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We like to celebrate the great Hollywood tough guys at Super-8 Movie Madness and this February’s show is no exception. We’ve had Super-8 Charles Bronson Movie Madness and Super-8 Lee Marvin Movie Madness and on Tuesday February 7th at The Way Out Club we’ll be keeping up the tradition with Super-8 Clint Eastwood Movie Madness !!!
That’s right; we’ll be showing condensed (18 minute) versions of several of Clint Eastwood’s greatest films on Super-8 sound film projected on a big screen. Here’s the Clint line-up: Escape From Alcatraz, Where Eagles Dare, The Eiger Sanction, and a 35-minute cut of High Plains Drifter. We’ll also show 8-minute version of two films that Clint made early appearances in: Revenge Of The Creature and Tarantula. Then we’ll haul out our 16mm projector and screen a 16mm print of an episode of the ’60s TV series Rawhide »
- Tom Stockman
When J. Edgar was released last Fall, We Are Movie Geeks published our Top Ten Tuesday article on Clint Eastwood’s best films as director. With word that Eastwood has come out of acting retirement, it’s time for another Top Ten list, this time of movies that Clint has starred in. Trouble With The Curve is currently filming and stars Clint as an ailing baseball scout in his twilight years who takes his daughter (played by Amy Adams) on the road for one last recruiting trip. This will be Clint’s first acting role since Gran Torino in 2008.
Super-8 Clint Eastwood Movie Madness will be a great way to celebrate the life and films of this legendary American actor. It takes place February 7th at the Way Out Club in St. Louis (2525 Jefferson in South City). Condensed versions of these memorable Clint Eastwood films will be shown on a »
- Movie Geeks
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