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High Plains Drifter ... it's served for breakfast at the Belding's hotel.

Ah so that's it. I'm saving watching High Plains again until the Blu-ray comes out later this's hard to wait - I wanna see those pies in HD.

Cholla? John Quade.

He reminds me very slightly of Gene Hackman (sorry Gene!)

It's Mrs Griswold  O0

Gregory Walcott is good as the cop in this and suitably annoying in The Eiger Sanction  :)

I love Ruth Gordon as Ma. ;D I can remember seeing her in a comedy film on TV many years ago called The Big Bus. :)

Did she play a similar character?

Both Superman and Clyde holding trucks up by sheer strength in the same year!

I can't think of it...Bridges perhaps?

Million Dollar Baby is one

Orville always turns his cap backward when he thinks there's going to be a fight  :)

This film still ranks as one of the most profitable for Clint. I read once it was second only to Superman the year of release.

I wonder how much influence Clint had in the directing. James Fargo directed it but I'm sure Clint helped!

The beginning of the feud  >:D

Don't do it Clint, she's no good for you!

I've always wondered why Mel Tillis puts that huge pause between "Halsey" and "Taylor." ???

I think I read that he had a stutter.

The fight scenes in this film are very well choreographed. :)

The Palomino, I would love to go there for a beer. :D

Yeah that would be cool...Clint was interviewed by Barbara Walters in 1980 at The Palomino

I can imagine Clint doing the teeth gag in real life  O0

I've always wondered whether there really was ... is? ... a bare-knuckled boxing subculture like this.

I've wondered that too, Charles Bronson starred in a movie about bare knuckle fighting too.

He didn't last too long!

Good ol' Geoffrey Lewis

I love the first-person viewpoint they use a lot when he's having a fight.

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