Clint Eastwood filmography

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Eastwood at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival (2008)

Clint Eastwood is an American film actor, director, producer, and composer. He has appeared in over 60 films. His career has spanned 60 years and began with small uncredited film roles and television appearances.[1] Eastwood has acted in multiple television series, including the eight-season series Rawhide (1959–1965). Although he appeared in several earlier films, his breakout film role was as the Man with No Name in the Sergio Leone-directed Dollars Trilogy: A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965), and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966).[2] In 1971, Eastwood made his directorial debut with Play Misty for Me.[3] Also that year, he starred as San Francisco police inspector Harry Callahan in the eponymous Dirty Harry. The film received critical acclaim, and spawned four more films: Magnum Force (1973), The Enforcer (1976), Sudden Impact (1983), and The Dead Pool (1988).[4]

In 1973, Eastwood starred in another western, High Plains Drifter. Three years later, he starred as Confederate guerilla and outlaw Josey Wales in The Outlaw Josey Wales. In 1978, Eastwood starred opposite an orangutan in the action-comedy Every Which Way but Loose. Although it received largely negative reviews,[5] the film was a financial success, his highest-grossing film at that time, and generated a sequel released as Any Which Way You Can (1980).[6] In 1979, Eastwood starred in the Don Siegel-directed Escape from Alcatraz, starring as prisoner Frank Morris.

Eastwood's debut as a producer began in 1982 with two films, Firefox and Honkytonk Man.[7] In 1985, Eastwood directed Pale Rider, which was the highest-grossing western of the 1980s.[8] Eastwood also has contributed music to his films, either through performing or composing. He lent his voice to a song in Paint Your Wagon, co-starring Lee Marvin, who also sings. He received the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture for his 1993 western Unforgiven.[9] In 2003, Eastwood directed an ensemble cast, including Sean Penn, Kevin Bacon, Tim Robbins, and Laurence Fishburne, in Mystic River.[10] For their performances, Penn and Robbins respectively won Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, making Mystic River the first film to win both categories since Ben Hur in 1959.[11] The following year, Eastwood once again won the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Director, this time for Million Dollar Baby (2004).[12] In 2006, he directed the companion war films Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima, which depict the Battle of Iwo Jima from the American and Japanese perspective, respectively.[13] In 2008, Eastwood directed and starred as protagonist Walt Kowalski in Gran Torino. His most recent acting role was for the film Cry Macho (2021), which he also directed and produced for Warner Bros. Pictures.

Throughout his career, Eastwood has received numerous accolades. In 1996, Eastwood was a recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award.[14] In 2006, he received the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film from the BAFTA.[15] A 2009 recipient, he was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 2010, the highest such honor given by the United States government.[16]

Film[edit]

