Clint Eastwood westerns


I am a hardcore fan of Clint Eastwood Westerns (see the background image on this site? ), and if you are on this page I bet you are too. Like a devoted Clint-fan I keep the list of Clint Eastwood Movies handy..especially of western genre. This is his magnetic persona which shines in all his western films.

If the great John Wayne is the king of the western movies, then Clint Eastwood is the golden prince of the western movies. An old veteran and perhaps the most stylish western star of all times. This page is dedicated exclusively to Clint Eastwood films!
Clint Eastwood Westerns are as stylish as Clint Eastwood is himself, charismatic and captivating. Most-wanted-western-movies.com presents :

Western Movies Clint Eastwood Acted In:

1. Star in the Dust (1956) ____ Tom, ranch hand (uncredited)

2. The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) ____ Lt. Jack Rice, Roughrider

3. Death Valley Days ____ John Lucas (TV serial, 1 episode, 1956)

4. Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958) ____ Keith Williams

5. Maverick ____ Red Hardigan (TV serial, 1 episode, 1959) ____ Red Hardigan

6. Rawhide ____ Rowdy Yates (TV serial, 217 episodes, 1959-1965)

7. The Magnificent Stranger (1967)____ Rowdy Yates

8. Hang ‘Em High (1968) ____ Marshal Jed Cooper

9. Paint Your Wagon (1969) ____ Pardner

10. Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) ____ Hogan

11. The Beguiled (1971) ____ Cpl. John McBurney

12. Joe Kidd (1972) ____ Joe Kidd

13. High Plains Drifter (1973) ____ The Stranger

14. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) ____ Josey Wales

15. Bronco Billy (1980) ____ Bronco Billy McCoy

16. Pale Rider (1985) ____ Preacher

17. Unforgiven (1992) ____ William ‘Bill’ Munny

Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Westerns Trilogy :

Clint Eastwood Western TrilogyThis trilogy is considered as a collection of the best spaghetti western movies. Spaghetti westerns were not rated highly due to their Italian language, poor budgets, meaningless violance and inferior art work. But, Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Westerns changed that perception forever. With Sergio Leone, he gave one after another hit and every movie was better than the last one

1. A Fistful of Dollars (1964) ____ Joe
… aka Per un pugno di dollari
… aka Für eine Handvoll Dollar (West Germany)
… aka For a Fistfull of Dollars (UK)

2. For a Few Dollars More (1965) ____ Monco
… aka For Some Dollars More (International: English title)
… aka Für ein paar Dollar mehr (West Germany)
… aka Muerte tenía un precio , La (Spain)

3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) ____ Blondie
…aka Bueno, el feo y el malo, El (Spain)
… aka The Good, the Ugly, the Bad (USA: literal English title)
… aka The Magnificent Rogues (UK)

Clint Eastwood films gave a new look to the western cinema. With him the western movies found a smart, sleek and macho cowboy, who pulled off the wooden/emotionless mask from the old west’s face. Although Clint Eastwood has done great in other than western movies too (remember Dirty Harry?), this ‘man with no name’ has a huge fan following because of his hard-hitting gunfighter image. In the list of Clint Eastwood movies, this spaghetti trilogy holds a special position. Because it made him an instant international star.

Western Movies Directed by Clint Eastwood:

Clint Eastwood in Pale Rider

  1. High Plains Drifter (1973)
  2. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
  3. Bronco Billy (1980)
  4. Pale Rider (1985)
  5. Unforgiven (1992)

A brilliant director is Clint Eastwood. Movies he directed were not enjoyed just by a common man but also passed the film criticism with flying colors. Unforgiven being the last western Clint Eastwood directed won Academy Award for The Best Director and The Best Picture of 1992.

Western Movies Produced by Clint Eastwood:

  1. Pale Rider (1985)
  2. Unforgiven (1992)

37 Comments

  1. David Delouchery = The movie is The good the bad and the ugly

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  2. what is the name of the film where Eastwood lends money to an old lady who is worried about the bank foreclosing on her farm. Eastwood tells her to get a receipt from the banker and the Eastwood robs the banker after the old lady pays the banker.

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  3. I am looking for the name of the movie that clint eastwood was in. It was an american civil war film in which he was captured . The other side used to beat up prisoners to get anything of value from them. WHile they were beating them up they forced other prisoners to play music to hide the noise. If anyone can remember that movie or the name of the music that would be appreciated. (Very moving, brought me to tears)

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  4. i will tell you clint eastwood lots of shooting guns in clint eastwood old western films looks similer to all gun shootings in all harrison ford old movies looks similer to all the chuck norris gun shootings in old chuch norris movies looks similer to all the steven segal gun shootings in all the steven segal old movies.

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  5. Dena it’s high plains drifter

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  6. DENA, that film where they paint the town was “High Plains Drifter”.

    Clint rocks the westerns like no-one else.

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  7. I’M A FAN OF MR. EASTWOOD. HE HAS A MOVIE THAT I REALLY LIKED AS A KID, BUT DON’T KNOW THE NAME OF IT. I REMEMBER THAT THEY PAINTED THE CITY RED. DO ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THAT MOVIE?

