Clint Eastwood, Dirty Harry "...so you've got to ask yourself one question - do I feel lucky? Well do ya punk!" Enough said.

"You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" Harry Calahan (Clint Eastwood) in Dirty Harry

Clint Eastwood, "For a Few Dollars More"... Sergio Leone, 1965..always wanted to be the strong silent type and do good..

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Clint Eastwood became a Western icon when he made his 'spaghetti westerns' during the The poncho that he wore in three of these movies apparently was never washed during production.

Clint Eastwood might've been the most UN-Attentional comedic actor of all time. I just Love him.

Brilliant actor, love his Dirty Harry movies, and his spaghetti westerns and some of his latest films.

Clint Eastwood  クリント・イーストウッド  Actor, Film director  映画俳優、映画監督

Fine Art Portraits like to go to the other extreme. Portraits of older actors, and most notably Clint Eastwood, have portraits taken in black and white which accentuate the lines and blemishes and harsh effects of being alive for a long time.

Young Clint Eastwood

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"I tried being reasonable, I didn't like it." — Clint Eastwood

Dirty Harry , “Do ya feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk”, Inspector “Dirty” Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood)

Clint Eastwood, by Nigel Parry.

In a rare interview as he stars in Gran Torino, the Hollywood legend opens up about the "pussy generation," America's blasé remembrance of Barack Obama achieving the unimaginable, the beginning of his acting career (hint: good-lo

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