Clint Eastwood's film credits
Year Title Functioned as Notes Ref(s)
Actor Director Producer Role
1955 Revenge of the Creature Uncredited No No Lab technician Jennings [17]
Francis in the Navy Yes No No Jonesy [18]
Lady Godiva of Coventry Uncredited No No First Saxon [19]
Tarantula! Uncredited No No Jet squadron leader [20]
1956 Never Say Goodbye Uncredited No No Will [21]
Star in the Dust Uncredited No No Tom [22]
Away All Boats Uncredited No No Navy medic [23]
The First Traveling Saleslady Yes No No Lt. Jack Rice [24]
1957 Escapade in Japan Uncredited No No Dumbo pilot [25]
1958 Lafayette Escadrille Yes No No George Moseley [26]
Ambush at Cimarron Pass Yes No No Keith Williams [27]
1964 A Fistful of Dollars Yes No No Man with No Name [28]
1965 For a Few Dollars More Yes No No Man with No Name [29]
1966 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Yes No No Man with No Name [30]
1967 The Witches Yes No No Carlo / Charlie[a] [31]
1968 Hang 'Em High Yes No No Jed Cooper [32]
Coogan's Bluff Yes No No Walt Coogan [33]
Where Eagles Dare Yes No No Lt. Schaffer [34]
1969 Paint Your Wagon Yes No No Pardner [35]
1970 Two Mules for Sister Sara Yes No No Hogan [36]
Kelly's Heroes Yes No No Pvt. Kelly [37]
1971 The Beguiled Yes No No John McBurney [38]
Play Misty for Me Yes Yes No David Garver Directorial debut [3][39]
Dirty Harry Yes No No Harry Callahan [40]
1972 Joe Kidd Yes No No Joe Kidd [41]
1973 High Plains Drifter Yes Yes No The Stranger [42][43]
Breezy Uncredited Yes No Man in crowd on pier Cameo [44][45]
Magnum Force Yes No No Harry Callahan [46]
1974 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot Yes No No John 'Thunderbolt' Doherty [47]
1975 The Eiger Sanction Yes Yes No Jonathan Hemlock [48][49]
1976 The Outlaw Josey Wales Yes Yes No Josey Wales [50][51]
The Enforcer Yes No No Harry Callahan [52]
1977 The Gauntlet Yes Yes No Ben Shockley [53][54]
1978 Every Which Way but Loose Yes No No Philo Beddoe [55]
1979 Escape from Alcatraz Yes No No Frank Morris [56]
1980 Bronco Billy Yes Yes No Bronco Billy McCoy [57][58]
Any Which Way You Can Yes No No Philo Beddoe [59]
1982 Firefox Yes Yes Yes Mitchell Gant [60][7]
Honkytonk Man Yes Yes Yes Red Stovall [61]
1983 Sudden Impact Yes Yes Yes Harry Callahan [62][63]
1984 Tightrope Yes Uncredited Yes Wes Block [53][64]
City Heat Yes No No Lt. Speer [65]
1985 Pale Rider Yes Yes Yes Preacher [66][67]
1986 Heartbreak Ridge Yes Yes Yes Gunnery Sgt. Thomas 'Gunny' Highway [68][69]
1988 The Dead Pool Yes No No Harry Callahan [70]
Bird No Yes Yes N/A [71]
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser No No Yes N/A Executive producer [72]
1989 Pink Cadillac Yes No No Tommy Nowak [73]
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend Yes No No Host Documentary film [74]
1990 White Hunter Black Heart Yes Yes Yes John Wilson [75][76]
The Rookie Yes Yes No Nick Pulovski [77][78]
1992 Unforgiven Yes Yes Yes William 'Will' Munny [79][80]
1993 In the Line of Fire Yes No No Secret Service Agent Frank Horrigan [81]
A Perfect World Yes Yes No Texas Ranger Red Garnett [82][83]
1995 Casper Uncredited No No Himself Cameo [84]
The Bridges of Madison County Yes Yes Yes Robert Kincaid [85][86]
The Stars Fell on Henrietta No No Yes N/A [87]
1997 Absolute Power Yes Yes Yes Luther Whitney [88][89]
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil No Yes Yes N/A [90]
1999 True Crime Yes Yes Yes Steve Everett [91][92]
2000 Space Cowboys Yes Yes Yes Frank Corvin [93][94]
2002 Blood Work Yes Yes Yes Terry McCaleb [95][96]
2003 Mystic River No Yes Yes N/A [97]
2004 Million Dollar Baby Yes Yes Yes Frankie Dunn [98][99]
2005 Budd Boetticher: A Man Can Do[b] No No Yes N/A Executive producer [101]
2006 Flags of Our Fathers No Yes Yes N/A [13]
Letters from Iwo Jima No Yes Yes N/A [102]
2008 Changeling No Yes Yes N/A [103]
Gran Torino Yes Yes Yes Walt Kowalski [104][105]
2009 Invictus No Yes Yes N/A [106]
2010 Hereafter No Yes Yes N/A [107]
Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way No No Yes N/A Executive producer [108]
2011 Kurosawa's Way Yes No No Himself Documentary film [109]
J. Edgar No Yes Yes N/A [110]
2012 Trouble with the Curve Yes No Yes Gus Lobel [111][112]
2014 Jersey Boys No Yes Yes N/A [113]
American Sniper Uncredited Yes Yes Church goer Cameo [114][115]
2016 Sully No Yes Yes N/A [116]
2017 Indian Horse No No Yes N/A Executive producer [117]
Sad Hill Unearthed Yes No No Himself Documentary film [118]
2018 The 15:17 to Paris No Yes Yes N/A [119]
The Mule Yes Yes Yes Earl Stone [120][121]
2019 Richard Jewell No Yes Yes N/A [122]
2021 Cry Macho Yes Yes Yes Mike Milo [123][124]