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  8. that movies is not dead lifetime

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  9. Also, how could I forget to mention the mesmerizing tune of the musical pocket watch. Luv it! it’s my ringtone now lol

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  10. What a great site! My all time favorite would have to be The good, the bad and the ugly. I’ve watched it a million times and I want to watch it now but I have to go to work.. It’s in the dvd player.. Nah I better not lol.
    I think Clint is the best actor, when I watch his westerns I totally zone out, they’re Captivating and an awesome way to kill time. It’s a lil sad, knowing that there won’t be any more made. See, I’ve only recently started to get into them ( in the last year or so ) and I’ve got about 40 or so movies, unfortunately not all staring Clint but still entertaining. John Wayne is not half as entertaining as Clint. Anywhoo.. better start making my way to work before I’m late. Awesome site
    Thanks

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  11. darlene i found a pic 2 it look like he is following u with hius eyes and gun the name is juan r parker on it but cant find nothing on internet

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  12. Watchin western movies was first with “Pale rider” and from that movie I watched a lots of clint eastwood as well as other notable western movies.But ………………..the Clint eastwood movies surpasses all.I believe CLINT EASTWOOD IS THE MOST STYLISH AND FINEST ACTOR OF THAT ERA AND THIS ERA AND THE ERA TO COME.I SALUTE THE GREATEST ENTERTAINER.

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  13. Thanks for pointing me to “A Fistful of Dollars”. The scene isn’t exactly how I remember. I thought Clint spent more time recovering from his wounds (like days or weeks) and I thought he was hiding under a table and then moved from shadow under the table into the light which revealed his wounded face. The actual shot that has haunted my mind for years is when he is shooting the boiler and moves forward from his shooting position into the light to inspect the bullet marks. I must have been half asleep the first time I saw the scene because my mind has obviously played tricks on me. Thanks again.

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  14. Trying to find out about a painted portrait from the movie hang em high. I have no idea who painted it or when it was painted, but found one identical to the one off of “hang em high”. Any information would be greatly appreciated!

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  15. David Delouchery,
    If you are passing this way again the answer is…..Fistful of Dollars.
    He (Clint) hides in the mine and makes himself a bullet proof vest ready for the final showdown.

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  16. I’m looking for a film with a scene that i can’t get out of my mind. I believe it is a Clint Eastwood western but I haven’t found the right film yet. The main character (Clint?) is shot up and injured. He hides in a abandoned (mining?) camp and nurses himself back to health before going after the men that put him there. The shot that haunts my mind if of the cowboy hiding under a table like a injured rat but all you see is his intense smoldering eyes (as the camera dollies in for a closeup) preparing for revenge. Can you help me out?

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  17. Can anyone tell me if ‘The Magnificent Stranger’ El Magnifico Extranjero’ has ever been released on DVD?

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  18. Hi. I’m trying to track down a clint Eastwood movie called “Everywhich Way But Loose” and Everywhickhway tou can”

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  19. In my book, Clint Eastwood’s western movies were far much better than John Wayne’s. He would never wearing spanking clean suits while riding through the desert like Wayne did. He’s the man. My favorite movie is “The Outlaw Josey Wales.”

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  20. I love him he is just one damn great hero of all time in the western movie.

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  21. I am a great fan of CLINT EASTWOOD and he will never die although pass the time…. HE IS THE MAN!

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  22. Anybody playing games ?I think the game Call of Juarez is a pretty good game and if they make a movie about it Clint Eastwood should be the main character

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  23. Clint Eastwood is the MAN!!

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  24. for me watching old clint eastwood on my small collection of eastwood dvds are like that old record that your kids are so tired of hearing you play every sunday after dinner. love the man his movies his talent has yet to be improved upon . i will continue my lifes quest to collect his intire volume of eastwood westerns. keep up the good work.

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  25. Well I am a very big fan of Clints work and his directing. This man has portrayed the classic image of the rough riding cowboy in numerous films and perfected it. With his Iconic stare or his half smoked cigar even his pale horse have set the tone for many westerns today. The wild west days may have passed on but a glimps of it can always be seen in one of his westerns. From the High Plains no name Stranger, or the alaskan preacher, “Kidd”, Hogan, Jed Cooper, Josey Wales, and Will Munny all couldn’t have asked for a better man to play them than the one and only Clint Eastwood!

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  26. Great website man! I’m a big fan of Clint Eastwood, and especially his westerns. The spaghetti-trilogy must be the best movies that ever had been made. So GREAT! And I like Clint’s style in the movies – it’s so cool. The trilogy is best, but “Two Mules For Sister Sara”, “The Outlaw Josey Wales”, “High Plains Drifter” and “Pale Rider” are all also so very good. Thanks for this site man.

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  27. I love Mr. Eastwood’s movies, especially “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” and “A Fistful Of Dollars”

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  28. That’s what im fucking talking about I”ve searched everywhere for a site like this. Good job man.

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  29. OH!THOSE MOVIES The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.Unforgiven.For a Few Dollars More.I CANT FORGET.CINEMA HISTORY WILL MAKE WITH THEM &Clint Eastwood THE HEROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.I LIKE VERY MUCH…….

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  30. a great site. i’m not a western movie fan per se, but enjoyed your site exquisitely. kurosawa and clint should’ve worked together.

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  31. Im going to need to watch some of these movies. If any of you guys here play videogames as well I strongly recommend getting Red Dead Redemption. Awesome western game.

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  32. “High Plains Drifter” is a great movie.

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  33. awesome website guy, just wondering, what is Clint Eastwood’s best western other tan unforgiven, and TGTBATU (thats right I abbreviated it what you gonna do about it?)

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  34. Awesome web site! The goodbad, and the ugly is a great movie

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  35. It would be great to see Clint back in the saddle. If not persuaded,. perhaps he might consider writing/directing. Western Movies really need to make a serious comeback. Nothing like ‘em!

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  36. wow,awesome website

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  37. I have looked everywhere for a nicely compiled list of Clint Eastwood westerns for my brother…….now here it is. You’re the bomb!

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