Aim for the Heart: The Films of Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood is one of the world’s most popular action stars, who has matured into one of America’s finest producer-directors. Entertaining, illuminating and packed with information, Aim for the Heart is the first book to cover his full life in the movies, showing how as both actor and filmmaker Eastwood aims for the heart of the drama, whatever the story.
Howard Hughes follows Eastwood's craft through over 50 movies. He looks at his beginnings in fifties B-movies and in TV's Rawhide and his launch into superstardom in Sergio Leone's sixties spaghetti westerns. Later roles are discussed, including Beguiled, The Bridges of Madison County and Million Dollar Baby. Since 1970, Eastwood has enjoyed parallel success as director-producer of his own Malpaso Productions, with Bird, Mystic River and Letters from Iwo Jima, demonstrating formidable directing credentials.
Alongside details of all his movies, Eastwood’s story is illustrated with film stills, glimpses behind the scenes, and rare poster advertising material. Also featuring the most comprehensive credits filmography ever compiled on Eastwood’s work, as star and director.
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) Director: Sergio Leone PEA/Unlted
Artists (Italian/US) 169 minutes Clint Eastwood (Blondy), Lee Van Cleef (Angel
Eyes, alias 'Sergeant Allen Crane'), Eli Wallach (Tuco Pacifico Juan Maria
... Harry Dean Stanton (Willard), Hal Buckley (Captain Maitland), Stuart Margolin (
Little Joe), Jeff Morris (Cowboy), Fred Pearlman (Mitchell), Tom Troupe (Job),
Richard Davalos (Gatowsky), Len Lesser (Sergeant Bellamy, Bridging Engineers
... Giambalvo (Gus Wheeler, pyromaniac), Peter Anthony Jacobs (Sergeant
Holloway), Bill Wattenburg (Nolan Kennard, victim blown up in car), Hugh
McCann and Suzanne Sterling (Man and woman on talk show), Lloyd Nelson (
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