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Born: May 31, 1930 Cause of Death:
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Director (feature film)

1.
American Sniper (2015)
A Navy SEAL sniper with the highest number of enemy kills tries to balance family and going to war.
2.
Jersey Boys (2014)
The story of the Four Seasons, one of the most successful rock 'n roll groups of the 1960s.
3.
Hereafter (2010)
The lives of three people who each have profound experiences with death intersect, changing them forever.
4.
Invictus (2009)
The true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain of South Africa's rugby team, Francois Pienaar, to help unite their country. Newly elected President Mandela knows his nation remains racially and economically divided in the wake of apartheid. Believing he can bring his people together through the universal language of sport, Mandela rallies South Africa's underdog rugby team as they make an unlikely run to the 1995 World Cup Championship match.
5.
Gran Torino (2008)
A disgruntled Korean War vet, Walt Kowalski, sets out to reform his neighbor, a young Hmong teenager, who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: his 1972 Gran Torino.
6.
Changeling (2008)
Los Angeles, March 1928: On a beautiful Saturday morning in a working-class suburb, single mother Christine Collins says goodbye to her nine-year-old son, Walter, and leaves for her job as a telephone operator. But when Christine returns to their modest home, she is confronted with every parent's wo
7.
Letters From Iwo Jima (2006) as Director
Sixty-one years ago, U.S. and Japanese armies met on Iwo Jima. Decades later, several hundred letters are unearthed from that stark island's soil. The letters give faces and voices to the men who fought there, as well as the extraordinary general who led them. The Japanese soldiers are sent to Iwo J
8.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
It is the most memorable photograph of World War II, among the greatest pictures ever taken. The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for photography and one of the most-reproduced images in the history of photography, the picture has inspired postage stamps, posters, the covers of countless magazines and newspapers, and even the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima," a picture taken by Associated Press photographer J Rosenthal on February 23, 1945 depicts five Marines and one Navy Corpsman raising the U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi. The image served as a counterpoint for one of the most vicious battles of the war: the fight to take Iwo Jima, a desolate island of black sand barely eight square miles that would prove a tipping point in the Pacific campaign. Lasting more than a month, the fight was a bloody, drawn-out conflict that might have turned the American public against the war entirely, had it not been for the photo, which was taken and published five days into the battle. The photograph made her s of the men in the picture as the three surviving flag-raisers were returned to the U.S. and made into props in the government's Seventh War Bond Tour. Uncomfortable with their new celebrity, the flag-raisers considered the real her s to be the men who died on Iwo Jima; still, the American public held them up as the best America had to offer, the supermen who conquered the Japanese--and then, just as quickly as it had arrived, the glory faded. For two of the surviving flag-raisers, life became a series of compromises and disappointments; for the third, happiness came only by shutting off his war experiences and rarely speaking of them ever again.
9.
Million Dollar Baby (2005) as Director
In the wake of a painful estrangement from his daughter, boxing trainer Frankie Dunn has been unwilling to let himself get close to anyone for a very long time--then Maggie Fitzgerald walks into his gym. In a life of constant struggle, Maggie's gotten herself this far on raw talent, unshakable focus and a tremendous force of will. But more than anything, she wants someone to believe in her. The last thing Frankie needs is that kind of responsibility-- let alone that kind of risk--but won over by Maggie's sheer determination, he begrudgingly agrees to take her on. In turns exasperating and inspiring each other, the two come to discover that they share a common spirit that transcends the pain and loss of their pasts, and they find in each other a sense of family they lost long ago. Yet, they both face a battle that will demand more heart and courage than any they've ever known.
10.
Mystic River (2003) as Director
When they were kids growing up together in a rough section of Boston, Jimmy Markum, Dave Boyle and Sean Devine spent their days playing stickball on the street, the way most boys did in their blue-collar neighborhood of East Buckingham. Nothing much out of the ordinary ever happened, until a moment's decision drastically altered the course of each of their lives forever. Twenty-five years later, the three find themselves thrust back together by another tragic event--the murder of Jimmy's 19-year-old daughter. Now a cop, Sean is assigned to the case and he and his partner are charged with unraveling the seemingly senseless crime. In the wake of the sudden and terrible loss of his child, Jimmy's mind becomes consumed with revenge--and his own plans to find the killer. Caught up in the maelstrom is Dave, now a lost and broken man fighting to keep his demons at bay. As the investigation creeps closer to home, his wife Celeste becomes consumed by suspicion and fear, while Jimmy's wife, Annabeth, draws her family tighter together in order to weather the storm.
11.
Blood Work (2002) as Director
Someone's got Terry McCaleb's number. A veteran FBI profiler, McCaleb is unrelenting in his pursuit of justice and unequalled in his success at tracking and catching murderers. But as he closes his latest adversary--a psychopath dubbed "The Code Killer" by the media--McCaleb is felled by a massive heart attack and forced into early retirement. Two years later, a beautiful stranger reveals a secret that compels McCaleb to re-examine his recovery: his life was saved by someone else's death--the victim of a murder that remained unsolved. Against the advice of his cardiologist, and with the help of an eager neighbor, McCaleb literally puts his life on the line to track down a murderer who has forced him to take this case personally. He's a heartbeat away from catching the killer.
