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Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros. (2010)

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  • Actors: Clint Eastwood
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 20
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 518 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003X2P95I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,136 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Hours of Special Features including Commentaries and Featurettes on many films
Collectible DVD album packaging

Editorial Reviews

Hollywood icon and legend Clint Eastwood has touched generations of filmgoers for over half a century. In honor of Eastwood's longstanding 35-year relationship with Warner Bros through Malpaso Productions, WHV is releasing this definitive DVD collection containing 35 classic Clint Eastwood films from the Warner library and highlighting the breadth and depth of his work -- from Where Eagles Dare through Invictus. Included are his “Dirty Harry” movies, Best Picture Oscar® dramas and nominees, Westerns, war movies, comedies, and more – plus commentaries, featurettes, extras on many of his films, and the documentary The Eastwood Factor, which offers a rare and personal look at the actor and filmmaker.  Note: Extras are only included for some films.

Films included: 1. Where Eagles Dare, 1968, 2. Kelly's Heroes, 1970, 3. Dirty Harry, 1971, 4. Magnum Force, 1973, 5. The Enforcer, 1975, 6. The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976, 7. The Gauntlet, 1977, 8. Every Which Way but Loose, 1978, 9. Bronco Billy, 1980, 10. Any Which Way You Can, 1980, 11. Honkytonk Man, 1982, 12. Firefox, 1982, 13. Sudden Impact, 1983, 14. City Heat, 1984, 15. Tightrope, 1984, 16. Pale Rider, 1985, 17. Heartbreak Ridge, 1986, 18. Bird, 1988, 19. The Dead Pool, 1988, 20. Pink Cadillac, 1989, 21. White Hunter, Black Heart, 1990, 22. The Rookie, 1990, 23. Unforgiven, 1992, 24. A Perfect World, 1993, 25. The Bridges of Madison County, 1995, 26. Absolute Power, 1997, 27. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, 1997, 28. True Crime, 1999, 29. Space Cowboys, 2000, 30. Blood Work, 2002, 31. Mystic River, 2003, 32. Million Dollar Baby, 2004, 33. Letters from Iwo Jima, 2006, 34. Gran Torino, 2008, 35. Invictus plus The Eastwood Factor (2009 documentary).

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567 of 588 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Some Great Movies in a Poor Quality Package April 17, 2011
There will always be a few duds in any actor's resume but Clint Eastwood only seems to be getting better with every picture. The problem with buying this specific collection is the absolutely horrible quality of most of the discs. Several of the movies, 'Any Which Way You Can' is just one, wouldn't play or stalled mid movie on 3 different DVD players. The Dirty Harry movies were full of video grain and there was very little use of the surrounds in a home theater system. The fact that these movies, but for a couple of exceptions, are all two sided on the discs, one on one side and another on the opposite side, probably contributes to the poor quality. Additionally, the packaging of these DVDs makes it necessary for you to grab the outside of the disc, leaving fingerprints and body oils, over the disc itself. I take great care in how I handle my DVDs but getting around touching the flat side of the disc is impossible. I sat through every disc that would play except for Madison County before I returned the collection to Amazon. Where was 'Play Misty for Me'? Gladly would trade that for the absurd Kelly's Heros and while 'Letters from Iwo Jima' is included, where is its sister movie? Who picked these to be in the collection and why from such lousy masters? The whole experience was frustrating. Glad that Amazon was so cooperative about my returning it for a refund. Should they come out with a properly packaged, Blu Ray collection, I would happily purchase it.

The films that are included, if they'll even play for you are: 1. Where Eagles Dare, 1968, 2. Kelly's Heroes, 1970, 3. Dirty Harry, 1971, 4. Magnum Force, 1973, 5. The Enforcer, 1975, 6. The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976, 7. The Gauntlet, 1977, 8. Every Which Way but Loose, 1978, 9. Bronco Billy, 1980, 10.
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340 of 352 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The good the bad and the lousy> February 15, 2011
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As an Eastwood fan i can't put down the content or the price. A lot of gems like "White Hunter Black Heart " Honky Tonk Man " shows just how good an actor Eastwood really is . Great! However the movie disks are all double sided. They re inclosed in a box set that makes it impossible not to smug the disk before playing them. When you open the box set, the carboard book is a bunch of bound together single pockets. You are required to pinch the exposed disk area and pull it out from a very tight pocket.( No paper sleeves!) This of course will smudge both surfaces.

I also question the resolution of the films. If the dvds are packaged in such a manner, is the copy resolution as high as the single disks we have been buying for years? (more on this later) I will keep the set but I will carefully back up all of them and play those.

If you are expecting a large box set for you book case where you can clearly and safely pull out the film you need well that's not going to happen. This is a poorly if not cheaply thought out compilation that due to poor concept packaging does not serve the consumer on the long run if he (or she ) is not carefull. I would have paid more for single disks in proper cases. C'mon Clint your fans deserve better!!!
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286 of 298 people found the following review helpful
First things first, I greatly admire Clint Eastwood as an actor and director ,and he's been the major film star of my baby boomer lifetime.

I just picked this set up so I am reviewing as an OWNER , not someone who has read the contents and wants to prattle on about Clints career at Warners. I was sad to find that the discs are the notorious Flippers (a movie on each side) instead of the far more stable single sided discs. Given that many of these movies are already available for under 10 bucks each This is still a cheap way to buy all of his movies for anyone that is that big a fan but who doesn't already own them.. I'm a bit confused as to who they are marketing to? I am a big fan and own many of these but thought it might be a great way to house films in a smaller package and looked forward to the documentary and the book etc..

Extras.... the documentary is only a 21 minute "teaser" for the real one due this summer and NOT 16x9 but letterboxed 4:3 wow..that's lame. They DO give you a web address and a code to get the whole documentary mailed out in the summer of 2010...but when you go to it, it says that address either doesn't yet exist or has other troubles and come back later. Who knows what that is about...have so many people bought this and tried to redeem that their server crashed...not likely, probably just more corporate stupidity and "I thought you had set that up" finger pointing. really a big nothing..tease for the real book in stores, and the pouch with a few photos ,again nothing special.

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108 of 111 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lousy packaging September 24, 2011
I won't try to rate the movies as most people already know what they think. I want you to know about the lousy packaging. The discs are tight inside a cardboard sleeve with 2 movies per disc. It is impossible to take them out without fingerprints on your discs. They are labeled with print so small you'll need a magnifying glass to read it. There is no way you'll handle these discs over a period of time without scratching them. The outside sleeve is so flimsy it will soon be split. Really a cheap way to present this set. Thirty-five movies for this price is a good value but plan to put the discs into your own cases or sleeves with your own labeling.
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