Warner Brothers Unveils Massive Clint Eastwood Box Set

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So you’ve got The Dirty Harry Collection, The Man with No Name Trilogy and maybe one of the other previously released Clint Eastwood DVD box sets, but still you need more. More Clint. Well, you must be feeling pretty lucky, punk, because Warner Brothers have just announced plans to release a rather insane collection of Clint Eastwood’s films early next year. Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros will be a 19-disc set that covers all of his movies released through Warner Brothers between 1968 and 2008, starting with Where Eagles Dare and ending with Gran Torino.

This is the kind of thing you usually only see years after someone has passed away, but we all know that Eastwood is still going strong. It’s too bad they couldn’t get this thing ready in time for Christmas though because I’m sure a lot of dads would probably love to see this under their tree. Extras include:

  • The Eastwood Factor: A short film by Richard Schickel about Eastwood
  • 24-page sampler booklet from Clint: A Retrospective by Richard Schickel
  • Rare and one-of-a-kind correspondence and photos
  • Hours of special features including commentaries and featurettes
  • Collectible DVD album packaging

Unfortunately it looks like the collection is not going to be available on Blu-ray (at least not initially). Look for it in stores on February 16th, 2010, at a suggested retail price of $179.98. Check out the full list of movies that will be included after the jump.


Where Eagles Dare
Kelly’s Heroes
Dirty Harry
Magnum Force
The Enforcer
The Outlaw Josey Wales
The Gauntlet
Every Which Way But Loose
Bronco Billy
Any Which Way You Can
Honkytonk Man
Firefox
Sudden Impact
City Heat
Tightrope
Pale Rider
Heartbreak Ridge
Bird
The Dead Pool
Pink Cadillac
White Hunter, Black Heart
The Rookie
Unforgiven
A Perfect World
The Bridges of Madison County
Absolute Power
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
True Crime
Space Cowboys
Blood Work
Mystic River
Million Dollar Baby
Letters from Iwo Jima
Gran Torino

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  • Dexter Morgan

    you know what this box art shows? that clint eastwood apparently lost control of his facial muscles over the years and is unable to close his mouth in his old age.

  • http://www.kutt-out.co.uk Billy Boyd Cape

    Pity it doesn’t have his directed films look like Changeling. Although I guess that would be too insane

  • http://afrofilmviewer.blogspot.com/ Byron

    m@ Dexter Morgan that was the most bizarre thing to pick up on. Was also very funny.

  • http://www.catharticentertainment.com rus in chicago

    one of the best lines of the last year: Madonna’s arms these days look like Clint Eastwood’s penis

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  • http://www.rianmiller.com Rian

    Is it me, or does Space Cowboys stick out like a sore thumb among the other titles on that list?

  • AlexG

    Changeling was universal, not warner bros, that’s why it isn’t included. i very much liked that film, but i don’t know if i could put myself through it’s second part ever again (really harrowing stuff imo)

  • s.w.a.c.

    I see Bird and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, on there, so they are including films he’s directed, but doesn’t appear in.

    A Perfect World is probably my favourite unsung Eastwood film.

  • brian p

    hope to find a pricing on this before it comes out in the holidays. Any info would be appreciatted.

  • Ron

    Why isn’t “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” included??

  • hate most people

    Can anybody just appreciate the fact that this exists and have some respect for a man that is the reason why these movies exist, and someone who is more of a talent, inspiration, and more of a human being than most of you.

  • Dee

    It isn’t just dads that would love to see this under the tree. This mom grew up watching Clint Eastwood movies with her daddy and loves them. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly wasn’t for WB and it was (I believe) prior to 1968. I questioned why _In the Line of Fire_ wasn’t included and then figured it out: not WB. Eastwood may be in some movies that weren’t critically acclaimed and/or box office smashes, but he’s never given a bad performance. And you gotta love a man who can play piano!

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