12.
Space Cowboys (2000) as Director
Four aging astronauts are recruited by NASA to stop an old staellite from striking Earth.
13.
True Crime (1999) as Director
A down and out journalist finds his chance to turn his life around when he successfully manages to have a murder case reopened, just as the man convicted for the crime awaits execution on death row. The journalist fights against time to prove the man's innocence and save his life.
14.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) as Director
A visiting city reporter's assignment suddenly revolves around the murder trial of a local millionaire.
15.
Absolute Power (1997) as Director
The actions of a philandering United States President provoke a gruesome murder and carefully orchestrated cover-up. When a professional burglar witnesses the crime and comes away with crucial evidence, he becomes the target of a manhunt by the President's advisors.
16.
The Bridges of Madison County (1995) as Director
A photojournalist and a farmer's wife share a four-day romance.
17.
Perfect World, A (1993) as Director
Set in the 1960s, story about the relationship that develops on the road between an escaped convict and the young boy he has kidnapped. The police chief who is tracking the two knows a vital truth about the convict's past.
18.
Unforgiven (1992) as Director
A retired gunslinger straps on the six-guns one more time to battle a corrupt town boss.
19.
Rookie, The (1990) as Director
A rookie policeman from a wealthy family teams up with a tough veteran officer to stop a dangerous car-theft ring.
20.
White Hunter Black Heart (1990) as Director
A filmmaker travels to Africa to shoot a movie but becomes obsessed with hunting elephants.
21.
Bird (1988) as Director
Saxophone great Charlie Parker builds a career in jazz while fighting drug addiction.
22.
Heartbreak Ridge (1986) as Director
Sergeant Thomas Highway is an old-fashioned Marine Corps sergeant who is out of step with the new-fashioned military and returns to his old outfit as a gunnery sergeant, where he runs afoul of 1980s-style superior officers to whom the words "Gung Ho" are foolish anachronisms. But through his tough tutelage, Highway's lackadaisical platoon is whipped into a first-rate fighting machine, favoring teamwork over such New Age concepts as "self-fulfillment." Finally, the men prove their mettle during the invasion of Grenada.
23.
Pale Rider (1985) as Director
A mysterious avenger helps the innocent citizens of a corrupt gold-mining town.
24.
Sudden Impact (1983) as Director
A vicious serial-killer is on the loose in San Francisco and the police trace a link to a small town further down the coast. When Harry Callahan upsets the press and the mayor in his usual style, he's shipped out of town to investigate while the heat is on. With the help of his new Magnum handgun Harry goes on the trail leaving behind the usual trail of dead criminals along the way.
25.
Honkytonk Man (1982) as Director
The Wagoneer family are surviving the Depression by picking cotton on their family farm in Oklahoma. During a terrible dust storm, Mrs. Wagoneer's rogue brother Red arrives in a convertible. Red is a country-western musician who has just been given the chance of a lifetime, an audition for the Grand Ole Opry. But there are some obstacles to his getting all the way to Nashville: He has no money, is a terrible driver, and has tuberculosis. The family's fourteen-year-old son Whit sees an opportunity of his own and offers to go with Uncle Red as his driver. His mother consents and uncle and nephew hit the road.
26.
Firefox (1982) as Director
Mitchell Gant, an American pilot, is smuggled into the Soviet Union to steal a new Russian supersonic fighting plane.
27.
Bronco Billy (1980) as Director
Billy McCoy presents "Bronco Billy's Wild West Show" a traveling show that has seen better days. When he meets Anoinette, a woman from a rich family who has been left without a dime, she becomes the new assistant in his act. Things don't get much better for the traveling show, but Antoinette warms u
28.
Gauntlet, The (1977) as Director
Ben Shockley, a mediocre, alcoholic cop gets assigned to escort a tough Vegas hooker to a Mob trial, only to find out that various parties, including the commissioner who assigned him to the case, don't expect them to make it there alive.
29.
The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) as Director
A peaceful farmer turns vigilante when soldiers murder his family.
30.
Eiger Sanction, The (1975) as Director
Art history professor Jonathan Hemlock was formerly an assassin working with an international intelligence group. Jonathan is happy to have put his secret life behind him, but he is blackmailed into doing one more hit, which the organization calls a "sanction." The target is one of three men who are going to attempt to climb the Eiger, a challenging mountain range in the Swiss Alps, and the hit is to take place during the trip. Jonathan is an experienced mountain climber, but is unnerved that he has not been told which of the three he is to kill.
31.
High Plains Drifter (1973) as Director
A mysterious gunman signs on to protect a small town from bandits.
32.
Breezy (1973) as Director
Breezy is a teen-aged hippy with a big heart. After taking a a ride with a man who only wants her for sex, Breezy manages to escape. She runs to hide on a secluded property where stands the home of a middle-aged divorced man, Frank Harmon. Frank reluctantly takes Breezy in only to fall unexpectedly in love with her.
33.
Dirty Harry (1971) as Fill-In Director
A maverick San Francisco cop tracks down a deranged sniper.
34.
Play Misty for Me (1971) as Director
A disc jockey is stalked by a rejected girlfriend turned violent.

