Hollywood movies, particularly Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry.
Conversely, Eastwood's annual Chinese New Year Celebrations have broadened its appeal by incorporating concurrent Korean New Year traditions, and have accordingly been renamed the Lunar New Year Festivities.
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Dirty Harry has been described as being arguably Eastwood's most memorable character, and the film has been credited with inventing the " loose-cannon cop " genre.
Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film marked the highest point of Eastwood's directing career, and the film has since been cited as one of his most underrated directorial achievements.
He usually avoids actors ' rehearsing and prefers most scenes to be completed on the first take ; Eastwood's rapid filmmaking has been compared to Woody Allen, Ingmar Bergman, Jean-Luc Godard, and the Coen brothers.
" Richard Corliss in Time wrote that the film was " Eastwood's meditation on age, repute, courage, heroism – on all those burdens he has been carrying with such grace for decades.
* Ryman Auditorium has been featured in several movies, including Robert Altman's Nashville ( 1975 ) starring David Arkin, Barbara Baxley, Ned Beatty, and Karen Black ; W. W. and the Dixie Dancekings ( 1975 ) starring Burt Reynolds, Jerry Reed, Ned Beatty, Don Williams, Mel Tillis, and Art Carney ; Coal Miner's Daughter ( 1980 ) starring Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones ; Clint Eastwood's Honkytonk Man ( 1982 ) ; and Sweet Dreams ( 1985 ) starring Jessica Lange and Ed Harris.
The script, written by Jeremy Joe Kronsberg, had been turned down by many other big production companies in Hollywood and most of Eastwood's production team agents all thought it was ill advised.
A clear example of a popular American phrase that has been adopted by people familiar with both cultures would be Clint Eastwood's famous quote " Make my day.
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Other film roles include: And I Alone Survived ( 1978 ), Strapless ( 1989 ), The Astronaut's Wife ( 1999 ), Clint Eastwood's Space Cowboys ( 2000 ), Lars von Trier's Dogville, the Kevin Bacon-directed Loverboy ( 2005 ) and The Sentinel ( 2006 ).
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Among these are the. 22 rimfire, a caliber popular for target shooting and teaching novice shooters ;. 38 Special and. 357 Magnum, known for its police use ; the. 44 Magnum, famous from Clint Eastwood's " Dirty Harry " films ; and the. 45 Colt, used in the Colt revolver of the Wild West.
The film was controversial for its portrayal of violence, Eastwood's role creating the prototype for the macho cop of the Dirty Harry film series.
The film proved a surprising success upon its release and became Eastwood's most commercially successful film at the time.
The title is a reference to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, as the rider of the pale horse is Death, and shows similarities to Eastwood's 1973 western High Plains Drifter in its themes of morality and justice as well as its exploration of the supernatural.
" The film was a box office failure, earning less than half its $ 55 million ( US $ in dollars ) budget and was Eastwood's worst-performing film of the 1990s aside from White Hunter Black Heart, which had a limited release.
" The film grossed more than $ 90 million in its United States release, more than Eastwood's two previous films combined.
Critically, Eastwood's performance was poorly received and was named " Worst Actor of the Year " by the Harvard Lampoon and the film was criticized for its level of violence.
Upon its release, the film was a surprising success and became Eastwood's most commercially successful film at the time.
" The film grossed over $ 90 million in its United States release, more than Eastwood's two previous films — True Crime and Absolute Power — combined.
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Clinton Heylin describes " Seeing The Real You At Last " as " a compendium of images half remembered from Hollywood movies ," as many of the lyrics made " allusions to Humphrey Bogart movies, Shane, even Clint Eastwood's Bronco Billy.
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He followed this with Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves ( 1991 ), the Oliver Stone-directed JFK ( 1991 ), The Bodyguard ( 1992 ), and Clint Eastwood's A Perfect World ( 1993 ), all of which provided box office or critical acclaim.
One of the first films about a fan being disturbingly obsessed with their idol was Clint Eastwood's directorial debut film, Play Misty for Me ( 1971 ), about a California disc jockey pursued by a disturbed female listener ( Jessica Walter ).
