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    Default Favorite Clint Eastwood movie?

    I was trying to figure out which Clint Eastwood movie I have enjoyed the most. I really like the Dirty Harry movies but its the westerns he did I like best. My vote goes to Hang Em High although Two Mules For Sister Sara and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly are right up there.

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    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly is my favorite. Great story. Great characters. And Eastwood was at his best.

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    Well, it AIN'T "Bridges of Madison County".......,

    Always liked Pale Rider & High Plains Drifter.

    But, Kellys Hero's is on my list of all time favorite movies, regardless of who we're talking about.
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    Well, as much as I enjoy all of his older Western work -- all the way back to Rowdy Yates, I thought Unforgiven was better than anything he did in his 20's or 30's.

    Play Misty for Me still makes the hairs on my neck stand on end.

    Thunderbolt & Lightfoot was very entertaining.

    Kelly's Heroes will always be my favorite, though.

    I've always told the wife, if there was a celebrity I could arrange to have dinner with, it would be Clint Eastwood. He has done it all from slapstick to high drama -- and acted, directed and produced. He is the man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffinsgf
    Well, as much as I enjoy all of his older Western work -- all the way back to Rowdy Yates, I thought Unforgiven was better than anything he did in his 20's or 30's.

    Play Misty for Me still makes the hairs on my neck stand on end.

    [i]Thunderbolt & Lightfoot[i] was very entertaining.

    Kelly's Heroes will always be my favorite, though.

    I've always told the wife, if there was a celebrity I could arrange to have dinner with, it would be Clint Eastwood. He has done it all from slapstick to high drama -- and acted, directed and produced. He is the man.
    You left out one of Clints least recognized achievements. He wrote the musical scores for a great many of his movies.
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    Kelly's Hero's
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    The Outlaw Josey Wales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyP
    The Outlaw Josey Wales.
    Another one of my favorites. Forgot about that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmwithjunk
    You left out one of Clints least recognized achievements. He wrote the musical scores for a great many of his movies.

    You're right. I noticed that on the first Iwo Jima movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _RaT_
    I was trying to figure out which Clint Eastwood movie I have enjoyed the most. I really like the Dirty Harry movies but its the westerns he did I like best. My vote goes to Hang Em High although Two Mules For Sister Sara and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly are right up there.

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    Some good ones yet to be mentioned are Heartbreak Ridge and In the Line of Fire. Unforgiven gets my vote though.
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