Five films. Where Eagles Dare - Plenty of explosions, suspense and adventure make this an exciting WW2 espionage thriller. A US General is held captive in a castle high up in the Bavarian Alps, and Burton and Eastwood are assigned to go where only eagles dare, to rescue him. City Heat - In the Prohibition days of bath-tub gin and jazz babies, a Kansas City cop teams up with a second rate private eye to bust the rival mob families. Eastwood is a joy, wickedly sending up his earlier vigilante roles and showing a rare glimpse of comedy talent. Heartbreak Ridge - Vietnam vet drill sergeant has to take a bunch of rookie marines and lick them into shape for action during the invasion of Grenada. Eastwood is outstanding as the hard-nosed career soldier, married to the Corps, whose life off the parade ground won't seem to play by the rule book. Pink Cadillac - Bounty hunter Clint Eastwood comes to the aid of Bernadette Peters the wife of a crook in this hilariously funny and action-packed movie. Disguises aplenty and a mixture of brains and brawn help him catch the villains and pursue a romantic relationship with Peters. White Hunter, Black Heart - Clint Eastwood stars as film director John Wilson, a character loosely modelled on John Huston, in this intriguing drama based on events during the filming of The African Queen, when Huston was reputedly more interested in shooting elephants than completing his movie. Directed by Eastwood, this is a fascinating story based on the book by scriptwriter Peter Viertel who worked with Huston in the Belgian Congo.
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