In a Clint Eastwood's 1982 movie Honkytonk Man, his character meets Bob Wills ( played by Johnny Gimble, an original Texas Playboy ), who is recording in a studio with other former band members.
In addition to various Spielberg films, Amblin has produced movies by other directors such as Joe Dante ( Gremlins, Small Soldiers, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Innerspace ), Robert Zemeckis ( the Back to the Future trilogy, Who Framed Roger Rabbit ), Brian Levant ( the Flintstones duology ), Matthew Robbins (* batteries not included ), Penelope Spheeris ( the 1994 film remake of The Little Rascals ), Brad Silberling ( Casper ), Don Bluth ( An American Tail, The Land Before Time ), Clint Eastwood ( The Bridges of Madison County, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Hereafter-except for the last named the Amblin logo does not appear on Eastwood's films, or on Schindler's List & True Grit ), Gil Kenan ( Monster House ), Martin Campbell ( The Mask of Zorro, The Legend of Zorro ), Richard Donner ( The Goonies ), Jan de Bont ( Twister ), Barry Sonnenfeld ( the Men in Black trilogy ), Martin Scorsese ( Cape Fear ), Joe Johnston ( Jurassic Park III ), J. J. Abrams ( Super 8 ), The Coen Brothers ( True Grit ), and Simon Wells ( An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, and We're Back!
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Eastwood has his own Warner Bros. Records-distributed imprint Malpaso Records, as part of his deal with Warner Brothers, which has released all of the scores of Eastwood's films from The Bridges of Madison County onward.
Scenes of a more established Gold Rush town ( in which Eastwood's character picks up his pistol at a Wells Fargo office ) were filmed in the real Gold Rush town of Columbia, also in Tuolumne County, California.
Curb organized his own musical group, The Mike Curb Congregation in the 1960s ; they had a Top 40 pop hit in early 1971 with the title cut from their album Burning Bridges ( written and composed by Lalo Schifrin and Mike Curb ) which was used as the theme of Clint Eastwood's film Kelly's Heroes.
He also received BMI awards for composing " Burning Bridges " for Clint Eastwood's " Kelly's Heroes " and for composing " All for the Love of Sunshine " which was Hank Williams, Jr's.
Eastwood's performance in the third installment was overshadowed by positive reviews given to Daly as the strong-minded female cop, which she would follow up with a similar role as Det.
Maltz had originally written a script with a happy ending, in which Eastwood's character and the girl live happily ever after.
It was with Clint Eastwood that McKinney would become most associated, becoming part of Eastwood's stock company after they worked together in Michael Cimino's Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, in which McKinney played a character called Crazy Driver.
When the stadium was being built in the 1960s, Clint Eastwood's Spaghetti Westerns were very popular in Greece, and the stadium's nickname is a reference to Eastwood's 1965 film For a Few Dollars More ( which had the Greek title Duel in El Paso ), as the stadium's backdrop reminded people of the scenery in the movie.
From 1959 to 1965, he starred as Teddy in the Television Western Rawhide, the show which launched Clint Eastwood's career.
During an introductory scene, where Eastwood's character pulls up in an unmarked squad car to foil the plans of the car thieves, a z-shaped thoroughfare called Santa Fe Street, provided the perfect secluded background at night which also happened to overlook the Los Angeles skyline.
In 2004, Baruchel played boxing hopeful Danger Barch in Clint Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby, which received an Oscar for Best Picture the following year.
In 2006, she had a small but substantial role in Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated World War II drama Flags of Our Fathers and returned to New Zealand in late 2007 to a starring role in Show of Hands, which premiered at the Montreal Film Festival in 2008, and earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Qantas Television Awards.
After Clint Eastwood's speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention, which featured Eastwood talking to an empty chair representing President Barack Obama, a modified version of the image with the caption, " Old man yells at chair ", was used in an internet meme.
He played lead to Clint Eastwood's third billing in Ambush at Cimarron Pass, which Eastwood is quoted as saying was " probably the lousiest western ever made.
The property was originally owned by Columbia Pictures, which traded the rights to Warner Bros. at Eastwood's instigation, in exchange for the rights to what would become Columbia's 1990 Kevin Costner vehicle, Revenge.