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Warner Bros. to release 35 Clint Eastwood films in special DVD collection; list of movies

1 December 2009 11:52 AM, PST | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

On February 16, 2010, Warner Bros. is planning to release a 19-disc collection of 35 films that were either acted, directed, or both, by Clint Eastwood. The package is entitled “Clint Eastwood: 35 Films, 35 Years at Warner Bros.,” and will contain features that span from 1968’s Where Eagles Dare to last year’s Gran Torino. The 35th film will be a short  documentary by film critic Richard Schickel called “The Eastwood Factor,” which is a play on the original title for Invictus, which was “The Human Factor.”

“I’ve known Clint for most of the time he’s been at Warner Bros.,” said Schickel. “I was fortunate to be able to wander around the Warner lot with him and hear his reminiscences. To be able to show him in the places where he works and lives and feels most comfortable is, I think, a unique opportunity.”

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- Nick Allen

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Warner Brothers Unveils Massive Clint Eastwood Box Set

30 November 2009 10:49 AM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

So you've got The Dirty Harry Collection, The Man with No Name Trilogy and maybe one of the other previously released Clint Eastwood DVD box sets, but still you need more. More Clint. Well, you must be feeling pretty lucky, punk, because Warner Brothers have just announced plans to release a rather insane collection of Clint Eastwood's films early next year. Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros will be a 19-disc set that covers all of his movies released through Warner Brothers between 1968 and 2008, starting with Where Eagles Dare and ending with Gran Torino. This is the kind of thing you usually only see years after someone has passed away, but we all know that Eastwood is still going strong. It's too bad they couldn't get this thing ready in time for Christmas though because I'm sure a lot of dads would probably love to see this under their tree. »

- Sean

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Not Available on DVD: Scorchy

19 November 2009 6:25 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Throughout her 50-year career, renaissance blonde Connie Stevens has been a popular star of movies and TV as well as a recording artist and founder of a hugely successful cosmetics empire. Now with the new film Saving Grace B. Jones, Ms Stevens can add movie director and screenwriter to her list of accomplishments. But I’ll always remember Ms Stevens fondly for a movie she starred in in the mid 70’s. It may not be her proudest moment but the 1976 movie Scorchy is an entertaining action-adventure in which Connie starred as a sexy undercover drug agent who will stop at nothing to break up a violent narcotics-smuggling ring. Scorchy was a fun, if not particularly good, movie aimed squarely at drive-in audiences who like their action spiced with a touch of sexploitation but Scorchy is Not currently available on DVD.

In Scorchy Connie Stevens plays Sgt. Jackie Parker (I have »

- Tom

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Actor Quade Dies

13 August 2009 6:31 PM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

American actor John Quade, who starred as the villain in several Clint Eastwood movies, has died.

Quade passed away in his sleep at his home in Rosamond, California on Sunday, according to his wife Gwen. He was 71.

The actor began finding work as a character actor in Hollywood in the 1960s, landing numerous TV and movie roles, including the part of Sheriff Biggs in the 1977 U.S. TV miniseries Roots.

He is best known as the motorcycle gang leader Cholla in the 1978 Eastwood movie Every Which Way But Loose and its 1980 sequel Any Which Way You Can.

He is survived by his spouse, six children and 10 grandchildren. »

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