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Questions & Answers / questions and answers
« on: April 08, 2005, 03:37:28 PM »
I have read that...wondered if it were true...that he takes allergy meds before westerns that he used to make...?  - Donna Madison

General Discussion / Jay Leno/Rawhide song
« on: April 02, 2005, 05:01:59 PM »
 :)Hi all - I read with great interest in a magazine that
Jay Leno is such a great Eastwood fan (no greater than me, I bet!!) heard Clint sing "Rawhide", then found a recording of it and sent it to him.  It was worth $500, apparently.  First of all: where/when did Clint sing Rawhide?? Was it on Leno?  Will this ever be repeated, and/or did anyone see this?? I wish I had heard it!! I love the tune, and would love to own it, either by its original singer, Frankie Laine or ESPECIALLY Clint.  !! If anyone has this information, please help.  Thanks kindly.  ~Donna Madison

General Discussion / new novel for Clint
« on: March 11, 2005, 09:27:35 AM »
Hi! I have noticed that lately Clint Estwood has taken material from novels...(Bridges of Madison County, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby etc)...I wondered if he has ever read anything by Colin Harrison?? He is a fabulous writer, and I think Clint should read his latest book, The Havana Room, which would be a PERFECT vehicle for Clint!!   It is a very original, poetic, jazzy, wild story with a mystery attached to it. Very high level writing.  Harrison also wrote Manhattan Nocturne, which is like jazz on paper -- the way Clint loves jazz, this could be another vehicle for him!  I wish someone could call Clint's attentions to these books.  Harrison is soooo good and I know Clint appreciates a man with talent so very much.  I already have the female cast in The Havana Club -- Angelina Jolie! I'd love to see Clint work with her.  She is so cutting edge. That would be so very entertaining. Anyway, if his people ever read these posts, turn him on to Colin Harrison!  bye for now - Donna Madison

General Discussion / best female co-star?
« on: March 09, 2005, 12:37:25 PM »
Wondering...who do yu all think is Clint Estwood's best female co-star?  This is how I feel: 1. I think he had the best physical chemistry with Donna Mills in Play Misty.  They are two such gorgeous people and looked as if they really belonged together!!  2.  I think he had an amazing connection with Meryl Streep in Bridges of Madison County.  He seemed in awe of her, not just of her beauty but of her as a person. Lovely.  3.  I think he gets a kick out of Laura Linney.  When he cast her again in Mystic River, after having her in Absolute Power, I coud tell he digs her!! (as a friend)  I think he feels that way about Hilary Swank, too.  4.  I didn't think he had any chemistry with the Tyne Daly character in Magnum Force.  5. I think his best films with Sondra Locke were Bronco Billy and The Gauntlet, in terms of how they interacted.  In the Gauntlet they actually seemed to be flirting with each other in various scenes....and Sondra was great as Antoinette Lilly in Bronco Billy.  She was allowed to be sardonic and rude, and play it over the top.  I loved when Billy introduced her to all his friends, and she rolled her eyes and said "such an honor" - perfectly spoken!  Frankly, I didn't think much of Sondra's acting except for those two movies.  She needs the right role, obviously.  What does everyone think?  Have a good day all - Donna Madison

General Discussion / William Holden movie
« on: March 04, 2005, 08:20:58 PM »
Does anyone remember the movie "Breezy" directed by Clint Eastwood, and starring the wonderful late William Holden and Kay Lenz (who I also liked as an actress - what became of her?)....I thought that movie was so sweet.  I think I am the only person in the world who watched it!! (other than Clint!)  I never see it on t.v. anymore but...wondered what you all think of it.  Best wishes, Donna Madison

General Discussion / PLAY MISTY FOR ME
« on: March 03, 2005, 09:39:27 PM »
Hi, I'm pretty new here...but do u ever talk about this movie?  I have seen it maybe 20 times and I cannot make out  Clint's last name (the character)....he sounds so much like he is saying Dave Garber...then I think the credits say Garland or Garver.  It isn't very important but it's one of those little things that drive you crazy.  I loved Jessica Walter-  the perfect psycho!! I loved when Clint was having dinner with the older lady and Evelyn found him "Is this your idea of a dish?"  Too funny.  And when she swore for the first time at some people who wanted to sleep, he looked so shocked!!!  He is funny without realizing it.  After that movie I had my hair cut exactly like Donna Mills...that shag was so pretty.  That was a fantastic movie and still gives me the heebie-jeebies.  Bye for now.  Donna Madison

General Discussion / use of name "Frank"
« on: March 03, 2005, 04:03:21 PM »
Has anyone else noticed that the most common first name used by Clint in movies is "Frank"?  There is probably nothing significant about it...I just find it interesting.  What is funny is, he SO doesn't look like a Frank!! (no offense to any Franks)....Take Care.  Does Clint ever read these things??? I hope so!!!!  -Love, Donna M.

General Discussion / romantic movie
« on: March 03, 2005, 11:37:14 AM »
 :)I definitely think that after Clint does his next upcoming war movie that sounds fabulous, he should do something in a lighter vein. Mystic River,   Million Dollar Baby and now this one, are all serious and deep. Lovely movies.  However, I love the idea someone else mentioned regarding his doing a romance.  I don't think it should be with an inmate or someone so young.  An actress approaching 60 would be good - like Susan Sarandon or Helen Mirren...someone with great acting ability like Meryl Streep had.  Seeing Clint playing a man who is still into the chicks in his late 70's would be a lot of fun...and sexy for us girls!!!  Hey why not.  Clint can do anything if he wants to.  The story can be complicated in any number of ways...maybe HE is the ex-convict and the woman has reservations....and a mean ex-husband??!!  - Donna Madison

Clint Eastwood Westerns / another great quote...
« on: March 01, 2005, 03:27:40 PM »
Don't u love in High Plains Drifter, after he makes love with her in the barn, she comes in to shoot him in the bathtub, he ducks, avoiding the bullet, and he says "I wonder what took her so long to get mad?" ;D ;D ;Donna

 8)This very cool line comes from The Gauntlet, when he has all the bikers around him.  Love it! Does anyone else love it?  Write to me:

Questions & Answers / Dina
« on: March 01, 2005, 03:16:22 PM »
 Hi! I wanted to know if there is a way I can obtain the birth data of Dina Eastwood?  I would love to look up her astrological chart for my own research and would not use it for any wrong reasons.  Just my own curiosity.  Thanks to anyone who has it. U may write to me at  THANKS

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