How Well Do You Know Clint Eastwood?
Clint starred in a famous trilogy of "spaghetti westerns" as a mysterious gunfighter. What is he most commonly known as?
- "The Man Who Loved To Dance"
- "The Man Who Wasn't There"
- "The Man With No Name"
- "The Guy Who Showed Up and Shot Things"
Eastwood and co-star Lee Marvin showcased their unique singing talents in this musical western. What was it called?
- "Paint Your Wagon"
- "Oklahoma II: The Revenge"
- "Viva Las Cruces"
- "The Man With No Range"
Clint's stardom rose with his portrayal of "Dirty Harry", a gruff cop known for his sidearm. What type of gun does he carry?
- Tommy Gun
- .44 Magnum
- Bright pink Derringer
Clint's directorial debut was a film about a disc jockey stalked by a listener. What did she always call and request of him?
- "Play Mahjong with me"
- "Play Freebird for me"
- "Sell aluminum siding with me"
- "Play Misty for me"
"Right turn, Clyde." Eastwood's simian sidekick in his two popular "Every Which Way" comedies was..
- An orangutan
- A mandrill
- A chimpanzee
- A gorilla
Clint won his first directing Oscar for this 1992 western about an aging gunfighter. What is its title?
- "The Outlaw Josey Wales"
Eastwood's second directing Oscar win was for "Million Dollar Baby", which starred Hilary Swank as a promising..
- MMA fighter
- FBI agent
- Hollywood starlet
Clint directed two films about WWII in 2006. One was "Flags of Our Fathers". What is the title of the second one?
- "They Saved Hitler's Brain!"
- "Heartbreak Ridge"
- "Godzilla Versus the Smog Monster"
- "Letters from Iwo Jima"
Eastwood dipped his boot in the political waters when he was elected mayor of a California beach town in 1986. Which town?
- Pacific Grove
- Santa Cruz
Clint starred as "Rowdy Yates" in this early 1960s TV western now best remembered for its theme song. What show was it?
- "Have Gun, Will Travel"
- "The Rifleman"