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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros.

Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros.

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Synopsis: Clint Eastwood's illustrious motion picture career has spanned more than a half century and has touched generations of filmgoers. Warner Home Video will celebrate Eastwood and his 35-year association with the studio with a comprehensive, elegant giftset, Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros., to be released February 16, 2010. The collection, considered the largest feature film box set ever released for a single artist, contains 34 classic Eastwood films from the Warner library and highlights the breadth and depth of his work -- from Where Eagles Dare through Gran Torino. Included are his 'Dirty Harry' movies, his Best Picture Oscar® dramas and nominees, his Westerns, his war movies, his comedies, and more.

Clint Eastwood’s entire filmography at Warner Bros. from Where Eagles Dare through Gran Torino): 35 films on 19 discs, including 16 two-sided discs

Hours of special features including commentaries and featurettes

The Eastwood Factor: An all-new intimate short film from film critic Richard Schickel offering a rare personal look at Eastwood

Elegantly boxed in double-wide DVD album giftset packaging

24-page sampler booklet with an extract from Clint: A Retrospective by Richard Schickel published by Sterling Publishing Co. Inc.

Rare and one-of-a-kind correspondence and photos

Review: Who doesn't love Clint Eastwood, right?  Not only do you get all of the films in his archive, but you get the Eastwood Factor.  The Eastwood Factor is a great documentary that we got the chance to check out.  Let me tell you, it was fantastic.  You get an up-close and personal look at Eastwood..his legacy and you hear a lot from the man himself.

You get stories about the early days of Eastwood working with Warner Bros.  You even see the effect that he holds today, when he discusses how he saved a sound recording studio on the Warner lot that was used to score most of his films.  They've now named it the Eastwood studio and its functional again.

I'd highly recommed picking this set up.  It has a great collection of classic films that are all must-owns and a great new documentary that will make any Eastwood fan happy!

Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars