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Trivia Games / Re: Degrees of Separation
« on: July 10, 2007, 03:52:00 PM »
We usually try for feature films (not made for TV), Tony. :)
Yeah, I realize that.   ::)  Was just kinda hinting that what I thought might be the most obvious link won't work for this game.  As well as with those movies that Clint only directed, they don't count here either, such as Letters or Flags like I mentioned above linking Ted Levine.    :D
I checked, and there is a feature film movie with a single link from Rick Schroder.   ^-^

Battlefield Vietnam OST
BFV is a game my brothers got me into. I really like it. We set up a local network at home, so that we can play against each other  :D
The soundtrack is a mix of songs from the 50s and 60s  O0

Yeah AB, I love that part of that game too.  I often times play that game just for the music.  It's interesting when you jump into a jeep or even a helicopter, you can turn on the radio and listen as you drive/fly around.

Trivia Games / Re: Degrees of Separation
« on: July 10, 2007, 02:19:58 PM »
Next:Ted Levine

Good one Hemlock!   8)

I don't suppose we could count this one, but I wanted to mention it anyway.  : :o
Ted Levine was in Memoirs of a Geisha with Ken Watanabe who starred in Letters from Iwo Jima.

Or maybe one that's not so obvious that I also found, Ted was in The Fast and the Furious starring Paul Walker who played a fairly small part in Flags of our Fathers.    :P

Also, I see that...
Ted was in The Manchurian Candidate with Meryl Streep who starred in The Bridges of Madison County with Clint.   :-*

Actually, the first one I thought of right off the bat was possibly his most famous role in Silence of the Lambs with Scott Glenn of Absolute Power.   O0

Could one of those be what you were thinking of?

Edit:  Oh, and for the next actor to link, I guess we could try Rick Schroder.  I can think of one made for tv miniseries that had a bunch of Eastwood co-stars in it, but I'm not sure that those count here.   :D

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: THE ENDLESS, POINTLESS thread
« on: July 05, 2007, 09:31:00 AM »
Awesome, one of my very favorite groups had a #1 hit on my own birthday, and I never realized it before now.  Thanks for posting that site Kid.  That just made my day.   :D
The #1 song in the US on Aug 27, 1971...
The Bee Gees - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

Trivia Games / Re: A-Z of Eastwood.
« on: July 05, 2007, 09:16:26 AM »
O is for Oscar

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What was the last western you watched?
« on: June 15, 2007, 10:42:07 AM »
Seraphim Falls.  Not very good in my opinion, there were quite a few rather silly moments.

Saw Seraphim Falls the other day.  I'd have to say I agree with Phantomstranger on this one.  I enjoyed it too.  Many recognized faces costaring.  The end was a bit weird and unexpected, but I don't mind that too much.  Sometimes I also try to judge how good a movie is to me, just by how much it sparks further discussion, and this one definitely did that, between my brother and I anyhow.   ^-^

I'd say it's worth it to see two Irish actors in what's probably their first ever western movie.  Try not to think of them as James Bond and Master Qui-Gon Jinn.    :D

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: June 04, 2007, 04:11:39 PM »
This is just a guess.... Is it sweet Amy from The Beguled?

Philo .
Yup, that's the one!It is from near the end of the movie, Mr. McBee is kind of on a rampage.  He’s been drinking and now has a gun.  Remember, they’ve just cut off his leg trying to save his life.  Amy shows him her little pet turtle, trying to calm him down, but it’s too late.  His temper gets the better of him and he throws her turtle across the room.  As she cries out and runs to rescue the poor thing, he realizes what he’s done, but it’s too late now.  She yells at him, “STAY AWAY FROM ME, I HATE YOU!”
I wish I could attach a screenshot of her face in that scene, sweet little Amy is really mad.   :o

Of the lesser known Eastwood movies, The Beguiled is one of my favorites.   O0

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 24, 2007, 12:56:02 PM »
Been two weeks now.  How about another clue...   :-X

It's a girl that yells this line at Clint's character.   ^-^  And I think he deserved it too.