Cast (feature film)

35.
Casting By (2013)
A portrait of the late, legendary casting director Marion Dougherty who was a pioneer in the field of casting before the job even received a significant credit. Establishing herself in the early 1960s with two groundbreaking television series - "Naked City" and "Route 66" - she went on to become the
36.
Trouble with the Curve (2012)
With his sight failing, an aging baseball scout takes his daughter with him on a trip to check out a hot prospect.
37.
Kurosawa's Way (2011)
A look at the late Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa and his oeuvre through the words of 11 international filmmakers who offer intimate reflections on his work as well as discover surprising influences on their own films.
38.
Trying to Get Good: The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon (2008)
Who is Jack Sheldon? You may remember him as Merv Griffin's comedic trumpet-wielding sidekick, or the indelible voice on School House Rock, but musicians know him as a jazz giant. Unlike his close friend and collaborator, Chet Baker, Jack Sheldon survived the demons of drugs, alcohol and unspeakable
39.
Gran Torino (2008)
A disgruntled Korean War vet, Walt Kowalski, sets out to reform his neighbor, a young Hmong teenager, who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: his 1972 Gran Torino.
40.
Fog City Mavericks (2007)
Chronicles the past forty years of the lives and work of the Bay Area's best-known filmmakers.
41.
Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends (2007)
Clint Eastwood interviews the velvet-voiced crooner, Tony Bennett. The duo also discuss rare archival footage of Bennett's concerts.
42.
Pierre Rissient: Man of Cinema (2007)
The least known massively influential person in international cinema, Pierre Rissient is a samurai warrior on behalf of the films he believes in. Instigator of the Cercle MacMahon, assistant director on "Breathless," champion of blacklisted filmmakers, confidant of Ford and Walsh, Hawks and Lang, Pi
43.
Million Dollar Baby (2005) as Frankie Dunn
In the wake of a painful estrangement from his daughter, boxing trainer Frankie Dunn has been unwilling to let himself get close to anyone for a very long time--then Maggie Fitzgerald walks into his gym. In a life of constant struggle, Maggie's gotten herself this far on raw talent, unshakable focus and a tremendous force of will. But more than anything, she wants someone to believe in her. The last thing Frankie needs is that kind of responsibility-- let alone that kind of risk--but won over by Maggie's sheer determination, he begrudgingly agrees to take her on. In turns exasperating and inspiring each other, the two come to discover that they share a common spirit that transcends the pain and loss of their pasts, and they find in each other a sense of family they lost long ago. Yet, they both face a battle that will demand more heart and courage than any they've ever known.
44.
Words In Progress (2004) as Himself
A look back at the past films and filmmakers that have shown and spoken at the Cannes film festival.
45.
Blood Work (2002) as Terry Mccaleb
Someone's got Terry McCaleb's number. A veteran FBI profiler, McCaleb is unrelenting in his pursuit of justice and unequalled in his success at tracking and catching murderers. But as he closes his latest adversary--a psychopath dubbed "The Code Killer" by the media--McCaleb is felled by a massive heart attack and forced into early retirement. Two years later, a beautiful stranger reveals a secret that compels McCaleb to re-examine his recovery: his life was saved by someone else's death--the victim of a murder that remained unsolved. Against the advice of his cardiologist, and with the help of an eager neighbor, McCaleb literally puts his life on the line to track down a murderer who has forced him to take this case personally. He's a heartbeat away from catching the killer.
46.
Kurosawa (2001) as Himself
Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) was, undoubtedly, one of the greatest directors in the history of Japanese cinema, whose work was acclaimed throughout the world. From "Rashomon" (1950) through "Seven Samurai" (1954) to his late masterpiece "Ran" (1985), Kurosawa produced one of the most important and inf
47.
Space Cowboys (2000) as Frank Corvin
Four aging astronauts are recruited by NASA to stop an old staellite from striking Earth.
48.
Forever Hollywood (1999) as Himself
Comprised from over 400 images from archives and feature films, this short traces the history of American film through the years, featuring footage from the industry's earliest days, behind-the-scenes glimpses of studios and films in production, rare home movies of the stars and sneak peeks into Hol
49.
True Crime (1999) as Steve 'Ev' Everett
A down and out journalist finds his chance to turn his life around when he successfully manages to have a murder case reopened, just as the man convicted for the crime awaits execution on death row. The journalist fights against time to prove the man's innocence and save his life.
50.
Warner Bros: No Guts, No Glory -- 75 Years Of Award Winners (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary special focusing on Warner Bros.' award winners and examining the risk-taking that brought them to the big screen.
51.
AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (1998)
This American Film Institute special covers the full spectrum of American movie making from westerns to musicals focussing on the top 100 films chosen by the AFI including Psycho, On the Waterfront, E.T. - The extra-terrestrial, West Side Story, Citizen Kane, 2001, and many others.
52.
Warner Bros: No Guts, No Glory -- 75 Years Of Laughter (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
53.
Eastwood on Eastwood (1997) as Interviewee
Clint Eastwood provides interviews and commentary in this documentary about his career in film. Narrated by John Cusack.
54.
Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western (1997) as Interviewee
Interviews and film clips re-create the glorious history of the American western.
55.
Absolute Power (1997) as Luther Whitney
The actions of a philandering United States President provoke a gruesome murder and carefully orchestrated cover-up. When a professional burglar witnesses the crime and comes away with crucial evidence, he becomes the target of a manhunt by the President's advisors.
56.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995) as Himself
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood's most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!
57.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995) as Himself
