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Actor, Clint Eastwood, was born Clinton Eastwood, Jr. on May 31, 1930 in San Francisco, CA. As of December 2016, Clint Eastwood was 86 years old.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Clint Eastwood was nominated for six Academy Awards, winning two for Best Director for Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby in 1992 and 2004 respectively. He also won one Honorary Award in 1994 Clint Eastwood .
|1992||Best Actor||Unforgiven (1992)||Bill Munny||Nominated|
|1992||Best Director||Unforgiven (1992)||N/A||Won|
|2003||Best Director||Mystic River (2003)||N/A||Nominated|
|2004||Best Actor||Million Dollar Baby||Frankie Dunn||Nominated|
|2004||Best Director||Million Dollar Baby||N/A||Won|
|2006||Best Director||Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)||N/A||Nominated|
Academy Awards (Honorary Oscars)
|1994||IRVING G. THALBERG MEMORIAL AWARD||Clint Eastwood|
Clint Eastwood's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #151 on Aug 21, 1984.
Absolute Power (1997, )By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 16, 2017 From The Stop Button
Absolute Power has a number of narrative issues. Well, less narrative issues and more narrative slights. As the film enters the third act, director Eastwood and screenwriter William Goldman decide the audience has gotten enough out of the movie and its time to wrap things up. Its a shame because t... Read full article
A Perfect World (1993, )By Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 10, 2016 From The Stop Button
A Perfect World runs almost two hours and twenty minutes (it does with end credits). The last act of the film is a seventeen or so minute showdown in real time. Until that point in the film, John Lee Hancock’s script flirts with occasional sequences in real time, but there’s a lot of sum... Read full article
My Five Favorite MoviesBy Rick29 on May 30, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Note that this list isn't comprised of the five best Eastwood films. Rather, it's just one fan's personal faves. And since this is a classic movie blog, I've focused on Clint's work through the 1980s. 1. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976). Eastwood's fifth film as a director spotlights two of his favori... Read full article
CINEMA RETRO Special Edition--The American Westerns ofBy Dan Day Jr. on Aug 19, 2015 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
I've extolled the virtues of Cinema Retro magazine many times on this blog. It is one of the best classic movie magazines available, and their special editions--in which they devote a whole larger-sized issue to one subject--are must haves. I'm proud to say I have every single Cinema Retro special e... Read full article
An Interview with Pamelyn Ferdin on Star Trek, , and Playing Lucy in PeanutsBy Rick29 on Aug 6, 2015 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Pamelyn Ferdin may have been the busiest young performer in television in the 1960s and the 1970s. She made her TV debut in 1964 at age 4 and was soon cast in series like Bewitched and The Andy Griffith Show. She had a recurring role as Edna Unger, Felix's daughter, on The Odd Couple. She was later ... Read full article
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Monco: [counting reward sums of outlaws he just killed] Ten thousand... twelve thousand... fifteen... sixteen... seventeen... twenty-two. Twenty-two?
[a cowboy comes from behind, Monco turns and shoots him dead]
Col. Douglas Mortimer: Any trouble, boy?
Monco: No, old man. Thought I was having trouble with my adding. It's all right now.
Monco: Tell me, isn't sheriff supposed to be courageous, loyal and, above all, honest?
Sherrif of White Rocks: Yeah, that he is.
[Monco takes badge off of the sheriff's vest, and gives it to some town folks]
Monco: Think you people need a new sheriff.
Blondie: [appearing beside Tuco] Were you gonna die alone?
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