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PICTURES: 1 new photos on my Flickr!

1 new photos uploaded just now (May 23, 2016 at 02:46PM).

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PICTURES: 1 new photos on my Flickr!

1 new photos uploaded just now (May 22, 2016 at 01:22PM).

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PICTURES: 1 new photos on my Flickr!

1 new photos uploaded just now (May 22, 2016 at 12:57PM).

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Clint Eastwoodathon #10: Where Eagles Dare (1968)

Where Eagles Dare finds Clint Eastwood and Richard Burton taking on a castle full of Nazis in what many consider a classic piece of World War II action cinema. 544 more words

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PICTURES: 15 new photos on my Flickr!

15 new photos uploaded just now (May 20, 2016 at 01:01PM).

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Clint Eastwoodathon #7: Coogan's Bluff (1968)

Let’s go back in time, before even Dirty Harry, to Clint Eastwood’s first starring role as a cop. Coogan’s Bluff is a continual reminder of a bygone time both in the old-west style character of Coogan, and the intensely sixties vibe that runs through the film from start to finish (but mostly the finish). 525 more words

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Clint Eastwoodathon #6: Tightrope (1984)

The sixth police film of the Clint Eastwood marathon finds us again watching a mediocre, underwhelming movie with few merits. The further I progress with Clint in the genre, the more I feel like he didn’t care too much for what he was doing. 601 more words

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