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The Clint Eastwood Collection


Western · 8h 27m · 10/7/2014


THE CLINT EASTWOOD COLLECTION Five-time Oscar Winner Clint Eastwood* is synonymous with excellence, subtlety and versatility. Yet with his piercing blue eyes, steel jaw, and calm, occasionally predatory demeanor, Eastwood is probably still most adored as cinema's quintessential tough guy. In these four acclaimed Westerns, Eastwood draws characters that are measured, dangerous, and inescapably entertaining. A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS Eastwood is at his intimidating best in the first installment of a landmark trilogy. As the laconic "Man With No Name," he pits rival smuggling gangs against each other in this gritty Western filled with tongue-in-cheek humor. 1964/Color/100 Minutes [R] FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE A keen-eyed bounty hunter on the bloody trail of the territory’s most treacherous bandit, the “Man With No Name” (Eastwood) must either team up with a ruthless rival (Lee Van Cleef) or face certain death from a band of murderous outlaws. 1965/Color/131 Minutes [R] THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY In the beloved, iconic final offering of the films featuring the “Man With No Name” (Eastwood) forms an unlikely alliance with two gunslingers (Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach) to pursue a fortune in gold amidst war-ravaged terrain. 1966/Color/161 Minutes [PG-13] HANG ‘EM HIGH Mistaken for murderous rustler, a man (Eastwood) is left to die at the end of a rope. Narrowly escaping death, however, he becomes a deputy and, one by one, tracks down the men who tried to kill him. 1968/Color/115 Minutes [PG-13]

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