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
58.
The Bridges of Madison County (1995) as Robert Kinkaid
A photojournalist and a farmer's wife share a four-day romance.
59.
Don't Pave Main Street: Carmel's Heritage (1994) as Narration
A revealing look at the group of bohemians whose ecological passions, unorthodox lifestyles and artistic achievements were largely responsible for making Carmel, CA, what it is today.
60.
Shooting 'In the Line of Fire' (1994) as Himself
About the making of Wolfgang Petersen's hit film, "In the Line of Fire" (USA/1993) starring Clint Eastwood.
61.
Century Of Cinema, A (1994)
Documentary celebrating 100 years of moviemaking. Includes interviews with actors and directors.
62.
Don't Pave Main Street: Carmel's Heritage (1994) as Host
A revealing look at the group of bohemians whose ecological passions, unorthodox lifestyles and artistic achievements were largely responsible for making Carmel, CA, what it is today.
63.
Clint Eastwood: The Man From Malpaso (1993)
A documentary about actor/director/producer Clint Eastwood. Includes interviews with colleagues as well as the actor himself and clips from his movies.
64.
In the Line of Fire (1993) as Frank Horrigan
An aging Secret Service agent fights to save the president from an assassin.
65.
Perfect World, A (1993) as Red Garnett
Set in the 1960s, story about the relationship that develops on the road between an escaped convict and the young boy he has kidnapped. The police chief who is tracking the two knows a vital truth about the convict's past.
66.
Unforgiven (1992) as William Munny
A retired gunslinger straps on the six-guns one more time to battle a corrupt town boss.
67.
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend (1991) as Narration
Clint Eastwood takes viewers behind-the-scenes to learn how one of Hollywood''s most American stars, Gary Cooper, was born.
68.
Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. (1991) as Host
A documentary looking at Warner Bros. 75 years of greatness.
69.
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend (1991) as Host
Clint Eastwood takes viewers behind-the-scenes to learn how one of Hollywood''s most American stars, Gary Cooper, was born.
70.
Rookie, The (1990) as Nick Pulovski
A rookie policeman from a wealthy family teams up with a tough veteran officer to stop a dangerous car-theft ring.
71.
White Hunter Black Heart (1990) as John Wilson
A filmmaker travels to Africa to shoot a movie but becomes obsessed with hunting elephants.
72.
Pink Cadillac (1989) as Tommy Noak
A fugitive bounty hunter becomes involved with the wife of the man he is hunting.
73.
Dead Pool, The (1988) as Inspector Harry Callahan
San Francisco's "Dirty Harry'' Callahan protects a newswoman and others on a celebrity hit list.
74.
Heartbreak Ridge (1986) as Sergeant Thomas Highway
Sergeant Thomas Highway is an old-fashioned Marine Corps sergeant who is out of step with the new-fashioned military and returns to his old outfit as a gunnery sergeant, where he runs afoul of 1980s-style superior officers to whom the words "Gung Ho" are foolish anachronisms. But through his tough tutelage, Highway's lackadaisical platoon is whipped into a first-rate fighting machine, favoring teamwork over such New Age concepts as "self-fulfillment." Finally, the men prove their mettle during the invasion of Grenada.
75.
Pale Rider (1985) as Preacher
A mysterious avenger helps the innocent citizens of a corrupt gold-mining town.
76.
City Heat (1984) as Lieutenant Speer
A Kansas City police lieutenant who is on the trail of a horde of underworld scumbags with a private detective that keeps getting in his way.
77.
Tightrope (1984) as Wes Block
A detective is on the trail of a serial killer who preys upon prostitutes in New Orleans' red light district, an area which the detective himself, divorced and lonely, is inexorably drawn to.
78.
Sudden Impact (1983) as Inspector Harry Callahan
A vicious serial-killer is on the loose in San Francisco and the police trace a link to a small town further down the coast. When Harry Callahan upsets the press and the mayor in his usual style, he's shipped out of town to investigate while the heat is on. With the help of his new Magnum handgun Harry goes on the trail leaving behind the usual trail of dead criminals along the way.
79.
Firefox (1982) as Mitchell Gant
Mitchell Gant, an American pilot, is smuggled into the Soviet Union to steal a new Russian supersonic fighting plane.
80.
Honkytonk Man (1982) as Red Stovall
The Wagoneer family are surviving the Depression by picking cotton on their family farm in Oklahoma. During a terrible dust storm, Mrs. Wagoneer's rogue brother Red arrives in a convertible. Red is a country-western musician who has just been given the chance of a lifetime, an audition for the Grand Ole Opry. But there are some obstacles to his getting all the way to Nashville: He has no money, is a terrible driver, and has tuberculosis. The family's fourteen-year-old son Whit sees an opportunity of his own and offers to go with Uncle Red as his driver. His mother consents and uncle and nephew hit the road.
81.
Bronco Billy (1980) as "Bronco Billy" Mccoy
Billy McCoy presents "Bronco Billy's Wild West Show" a traveling show that has seen better days. When he meets Anoinette, a woman from a rich family who has been left without a dime, she becomes the new assistant in his act. Things don't get much better for the traveling show, but Antoinette warms u
82.
Any Which Way You Can (1980) as Philo Beddoe
Philo Beddoe lives with his crazy mother and his orangutan Clyde while trying to return to making a living as a bare-knuckle fighter. Philo is offered a contest with Jack Wilson who is the East Coast champion, and is sponsored by the Mafia. After Philo inadvertently saves Jack's life, the match is in question, so the mob kidnaps Philo's girlfriend to force him to go on with the fight, and Philo and Jack join forces against them.
83.
Escape From Alcatraz (1979) as Frank Morris
A prison lifer attempts to tunnel his way out of the inescapable island fortress.
84.
Every Which Way but Loose (1978) as Philo Beddoe
Philo Beddoe is a bare-knuckle boxer who travels to his fights with his friend Orville, and Clyde, an orangutan who has a good right hook of his own. In one town, Philo meets an aspring country western singer named Lynn and falls in love with her. Philo has a problem with Lynn decides to break up with him, and before long has even more problems with a biker gang and a lot of angry lawmen.
85.
Gauntlet, The (1977) as Ben Shockley