That's good news KC, now I'm jealous.  Don't get me wrong, I love Amazon, but it's telling me my order won't be shipped until at least June 2nd.  Maybe it's because I ordered one other DVD as well and they likely prefer to ship the orders together when you choose the free shipping option.   :-\

Basically, I'm looking to see if anyone has the list of special features that would be on this particular edition.
Ok, I might have just answered my own question.  I think this one must just be the individually priced one of the 4-movie anthology.  It makes sense now that I've re-read Brendan's post with all those details from   :D   O0

Ok, besides the Sergio Leone Anthology set, has there already been some discussion about A Fistful of Dollars (2-Disc Collector's Edition)?
Amazon says it will be releasing on June 5th, 2007:o

I'm a little skeptical yet about buying another copy of the movie, unless there are some good special features about it that I don't already have, then I won't hesitate and pre-order it now.   O0
Basically, I'm looking to see if anyone has the list of special features that would be on this particular edition.   ^-^

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 17, 2007, 10:17:43 AM »
How embarassing.  I messed up the line after-all, even after I made extra sure I had it perfect.  :-[ The line is actually, stay instead of get, not that that makes a huge difference for you, but I'm usually very detail oriented, so here is the correct line...


General Discussion / Re: How'd you become a Clint fan?
« on: May 16, 2007, 03:33:40 PM »
Guess I started watching movies more regularly in the early 80's once Dad subscribed to cable television.  So, I grew up watching EWWBL and AWWYC over and over, and then when Sudden Impact came out, it was so huge!   8)
But I think what really hooked me in was when I saw "his eyes" in Pale Rider.   :o  That did it for me right there, I had to go out and check out all the spaghetti westerns that I'd heard so much about to see more of this guy.  And so the obsession grew and grew.   O0

General Discussion / Re: Favorite Costars
« on: May 16, 2007, 03:22:19 PM »
If I am not mistaken, hasn't he been in the most Eastwoods ever?
Actually, seems I remember that Bill McKinney has been in the most Eastwood movies, although Geoffrey Lewis probably wins for most screen time opposite Clint.   8)

I have to agree as well.  I think the top co-stars on my list would be re-occuring faces such as Geoffrey Lewis and Bill McKinney, although they might lose out to Clyde at the top, at least that is for comedic roles.  I often find myself looking for them in other movies I watch, such as you mentioned there, The Devil's Rejects.

As for the more serious roles, guess I'd have to start out with Meryl Streep, then John Malcovich, Gene Hackman and then a tie between Morgan Freeman and Robert Duvall.  Only reason M.F. and R.D. are lower, is because I honestly liked them better in other movies besides Clint's movies.

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 16, 2007, 03:11:11 PM »
Sorry Fhil, I know it can be even worse trying to think of a new answer when you have the wrong one stuck in your head.

Another possibly useless clue for most...  ::)   the right movie was just on cable last night, and I know that doesn't help much to identify which scene, however it is on again this coming Sunday night.   O0

Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What was the last western you watched?
« on: May 15, 2007, 11:09:06 AM »
TNT movie:  You Know My Name starring Sam Elliott.

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 15, 2007, 11:01:43 AM »
edited 5/17/07

Is it too early yet for a clue?...
This movie is as old as I am if that counts as a clue.  ;D  ::)

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 11, 2007, 04:32:06 PM »
Megan Wheeler in Pale Rider?
Well, I hadn't actually thought of that scene Fhil, good guess, but no, that's not the one for this quote.   ::)

Trivia Games / Re: A-Z of Eastwood.
« on: May 11, 2007, 11:19:53 AM »
Here's to Ramon and all the Rojo brothers.
When a man with a .45 meets a man with a rifle, the man with a pistol will be a dead man.

Trivia Games / Re: Non-Eastwood Quotes
« on: May 10, 2007, 04:04:06 PM »
Well, I wouldn't consider it to be the hardest part, you don't have to twist my arm for me to watch an Eastwood movie again.   8)
Well, I kinda like this thread, so I wanted to get that one figured out, so we could continue on with the next one.  :)
Maybe this one won't be too difficult, but then I wouldn't wanna make it too easy either.  :D

Here's the line...
edited 5/17/07

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