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Eastwood plays the role of San Francisco Police Department Inspector "Dirty" Harry Callahan.
This seemed to be director Don Siegel's view and was latter propagated in subsequent Dirty Harry films by Eastwood.
A lot of people like to see this kind of no nonsense guy which I think accounts for much of it's appeal.
It's Classic Clint Eastwood, and it has been cleaned up and digitized.Published 11 days ago by Robert G. Kelly
This film is the absolute matrix for a series of four more films with and by Clint Eastwood as well as a new way to deal with the problem of extreme crime and both the police... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jacques COULARDEAU
DIRTY HARRY is quintessential Clint! As Harry Callahan, Eastwood became the ultimate 70s cop. In this brilliant first installment, he must take on the utterly insane SCORPIO killer... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
One of the best all time movies to this day. Clint at his finest!Published 28 days ago by Allen Lakosky
Wow I thought there was more to this movie. I'm glad I didn't go see it when it came out. The acting is so-so and so is the theme. I was expecting more from Clit Eastwood.Published 1 month ago by Harry Joseph
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It is a good week. Cloverfield is a strong maybe, There Will Be Blood is required viewing. Signs will be coming home with me as well. If I hadn't bought the Dirty Harry set on standard DVD a couple of years ago that would be on the list as well. Face Off will probably have to wait a coupleof... Read More
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Not at all. The giallo style doesn't really show up in the US until the very end of the seventies in films like 'The Eyes of Laura Mars,' 'Dressed to Kill' and the slashers - and it is usually very diluted.
Where there are huge stylistic similarities would be in the poliziotteschi that... Read More
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