Ben Shockley, a mediocre, alcoholic cop gets assigned to escort a tough Vegas hooker to a Mob trial, only to find out that various parties, including the commissioner who assigned him to the case, don't expect them to make it there alive.
86.
The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) as Josey Wales
A peaceful farmer turns vigilante when soldiers murder his family.
87.
Enforcer, The (1976) as Inspector Harry Callahan
"Dirty Harry'' Callahan and his female partner hunt rocket-armed radicals holding the mayor on Alcatraz.
88.
Eiger Sanction, The (1975) as Jonathan Hemlock
Art history professor Jonathan Hemlock was formerly an assassin working with an international intelligence group. Jonathan is happy to have put his secret life behind him, but he is blackmailed into doing one more hit, which the organization calls a "sanction." The target is one of three men who are going to attempt to climb the Eiger, a challenging mountain range in the Swiss Alps, and the hit is to take place during the trip. Jonathan is an experienced mountain climber, but is unnerved that he has not been told which of the three he is to kill.
89.
Thunderbolt And Lightfoot (1974) as Thunderbolt
When a young thief named Lightfoot inadvertently rescues veteran bank robber Thunderbolt by running over his pursuer, the two team up to find money from a heist that was never recovered.
90.
Magnum Force (1973) as Inspector Harry Callahan
A maverick San Francisco police detective hunts down a band of vigilante cops.
91.
High Plains Drifter (1973) as Stranger
A mysterious gunman signs on to protect a small town from bandits.
92.
Joe Kidd (1972) as Joe Kidd
Joe Kidd is a former bounty hunter who is now trying to earn his living as a horse rancher and tracker. He is hired by a greedy land-grabber to find and capture Luis Chama, a Mexican revolutionary who is organizing the peasants to reclaim the land that is rightfully theirs.
93.
Play Misty for Me (1971) as Dave [Garver]
A disc jockey is stalked by a rejected girlfriend turned violent.
94.
The Beguiled (1971) as [Corp.] John ["McB"] McBurney
Near the end of the Civil War, wounded Yankee soldier John McBurney is close to death when he is rescued by a twelve-year-old girl from a Louisiana boarding school. As John recovers, he begins to charm the girls, becoming the object of their awakening sexuality and jealousy runs rampant. After he rejects the headmistress of the school for a younger girl, John falls down the stairs breaking his leg, which eventually must be amputated. John begins to drink, and his behavior alienates both teachers and students. He makes an attempt to reform, but it is too late, as the headmistress and girls have decided to solve their problem by feeding him poison mushrooms.
95.
Dirty Harry (1971) as Harry [Callahan]
A maverick San Francisco cop tracks down a deranged sniper.
96.
Kelly's Heroes (1970) as Kelly
An American platoon tries to recover buried treasure behind enemy lines.
97.
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) as Hogan
A wandering cowboy escorts a gunrunning nun through rough territory.
98.
Where Eagles Dare (1969) as Schaffer
An Allied team sets out to free an American officer held by the Nazis in a mountaintop castle.
99.
Paint Your Wagon (1969) as Pardner
Two California miners share a gold claim and a wife.
100.
The Witches (1968) as Husband
101.
Coogan's Bluff (1968) as Walt Coogan
An Arizona sheriff tracks an escaped killer to the wilds of New York City.
102.
Hang 'Em High (1968) as Jed Cooper
A mysterious drifter survives a lynching then goes back for revenge.
103.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1967) as Joe
Three men seek hidden loot during the Civil War.
104.
A Fistful of Dollars (1967) as Man With No Name
A mysterious stranger plays dueling families against each other in a Mexican border town.
105.
For a Few Dollars More (1967) as The Man With No Name
Two bounty hunters join forces to bring an outlaw to justice.
106.
Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958) as Keith Williams
107.
Lafayette Escadrille (1958) as George Moseley
A hotshot young flyer falls for a French prostitute during World War I.
108.
Escapade in Japan (1957) as Dumbo pilot
After his plane crashes in Tokyo, an American boy tries to find his way home.
109.
Star in the Dust (1956) as Tom, the ranchhand
In this western, a lawman tries to mediate between irate farmers and angry ranchers who are trying to decide the fate of a captured killer. The killer was hired by the ranchers who want him freed. The farmers, egged on by a schoolteacher, want to see the gunman swing. Meanwhile the real troublemaker
110.
Never Say Goodbye (1956) as Will
In present-day U.S., Dr. Michael Parker, a prominent surgeon, unexpectedly runs into his German-born wife whom he thought was dead. Victor, an artist and his "dead" wife's now boyfriend, berates Dr. Parker for "killing" her. The bulk of the story flashes back to Austria during World War II as we learn how Dr. Parker met and married his wife, and the one mistake that may have cost him his family.
111.
Away All Boats (1956) as Corpsman
The story of USS 'Belinda', Attack Transport PA22, launched late 1943 with regular-navy captain Hawks and ex-merchant captain MacDougall as boat commander. Despite personal friction, the two have plenty to deal with as the only experienced officers on board during the "shakedown." Almost laughable incompetence gradually improves, but the crew remains far from perfect when the ship sees action, landing troops on enemy beachheads. And few anticipate the challenges in store at Okinawa...
112.
The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) as Jack Rice
A corset designer takes a job selling barbed wire in the wild West.
113.
Revenge of the Creature (1955) as Jennings
The Creature from the Black Lagoon is back! This time he's captured by scientists and transported to an aquarium in south Florida. Naturally, he's attracted to the lovely female scientist and manages to escape and kidnap her, heading to Jacksonville, presumably to catch a Jaguars game.
114.
Tarantula (1955) as First pilot
A scientist's experiments to cure hunger create a giant tarantula.
115.
Francis in the Navy (1955) as Jonesy
116.
Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955) as Alfred the Fletcher
In 11th-century England, King Edward the Confessor wants saxon Lord Leofric to marry a despised Norman woman, and has him jailed when he refuses. In jail, he meets Godiva, the sheriff's daughter, and soon they are wed. The times are turbulent and Godiva proves a militant bride; unhistorically, unrest between the Anglo-Saxon populace and the increasingly influential Norman French lead to her famous ride.

