A collection of Clint Eastwood films from Warner Brothers, including some that he directed and produced. The films are: ‘Where Eagles Dare’ (1968), ‘Kelly’s Heroes’ (1970), ‘Dirty Harry’ (1971), ‘Magnum Force’ (1973), ‘The Enforcer’ (1976), ‘The Outlaw Josey Wales’ (1976), ‘Absolute Power’ (1977), ‘The Gauntlet’ (1977), ‘Every Which Way But Loose’ (1978), ‘Any Which Way You Can’ (1980), ‘Bronco Billy’ (1980), ‘Honkytonk Man’ (1982), ‘Firefox’ (1982), ‘Sudden Impact’ (1983), ‘Tight Rope’ (1984), ‘City Heat’ (1984), ‘Pale Rider’ (1985), ‘Heartbreak Ridge’ (1986), ‘Bird (Director’s Cut)’ (1988), ‘The Dead Pool’ (1988), ‘Pink Cadillac’ (1989), ‘The Rookie’ (1990), ‘White Hunter Black Heart’ (1990), ‘Unforgiven’ (1992), ‘Perfect World’ (1993), ‘The Bridges of Madison County’ (1995), ‘Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (Director’s Cut)’ (1997), ‘True Crime’ (1999), ‘Space Cowboys’ (2000), ‘Blood Work’ (2002), ‘Mystic River’ (2003), ‘Flags of Our Fathers’ (2006), ‘Letters from Iwo Jima’ (2006), ‘Gran Torino’ (2009) and ‘Invictus’ (2010). The set also includes the documentary ‘The Eastwood Factor’ (2010) by Richard Schickel.
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Clint Eastwoods illustrious film career, both behind and in front of the camera, has spanned more than a half century and has touched generations of filmgoers across the globe. The filmmaker/actor has won five Academy Awards®, while his films have grossed nearly $2 billion at the domestic box office.The collection, considered the largest feature film box set ever released for a single artist, contains 35 classic Eastwood films from the Warner library, and highlights the breadth and depth of his extraordinary work. The box set will span from Where Eagles Dare (1968), through to Invictus (2010). The set includes the classic Dirty Harry movies, Oscar® winners and nominees such as Mystic River and Unforgiven, the westerns that propelled him to fame, gritty war movies including Letters From Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers, classic comedies such as Every Which Way But Loose, and many more besides.An additional film is The Eastwood Factor. An intimate short film from Time magazine critic and film historian Richard Schickel, The Eastwood Factor gives viewers a rare insight into the life of the filmmaker and actor. Eastwoods candid, intelligent and often humorous interviews about his work, along with Schickels selection of scenes from his movies, result in an up-close and personal portrait of one of the great icons of our era. The documentary offers a clear reminder of why Eastwoods career as both a great filmmaker and actor has been so enduring, and his work so respected.Eastwoods relationship with Warner Bros. began in 1975 with the signing of a long-term pact, and Eastwoods Malpaso Productions moved onto the studios lot. Among the many awards the actor/filmmaker has received for his work are four Oscars® and 11 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director Academy Award® wins. Eastwood has also received five Golden Globes®, countless critics association accolades and lifetime achievement awards from, among others, the Directors Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild, the American Film Institute and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Cecil B. DeMile Award). In addition, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented him with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. Recently, Eastwood was made a commander in the prestigious French Legion of Honor (Légion dhonneur), cited for his “body of work, his longevity and his ability to delight audiences around the globe”.Early in his career, Eastwood starred as the Man with No Name in A Fistful of Dollars, his first spaghetti western, which was a box office success and drew attention to the young actor. Additional roles followed, including the role of Harry Callahan in five Dirty Harry films, beginning in 1971. That same year, he made his directorial debut with Play Misty for Me. Other noted Eastwood films include the Charlie Parker biography Bird; The Bridges of Madison County, In the Line of Fire, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, White Hunter, Black Heart, Absolute Power, Space Cowboys, Mystic River, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima and, most recently, Gran Torino. His newest film, Invictus, stars Oscar® winners Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon in the inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with Francois Pienaar, captain of South Africa’s rugby team, to help unite their country.Titles in Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years1. Where Eagles Dare (1968)2. Kelly’s Heroes (1970)3. Dirty Harry (1971)4. Magnum Force (1973)5. The Enforcer (1976)6. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)7. Absolute Power (1977)8. The Gauntlet (1977)9. Every Which Way But Loose (1978)10. Any Which Way You Can (1980)11. Bronco Billy (1980)12. Honkytonk Man (1982)13. Firefox (1982)14. Sudden Impact (1983)15. Tight Rope (1984)16. City Heat (1984)17. Pale Rider (1985)18. Heartbreak Ridge (1986)19. Bird (Directors Cut) (1988)20. The Dead Pool (1988)21. Pink Cadillac (1989)22. The Rookie (1990)23. White Hunter Black Heart (1990)24. Unforgiven (1992)25. Perfect World (1993)26. The Bridges of Madison County (1995)27. Midnight In The Garden Of Good and Evil (Directors Cut) (1997)28. True Crime (1999)29. Space Cowboys (2000)30. Blood Work (2002)31. Mystic River (2003)32. Flags of Our Fathers (2006)33. Letters From Iwo Jima (2006)34. Gran Torino (2009)35. Invictus (2010)Also includes an additional documentary film by Richard Schickel, The Eastwood Factor.Actors Clint Eastwood Certificate 18 years and over Year 1968 – 2010 Languages English