A mysterious avenger helps the innocent citizens of a corrupt gold-mining town in Pale Rider (1985), directed by and starring Clint Eastwood.
An Allied team sets out to free an American officer held by the Nazis in a mountaintop castle in Where Eagles Dare (1969) starring Richard Burton & Clint Eastwood.
Setenza (Lee Van Cleef) sees what's coming as Joe (Clint Eastwood) rescues Tuco (Eli Wallach) from hanging and they ride off to their confrontation in the desert in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1967.
Star and director Clint Eastwood has just joined up with a band of Confederate stragglers who get routed by Union troops in this credit sequence from The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Kelly (Clint Eastwood) drops in on Quartermaster Crapgame (Don Rickles) with a lucrative idea in an early scene from director Brian G. Hutton's Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
The stranger (Clint Eastwood) with a quick oration for the Rojos, confronts several Baxters, in a scene hewing closely to Akira Kurosawa's original Yojimbo, early in Sergio Leone's A Fistful Of Dollars, 1964.
Inspector Callahan (Cllint Eastwood) is not one bit intimidated by the mayor (John Vernon), unlike the chief (John Larch) and Bressler (Harry Guardino), early in Don Siegel's Dirty Harry, 1971.
Stranger (star and director Clint Eastwood) arriving in Lago, meets thugs at the bar then visits the barber (William O'Connell), violence coming soon, early in High Plains Drifter, 1973.
A mysterious stranger plays dueling families against each other in a Mexican border town in A Fistful of Dollars (1964) starring Clint Eastwood.
Posing as a Union officer, Setanza (Lee Van Cleef) has a thug beat some information out of Tuco (Eli Wallach), which he then uses to propose a new deal with Joe (Clint Eastwood) in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1967.
Opening sequence finds star and director Clint Eastwood a mild-mannered Missouri farmer in the fields with his son, about to be given cause for vengeance in The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Blowhard General Colt (Carroll O'Connor) launches an introductory rant aimed at subordinates (including Robert McNamara as Roach) in Kelly's Heroes, 1970.
Gus Lobel (Clint Eastwood) has been a top baseball scout for decades, but age has caught up with him.
The lives of a retired psychic, a French tsunami survivor and a London schoolboy intersect, forever changed by what they believe might or must exist in the hereafter.
Gus Lobel (Clint Eastwood) has been one of the best scouts in baseball for decades, but, despite his efforts to hide it, age is starting to catch up with him. Nevertheless, Gus refuses to be benched for what could be the final innings of his career. He may not have a choice. The front office of the Atlanta Braves is starting to question his judgment, especially with the country's hottest batting phenom on deck for the draft. The one person who might be able to help is also the one person Gus would never ask: his daughter, Mickey (Amy Adams), an associate at a high powered Atlanta law firm whose drive and ambition has put her on the fast track to becoming partner. Mickey joins him on his latest scouting trip to North Carolina, jeopardizing her own career to save his. Forced to spend time together for the first time in years, each makes new discoveries, revealing long held truths about their past and present that could change their future.
An expert but aging baseball scout is joined by his daughter on his latest trip. Forced to spend time together for the first time in years, each reveals long-held truths about their past.
Gus Lobel has been one of the best scouts in baseball for decades, but, despite his efforts to hide it, age is starting to catch up with him. Nevertheless, Gus refuses to be benched. He may not have a choice. The front office of the Atlanta Braves is starting to question his judgment, especially with the country's hottest batting phenom on deck for the draft. The one person who might be able to help is also the one person Gus would never ask: his daughter, Mickey.
During his lifetime, J. Edgar Hoover would rise to be the most powerful man in America. As head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for nearly 50 years, he would stop at nothing to protect his country. Through eight presidents and three wars, Hoover waged battle against threats both real and perceived, often bending the rules to keep his countrymen safe. His methods were at once ruthless and heroic, with the admiration of the world his most coveted, if ever elusive, prize. Hoover was a man who placed great value on secrets-particularly those of others-and was not afraid to use that information to exert authority over the leading figures in the nation. Understanding that knowledge is power and fear poses opportunity, he used both to gain unprecedented influence and to build a reputation that was both formidable and untouchable.
As head of the FBI through eight presidents and three wars, Hoover waged battle against threats both real and perceived, often bending the rules to keep his countrymen safe.
Director Clint Eastwood discusses his newest film "J. Edgar."
Clint Eastwood tells Jon about his new prohibition-era thriller, "Changeling."
A Preview Of The 79Th Academy Awards
An Hour Of Conversation With Academy Award-Winning Filmmaker Clint Eastwood About His Two Films, "Flags Of Our Fathers", And "Letters From Iwo Jima", Which Respectively Approach The Battle Of Iwo Jima From An American And Japanese Perspective.
Catapulted to international prominence by Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Westerns, Clint Eastwood leapt from TV lead to world-class movie star. Then with Dirty Harry came super-stardom. But even that was not enough.
A Conversation With Clint Eastwood, Which Originally Aired January 14, 2005, About His Roles As Director, Actor And Composer For The Film "Million Dollar Baby".
Filmmaker Clint Eastwood Sits Down With Charlie To Talk About His Life, His Career, And His New Film Million Dollar Baby, Which Is Receiving Much Critical Praise.
A conversation with Meryl Streep
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!