Producer (feature film)

117.
Jersey Boys (2014)
The story of the Four Seasons, one of the most successful rock 'n roll groups of the 1960s.
118.
Trouble with the Curve (2012)
With his sight failing, an aging baseball scout takes his daughter with him on a trip to check out a hot prospect.
119.
Hereafter (2010)
The lives of three people who each have profound experiences with death intersect, changing them forever.
120.
Invictus (2009)
The true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain of South Africa's rugby team, Francois Pienaar, to help unite their country. Newly elected President Mandela knows his nation remains racially and economically divided in the wake of apartheid. Believing he can bring his people together through the universal language of sport, Mandela rallies South Africa's underdog rugby team as they make an unlikely run to the 1995 World Cup Championship match.
121.
Gran Torino (2008)
A disgruntled Korean War vet, Walt Kowalski, sets out to reform his neighbor, a young Hmong teenager, who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: his 1972 Gran Torino.
122.
Changeling (2008)
Los Angeles, March 1928: On a beautiful Saturday morning in a working-class suburb, single mother Christine Collins says goodbye to her nine-year-old son, Walter, and leaves for her job as a telephone operator. But when Christine returns to their modest home, she is confronted with every parent's wo
123.
Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends (2007)
Clint Eastwood interviews the velvet-voiced crooner, Tony Bennett. The duo also discuss rare archival footage of Bennett's concerts.
124.
Letters From Iwo Jima (2006) as Producer
Sixty-one years ago, U.S. and Japanese armies met on Iwo Jima. Decades later, several hundred letters are unearthed from that stark island's soil. The letters give faces and voices to the men who fought there, as well as the extraordinary general who led them. The Japanese soldiers are sent to Iwo J
125.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
It is the most memorable photograph of World War II, among the greatest pictures ever taken. The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for photography and one of the most-reproduced images in the history of photography, the picture has inspired postage stamps, posters, the covers of countless magazines and newspapers, and even the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima," a picture taken by Associated Press photographer J Rosenthal on February 23, 1945 depicts five Marines and one Navy Corpsman raising the U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi. The image served as a counterpoint for one of the most vicious battles of the war: the fight to take Iwo Jima, a desolate island of black sand barely eight square miles that would prove a tipping point in the Pacific campaign. Lasting more than a month, the fight was a bloody, drawn-out conflict that might have turned the American public against the war entirely, had it not been for the photo, which was taken and published five days into the battle. The photograph made her s of the men in the picture as the three surviving flag-raisers were returned to the U.S. and made into props in the government's Seventh War Bond Tour. Uncomfortable with their new celebrity, the flag-raisers considered the real her s to be the men who died on Iwo Jima; still, the American public held them up as the best America had to offer, the supermen who conquered the Japanese--and then, just as quickly as it had arrived, the glory faded. For two of the surviving flag-raisers, life became a series of compromises and disappointments; for the third, happiness came only by shutting off his war experiences and rarely speaking of them ever again.
126.
Million Dollar Baby (2005) as Producer
In the wake of a painful estrangement from his daughter, boxing trainer Frankie Dunn has been unwilling to let himself get close to anyone for a very long time--then Maggie Fitzgerald walks into his gym. In a life of constant struggle, Maggie's gotten herself this far on raw talent, unshakable focus and a tremendous force of will. But more than anything, she wants someone to believe in her. The last thing Frankie needs is that kind of responsibility-- let alone that kind of risk--but won over by Maggie's sheer determination, he begrudgingly agrees to take her on. In turns exasperating and inspiring each other, the two come to discover that they share a common spirit that transcends the pain and loss of their pasts, and they find in each other a sense of family they lost long ago. Yet, they both face a battle that will demand more heart and courage than any they've ever known.
127.
Mystic River (2003) as Producer
When they were kids growing up together in a rough section of Boston, Jimmy Markum, Dave Boyle and Sean Devine spent their days playing stickball on the street, the way most boys did in their blue-collar neighborhood of East Buckingham. Nothing much out of the ordinary ever happened, until a moment's decision drastically altered the course of each of their lives forever. Twenty-five years later, the three find themselves thrust back together by another tragic event--the murder of Jimmy's 19-year-old daughter. Now a cop, Sean is assigned to the case and he and his partner are charged with unraveling the seemingly senseless crime. In the wake of the sudden and terrible loss of his child, Jimmy's mind becomes consumed with revenge--and his own plans to find the killer. Caught up in the maelstrom is Dave, now a lost and broken man fighting to keep his demons at bay. As the investigation creeps closer to home, his wife Celeste becomes consumed by suspicion and fear, while Jimmy's wife, Annabeth, draws her family tighter together in order to weather the storm.
128.
Blood Work (2002) as Producer
Someone's got Terry McCaleb's number. A veteran FBI profiler, McCaleb is unrelenting in his pursuit of justice and unequalled in his success at tracking and catching murderers. But as he closes his latest adversary--a psychopath dubbed "The Code Killer" by the media--McCaleb is felled by a massive heart attack and forced into early retirement. Two years later, a beautiful stranger reveals a secret that compels McCaleb to re-examine his recovery: his life was saved by someone else's death--the victim of a murder that remained unsolved. Against the advice of his cardiologist, and with the help of an eager neighbor, McCaleb literally puts his life on the line to track down a murderer who has forced him to take this case personally. He's a heartbeat away from catching the killer.
129.
Space Cowboys (2000) as Producer
Four aging astronauts are recruited by NASA to stop an old staellite from striking Earth.
130.
True Crime (1999) as Producer
A down and out journalist finds his chance to turn his life around when he successfully manages to have a murder case reopened, just as the man convicted for the crime awaits execution on death row. The journalist fights against time to prove the man's innocence and save his life.
131.
Absolute Power (1997) as Producer
The actions of a philandering United States President provoke a gruesome murder and carefully orchestrated cover-up. When a professional burglar witnesses the crime and comes away with crucial evidence, he becomes the target of a manhunt by the President's advisors.
132.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) as Producer
A visiting city reporter's assignment suddenly revolves around the murder trial of a local millionaire.
133.
Stars Fell On Henrietta, The (1995) as Producer
Set in the Texas Dustbowl of 1935, the threadbare existence of a small group of people is changed forever when they share the dreams of a wildcat oilman who refuses to give up his faith in himself and those around him.
134.
The Bridges of Madison County (1995) as Producer
A photojournalist and a farmer's wife share a four-day romance.
135.
Unforgiven (1992) as Producer
A retired gunslinger straps on the six-guns one more time to battle a corrupt town boss.
136.
White Hunter Black Heart (1990) as Producer
A filmmaker travels to Africa to shoot a movie but becomes obsessed with hunting elephants.
137.
Dead Pool, The (1988) as Producer
San Francisco's "Dirty Harry'' Callahan protects a newswoman and others on a celebrity hit list.
138.
Bird (1988) as Producer
Saxophone great Charlie Parker builds a career in jazz while fighting drug addiction.
139.
Heartbreak Ridge (1986) as Producer
Sergeant Thomas Highway is an old-fashioned Marine Corps sergeant who is out of step with the new-fashioned military and returns to his old outfit as a gunnery sergeant, where he runs afoul of 1980s-style superior officers to whom the words "Gung Ho" are foolish anachronisms. But through his tough tutelage, Highway's lackadaisical platoon is whipped into a first-rate fighting machine, favoring teamwork over such New Age concepts as "self-fulfillment." Finally, the men prove their mettle during the invasion of Grenada.
140.
Pale Rider (1985) as Producer
A mysterious avenger helps the innocent citizens of a corrupt gold-mining town.
141.
Tightrope (1984) as Producer
A detective is on the trail of a serial killer who preys upon prostitutes in New Orleans' red light district, an area which the detective himself, divorced and lonely, is inexorably drawn to.
142.
Sudden Impact (1983) as Producer
A vicious serial-killer is on the loose in San Francisco and the police trace a link to a small town further down the coast. When Harry Callahan upsets the press and the mayor in his usual style, he's shipped out of town to investigate while the heat is on. With the help of his new Magnum handgun Harry goes on the trail leaving behind the usual trail of dead criminals along the way.
143.
Honkytonk Man (1982) as Producer
The Wagoneer family are surviving the Depression by picking cotton on their family farm in Oklahoma. During a terrible dust storm, Mrs. Wagoneer's rogue brother Red arrives in a convertible. Red is a country-western musician who has just been given the chance of a lifetime, an audition for the Grand Ole Opry. But there are some obstacles to his getting all the way to Nashville: He has no money, is a terrible driver, and has tuberculosis. The family's fourteen-year-old son Whit sees an opportunity of his own and offers to go with Uncle Red as his driver. His mother consents and uncle and nephew hit the road.
144.
Firefox (1982) as Producer
Mitchell Gant, an American pilot, is smuggled into the Soviet Union to steal a new Russian supersonic fighting plane.
145.
Joe Kidd (1972) as Executive Producer
Joe Kidd is a former bounty hunter who is now trying to earn his living as a horse rancher and tracker. He is hired by a greedy land-grabber to find and capture Luis Chama, a Mexican revolutionary who is organizing the peasants to reclaim the land that is rightfully theirs.
146.
The Beguiled (1971) as Executive Producer
Near the end of the Civil War, wounded Yankee soldier John McBurney is close to death when he is rescued by a twelve-year-old girl from a Louisiana boarding school. As John recovers, he begins to charm the girls, becoming the object of their awakening sexuality and jealousy runs rampant. After he rejects the headmistress of the school for a younger girl, John falls down the stairs breaking his leg, which eventually must be amputated. John begins to drink, and his behavior alienates both teachers and students. He makes an attempt to reform, but it is too late, as the headmistress and girls have decided to solve their problem by feeding him poison mushrooms.
147.
Dirty Harry (1971) as Executive Producer
A maverick San Francisco cop tracks down a deranged sniper.

