(1980s) TV commercial (PSA): anti-Crack Cocaine campaign
13 Biographical Movies |
29 Print Biographies |
26 Interviews |
63 Articles |
19 Pictorials |
48 Magazine Cover Photos |
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[on Paint Your Wagon
(1969)] It wasn't like Singin' in the Rain
(1952), where it had a cohesive plot line. They started out with a real dramatic story and then made it fluffy. When they changed it around, I tried to bail out. It wasn't my favorite. I wasn't particularly nervous about singing on film. My dad was a singer and we'd have sing-arounds. But certainly [Frank Sinatra
] wasn't worried.
Former longtime companion Sondra Locke
blasted Eastwood in her autobiography, "The Good, the Bad, and the Very Ugly," writing that he persuaded her to have two abortions and a tubal ligation under false pretenses, sabotaged her directorial career after they split up, and secretly fathered two children with another woman during the last three years of their relationship.
Always at ease and never self-conscious.