Song credits[edit]

Clint Eastwood's song credits
Year Film Functioned as Song title(s) Ref(s)
Singer Composer Lyricist
1969 Paint Your Wagon Yes No No "I Still See Elisa", "I Talk to the Trees", "Gold Fever", and "Best Things"[c] [125]
1980 Bronco Billy Yes No No "Bar Room Buddies"[d] [126]
Any Which Way You Can Yes No No "Beers to You"[e] [127]
1982 Honkytonk Man Yes No No "When I Sing About You", "No Sweeter Cheater Than You", and "In the Jailhouse Now"[f] [128]
1984 City Heat Yes No No "Montage Blues"[g] [129]
1986 Heartbreak Ridge No No Yes "How Much I Care"[h] [130]
1992 Unforgiven No Yes No "Claudia's Theme" [131]
1993 A Perfect World No Yes No "Big Fran's Baby" [132]
1995 The Bridges of Madison County No Yes No "Doe Eyes" [133]
1997 Absolute Power No Yes No "Power Waltz" and "Kate's Theme" [134]
1999 True Crime No No Yes "Why Should I Care"[i] [135]
2006 Flags of Our Fathers No No Yes "The Photograph", "Wounded Marines", "Armada Arrives", "Goodbye Ira", "Inland Battle", "Flag Raising", "The Medals", "Platoon Swims", "Flags Theme", "End Titles Guitar", and "End Titles" [136]
2007 Grace Is Gone No No Yes "Grace Is Gone" [137]
2008 Gran Torino Uncredited No Yes "Gran Torino"[j] [138]

Score credits[edit]

Clint Eastwood's score credits
Year Title Notes Ref(s)
2003 Mystic River [139]
2004 Million Dollar Baby [140]
2006 Flags of Our Fathers Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens also composed alongside Eastwood, but were uncredited. [141]
2007 Grace Is Gone [142]
2008 Changeling [143]
2010 Hereafter [144]
2011 J. Edgar [145]

Television[edit]

In the early stages of his acting career, Eastwood played several small roles in episodes for several television shows. This list includes appearances in various episodes of fictional shows, and excludes appearances as himself on talk shows, interview shows, ceremonies, and other related media.

Clint Eastwood's television credits
Year Title Functioned as Notes Ref(s)
Actor Director Producer Role
1955 Allen in Movieland Yes No No Orderly TV film [146]
Highway Patrol Yes No No Joe Keeley Episode: "Motorcycle A" [147]
1956 Death Valley Days Yes No No John Lucas 2 episodes [148]
TV Reader's Digest Yes No No Lt. Wilson Episode: "Cochise, Greatest of the Apaches" [149]
1957 The West Point Story Yes No No Cadet Bob Salter Episode: "White Fury" [150]
1958 Navy Log Yes No No Burns Episode: "The Lonely Watch" [151]
1959 Maverick Yes No No Red Hardigan Episode: "Duel at Sundown" [152]
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Yes No No Newsman Episode: "Human Interest Story" [153]
1959–1965 Rawhide Yes No No Rowdy Yates 217 episodes [154]
1962 Mister Ed Yes No No Himself Episode: "Clint Eastwood Meets Mister Ed" [155]
1985 Amazing Stories No Yes No N/A Episode: "Vanessa in the Garden" [156]
1991 Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros. Yes No No Host / Narrator TV film documentary [157]
2003 The Blues No Yes No N/A Episode: "Piano Blues" [158]
2009 Johnny Mercer: The Dream's On Me No No Yes N/A Executive producer [159]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The character was renamed Charlie in the film's English re-release.
  2. ^ An alternate and shorter version of the film was released under the title Budd Boetticher: An American Original.[100]
  3. ^ Eastwood sang "Best Things" with Lee Marvin and Ray Walston.
  4. ^ With Merle Haggard.
  5. ^ With Ray Charles.
  6. ^ Eastwood sang "In the Jailhouse Now" with John Anderson, David Frizzell, and Marty Robbins.
  7. ^ With Michael Lang and Pete Jolly.
  8. ^ Co-written with Sammy Cahn.
  9. ^ Co-written with Carole Bayer Sager and Linda Thompson.
  10. ^ Credited for writing but uncredited for singing.

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