Music (feature film)

148.
Hereafter (2010)
The lives of three people who each have profound experiences with death intersect, changing them forever.
149.
Away We Go (2009)
Longtime thirty-something couple Burt and Verona are going to have a baby. The pregnancy progresses smoothly, but six months in, the pair is put off and put out by the cavalierly delivered news from Burt's parents Jerry and Gloria that the eccentric elder Farlanders are moving out of Colorado - thereby eliminating the expectant couple's main reason for living there. So, where, and among whom of those closest to them, might Burt and Verona best put down roots to raise their impending bundle of joy? The couple embarks on an ambitious itinerary to visit friends and family, and to evaluate cities. But when an emergency phone call forces Burt and Verona into an unanticipated Miami detour to visit Burt's brother, they realize that they must define home on their own terms.
150.
Gran Torino (2008)
A disgruntled Korean War vet, Walt Kowalski, sets out to reform his neighbor, a young Hmong teenager, who tried to steal Kowalski's prized possession: his 1972 Gran Torino.
151.
Changeling (2008)
Los Angeles, March 1928: On a beautiful Saturday morning in a working-class suburb, single mother Christine Collins says goodbye to her nine-year-old son, Walter, and leaves for her job as a telephone operator. But when Christine returns to their modest home, she is confronted with every parent's wo
152.
Grace is Gone (2007)
A father takes his two daughters on a road trip upon learning that his wife has been killed in the line of duty in Iraq.
153.
Grace is Gone (2007)
A father takes his two daughters on a road trip upon learning that his wife has been killed in the line of duty in Iraq.
154.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
It is the most memorable photograph of World War II, among the greatest pictures ever taken. The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for photography and one of the most-reproduced images in the history of photography, the picture has inspired postage stamps, posters, the covers of countless magazines and newspapers, and even the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima," a picture taken by Associated Press photographer J Rosenthal on February 23, 1945 depicts five Marines and one Navy Corpsman raising the U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi. The image served as a counterpoint for one of the most vicious battles of the war: the fight to take Iwo Jima, a desolate island of black sand barely eight square miles that would prove a tipping point in the Pacific campaign. Lasting more than a month, the fight was a bloody, drawn-out conflict that might have turned the American public against the war entirely, had it not been for the photo, which was taken and published five days into the battle. The photograph made her s of the men in the picture as the three surviving flag-raisers were returned to the U.S. and made into props in the government's Seventh War Bond Tour. Uncomfortable with their new celebrity, the flag-raisers considered the real her s to be the men who died on Iwo Jima; still, the American public held them up as the best America had to offer, the supermen who conquered the Japanese--and then, just as quickly as it had arrived, the glory faded. For two of the surviving flag-raisers, life became a series of compromises and disappointments; for the third, happiness came only by shutting off his war experiences and rarely speaking of them ever again.
155.
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
It is the most memorable photograph of World War II, among the greatest pictures ever taken. The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for photography and one of the most-reproduced images in the history of photography, the picture has inspired postage stamps, posters, the covers of countless magazines and newspapers, and even the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima," a picture taken by Associated Press photographer J Rosenthal on February 23, 1945 depicts five Marines and one Navy Corpsman raising the U.S. flag on Mount Suribachi. The image served as a counterpoint for one of the most vicious battles of the war: the fight to take Iwo Jima, a desolate island of black sand barely eight square miles that would prove a tipping point in the Pacific campaign. Lasting more than a month, the fight was a bloody, drawn-out conflict that might have turned the American public against the war entirely, had it not been for the photo, which was taken and published five days into the battle. The photograph made her s of the men in the picture as the three surviving flag-raisers were returned to the U.S. and made into props in the government's Seventh War Bond Tour. Uncomfortable with their new celebrity, the flag-raisers considered the real her s to be the men who died on Iwo Jima; still, the American public held them up as the best America had to offer, the supermen who conquered the Japanese--and then, just as quickly as it had arrived, the glory faded. For two of the surviving flag-raisers, life became a series of compromises and disappointments; for the third, happiness came only by shutting off his war experiences and rarely speaking of them ever again.
156.
Million Dollar Baby (2005) as Composer
In the wake of a painful estrangement from his daughter, boxing trainer Frankie Dunn has been unwilling to let himself get close to anyone for a very long time--then Maggie Fitzgerald walks into his gym. In a life of constant struggle, Maggie's gotten herself this far on raw talent, unshakable focus and a tremendous force of will. But more than anything, she wants someone to believe in her. The last thing Frankie needs is that kind of responsibility-- let alone that kind of risk--but won over by Maggie's sheer determination, he begrudgingly agrees to take her on. In turns exasperating and inspiring each other, the two come to discover that they share a common spirit that transcends the pain and loss of their pasts, and they find in each other a sense of family they lost long ago. Yet, they both face a battle that will demand more heart and courage than any they've ever known.
157.
Million Dollar Baby (2005) as Music
In the wake of a painful estrangement from his daughter, boxing trainer Frankie Dunn has been unwilling to let himself get close to anyone for a very long time--then Maggie Fitzgerald walks into his gym. In a life of constant struggle, Maggie's gotten herself this far on raw talent, unshakable focus and a tremendous force of will. But more than anything, she wants someone to believe in her. The last thing Frankie needs is that kind of responsibility-- let alone that kind of risk--but won over by Maggie's sheer determination, he begrudgingly agrees to take her on. In turns exasperating and inspiring each other, the two come to discover that they share a common spirit that transcends the pain and loss of their pasts, and they find in each other a sense of family they lost long ago. Yet, they both face a battle that will demand more heart and courage than any they've ever known.
158.
Mystic River (2003) as Music
When they were kids growing up together in a rough section of Boston, Jimmy Markum, Dave Boyle and Sean Devine spent their days playing stickball on the street, the way most boys did in their blue-collar neighborhood of East Buckingham. Nothing much out of the ordinary ever happened, until a moment's decision drastically altered the course of each of their lives forever. Twenty-five years later, the three find themselves thrust back together by another tragic event--the murder of Jimmy's 19-year-old daughter. Now a cop, Sean is assigned to the case and he and his partner are charged with unraveling the seemingly senseless crime. In the wake of the sudden and terrible loss of his child, Jimmy's mind becomes consumed with revenge--and his own plans to find the killer. Caught up in the maelstrom is Dave, now a lost and broken man fighting to keep his demons at bay. As the investigation creeps closer to home, his wife Celeste becomes consumed by suspicion and fear, while Jimmy's wife, Annabeth, draws her family tighter together in order to weather the storm.
159.
Mystic River (2003) as Composer
When they were kids growing up together in a rough section of Boston, Jimmy Markum, Dave Boyle and Sean Devine spent their days playing stickball on the street, the way most boys did in their blue-collar neighborhood of East Buckingham. Nothing much out of the ordinary ever happened, until a moment's decision drastically altered the course of each of their lives forever. Twenty-five years later, the three find themselves thrust back together by another tragic event--the murder of Jimmy's 19-year-old daughter. Now a cop, Sean is assigned to the case and he and his partner are charged with unraveling the seemingly senseless crime. In the wake of the sudden and terrible loss of his child, Jimmy's mind becomes consumed with revenge--and his own plans to find the killer. Caught up in the maelstrom is Dave, now a lost and broken man fighting to keep his demons at bay. As the investigation creeps closer to home, his wife Celeste becomes consumed by suspicion and fear, while Jimmy's wife, Annabeth, draws her family tighter together in order to weather the storm.
160.
True Crime (1999) as Song ("Why Should I Care")
A down and out journalist finds his chance to turn his life around when he successfully manages to have a murder case reopened, just as the man convicted for the crime awaits execution on death row. The journalist fights against time to prove the man's innocence and save his life.
161.
Absolute Power (1997) as Composer ("Power Waltz" "Kate'S Theme")
The actions of a philandering United States President provoke a gruesome murder and carefully orchestrated cover-up. When a professional burglar witnesses the crime and comes away with crucial evidence, he becomes the target of a manhunt by the President's advisors.
162.
The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
A photojournalist and a farmer's wife share a four-day romance.
163.
Perfect World, A (1993) as Composer ("Big Fran'S Baby")
Set in the 1960s, story about the relationship that develops on the road between an escaped convict and the young boy he has kidnapped. The police chief who is tracking the two knows a vital truth about the convict's past.
164.
Heartbreak Ridge (1986) as Song ("How Much I Care")
Sergeant Thomas Highway is an old-fashioned Marine Corps sergeant who is out of step with the new-fashioned military and returns to his old outfit as a gunnery sergeant, where he runs afoul of 1980s-style superior officers to whom the words "Gung Ho" are foolish anachronisms. But through his tough tutelage, Highway's lackadaisical platoon is whipped into a first-rate fighting machine, favoring teamwork over such New Age concepts as "self-fulfillment." Finally, the men prove their mettle during the invasion of Grenada.
165.
City Heat (1984) as Song Performer ("Montage Blues")
A Kansas City police lieutenant who is on the trail of a horde of underworld scumbags with a private detective that keeps getting in his way.
166.
Any Which Way You Can (1980) as Song Performer ("Beers To You")
Philo Beddoe lives with his crazy mother and his orangutan Clyde while trying to return to making a living as a bare-knuckle fighter. Philo is offered a contest with Jack Wilson who is the East Coast champion, and is sponsored by the Mafia. After Philo inadvertently saves Jack's life, the match is in question, so the mob kidnaps Philo's girlfriend to force him to go on with the fight, and Philo and Jack join forces against them.
167.
Bronco Billy (1980) as Song Performer ("Barroom Buddies")
Billy McCoy presents "Bronco Billy's Wild West Show" a traveling show that has seen better days. When he meets Anoinette, a woman from a rich family who has been left without a dime, she becomes the new assistant in his act. Things don't get much better for the traveling show, but Antoinette warms u

Misc. Crew (feature film)

168.
Back To The Future (Part 3) (1990) as Assistance
Marty McFly drives into the Old West to rescue Doc, whose blossoming romance makes him reluctant to return, from the clutches of the villainous Tannen Gang.

Cast (special)

171.
The Eastwood Factor (2010)
Film clips and interviews detail the career of actor-director Clint Eastwood.
172.
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007)
A portrait of comedian Don Rickles who continues to entertain us at age 81.
173.
10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (2004) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards, honoring the best in acting for film and television.
174.
AFI Lifetime Achievement Award: A tribute to Meryl Streep (2004) as Presenter
AFI presents Meryl Streep with their award for career achivement in film, looking back on her career and celebrated by her friends in the industry.
175.
9th Annual Critics' Choice Awards, The (2004) as Honoree (Lifetime Achievement Award)
Ninth annual Broadcast Film Critics Assocation award show.
176.
Decade Under the Influence, A (2003)
The 1970s was an extraordinary time of rebellion, of questioning every accepted idea: political activism, hedonism, protests, the sexual revolution, the women's movement, the civil rights movement, the music revolution, rage and liberation. Every standard by which we set our social and cultural cloc
177.
Kurosawa (2002) as Interviewee
Hailed by critics as one of the top filmmakers of the 20th century, Japanese director Akira Kurosawa is especially distinctive as the only non-Westerner on this elite list. In 1990, he received an honorary Academy Award for lifetime achievement. However, only a few of his films are even familiar to
178.
America: A Tribute to Heroes (2001)
A live, commercial-free benefit for the victims of the attacks of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
179.
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand (2001)
The American Film Institute honors Barbra Streisand with its Lifetime Achievement Award for her accomplishments both in front of and behind the camera.
180.
72nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation (2000) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 72nd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
181.
James Garner: A Maverick Spirit (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of actor James Garner.
182.
Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary that explores actor/director Clint Eastwood and his art by juxtaposing each major stage in his life with a corresponding stage in the thematic development of his work. Eastwood tells his own story, from his childhood in Depression-era Northern California, to life in the stratosphere of f
183.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2000) as Honoree
At the 23rd annual Kennedy Center Honors Gala, a tribute to distinguished artists, taped at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, D.C., dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, musician Chuck Berry, singer and conductor Placido Domingo, actor/director Clint Eastwood and actress Angela Lansbury are salute
184.
James Bacon: The E! True Hollywood Story (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of Hollywood Associated Press Correspondent James Bacon.
185.
Intimate Portrait: Marsha Mason (1999) as Interviewee
Documentary on the life and career of actress Marsha Mason.
186.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars, The (1999)
The American Film Institute salutes American screen legends, in honor of the 100th anniversary of American movies. The event features 50 of today's stars paying tribute to 50 American screen legends, 25 women and 25 men.
187.
75 Years of Award Winners (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary special focusing on Warner Bros.' award winners and examining the risk-taking that brought them to the big screen.
188.
Warner Brothers Story: 75 Years Of Blockbusters (1998) as Interviewee
Celebrates the epic films produced by Warner Bros. over 75 years.
189.
75 Years of Blockbusters (1998) as Interviewee
Celebrates the epic films produced by Warner Bros. over 75 years.
190.
75 Years of SuperStars (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary special on the Hollywood studio, focusing on the Warner Bros. "stable" of stars.
191.
Warner Brothers Story: 75 Years Of Super Stars (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary special on the Hollywood studio, focusing on the Warner Bros. "stable" of stars.
192.
75 Years of Laughter (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
193.
American Film Institute Salute to Clint Eastwood (1996) as Honoree
Tribute to Clint Eastwood, the 24th recipient of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award.
194.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Honoree (Irving G Thalberg Award)
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
195.
First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, The (1995)
A retrospective of filmmaking over the past 100 years. Included are interviews with actors, directors and screenwriters, along with film clips and archival footage from current and past Hollywood productions.
196.
66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1994) as Presenter
Broadcast of the 66th annual Academy Awards presentation.
197.
Clint Eastwood Talking With David Frost (1993) as Guest
A program in a monthly series of specials in which David Frost interviews personalities in the arts, politics and science. In this telecast, Frost interviews actor/director Clint Eastwood.
198.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993)
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
199.
Clint Eastwood's Favorite Films (1993)
Clint Eastwood talks about the films and performances that have shaped his career.
200.
50th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1993)
A live telecast of the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring the best in movies and television during 1992.
201.
And the Winner Is (1993)
Film critic David Sheehan discusses his predictions for the 1992 Academy Awards. Includes interviews with Clint Eastwood, Tom Cruise, Gene Hackman, and Susan Sarandon.
202.
12 Most Fascinating People of 1993, The (1993)
A special spotlighting a variety of personalities.
203.
Macho Men of the Movies With David Sheehan, The (1993)
Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone are profiled in interviews and behind-the-scenes footage in this special hosted by movie critic David Sheehan.
204.
Eastwood & Co. Making "Unforgiven" (1992)
A documentary on Clint Eastwood, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Unforgiven," a western feature Eastwood stars in and directs.
205.
Movie Awards, The (1991)
A live broadcast of "The Movie Awards" based on box-office performance. Nominees are chosen from the top-10 grossing films of 1990, and winners chosen by balloting in movie theaters.
206.
All-Star Pro Sports Awards, The (1990)
A live telecast in which celebrities and sports stars present Athlete of the Year awards in nine sports as selected by the American public.
207.
Sammy Davis Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration (1990)
A tribute to Sammy Davis, Jr., as the entertainer celebrates his sixtieth anniversary in show business. Taped before a live audience at the Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood. Includes clips of some of Davis's past appearances on television and film.
208.
Siskel & Ebert Special, The (1990)
A special hosted by film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, who examine the film industry through interviews with directors, actors, and other Hollywood personalities.
209.
21st Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1989)
Broadcast of the 21st annual event honoring the contribution of blacks in the entertainment industry. Also included are comedy sketches, music performances, the presentation of the Entertainer of the Year Award to Eddie Murphy and the awarding of the NAACP President's Award to Jesse Jackson.
210.
Presidential Inaugural Gala, The (1989)
A live broadcast of President-elect George Bush's Inaugural Gala from the Washington, D.C. Convention Center, featuring performers from all fields of American entertainment.
211.
Happy Birthday, Hollywood! (1987)
A gala celebration, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in honor of the centennial of the founding of the town of Hollywood.
212.
James Stewart: A Wonderful Life (1987)
A retrospective tribute to actor James Stewart. The program includes highlights from Stewart's films and interviews with his friends and associates.
213.
All-Star Party For Joan Collins (1987) as Host
Joan Collins is honored by more than 100 of her fellow celebrities and co-workers at the twelfth annual salute of Variety Clubs International, an invitational black-tie entertainment hour of comedy, music, and nostalgia.
214.
All Star Party For Clint Eastwood (1986) as Guest Of Honor
Variety Clubs International honors Clint Eastwood in the eleventh annual salute to an entertainment industry figure for career and humanitarian achievements.
215.
Tom Snyder's Celebrity Spotlight (1980)
A proposed but unsold series of celebrity interviews.

Producer (special)

216.
Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way (2010)
This documentary chronicles the life and music of America's jazz ambassador Dave Brubeck.
217.
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (1989) as Executive Producer
A portrait of the legendary jazz great Thelonious Sphere Monk, featuring previously unseen footage from the 1960s.

Special Thanks (special)

218.
Gift, The (1994) as Special Thanks
A woman must cope with life after she and her longtime lover break up.

Director (special)

219.
Blues, The (2003) as Director

Producer (special)

220.
Blues, The (2003) as Producer

Music (special)

221.
Blues, The (2003) as Song Performer ("Doe Eyes")
222.
Blues, The (2003) as Song ("Doe Eyes")

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