Clint Eastwood 40 Film Collection DVD

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BLURAY/DVD RELEASE DATE : June 4th, 2013 : Click HERE To Buy

Clint Eastwood’s illustrious motion picture career has spanned more than half a century and touched generations of filmgoers. The filmmaker/actor has received five Academy Awards®[1]and his films have grossed more than $2 billion at the domestic box office. This year marks the 38th anniversary of the relationship between Warner Bros., Clint Eastwood and Malpaso Productions, which has culminated in more than 40 films made for the studio. Now, in honor of Warner’s year-long 90th anniversary celebration, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release two new Eastwood Collections, just in time for Father’s Day gift-giving. The Clint Eastwood 40 Film Collection (DVD) and the Clint Eastwood 20 Film Collection (Blu-ray™) will debut June 4, 2013, respectively priced at $179.98 SRP and $129.95 SRP.

In addition to his most recent film, Trouble with the Curve, each collection will include “Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story,” produced by Richard Schickel. This unprecedented new film focuses on Eastwood’s directorial style as seen through the eyes of many of his producing partners and actors. It explores how Eastwood’s style is unique and illustrates why he has managed to be successful for more than four decades. The major talent participating includes Martin Scorsese, Meryl Streep, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman and many others and the insights that emerge are nothing short of extraordinary. “Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story” will be making its television debut on TCM in May.

A complete list of Eastwood titles appears below.

Eastwood’s relationship with Warner Bros. began in 1975 with the signing of a long-term pact, and Eastwood’s Malpaso Productions moved onto the studio’s storied lot. Among the many awards the actor/filmmaker has received for his work are four Oscars® and 10 nominations[2], including Best Picture and Best Director Academy Award® wins for Unforgiven (1993) and Million Dollar Baby (2005) both of which were made at Warner Bros. Eastwood has also received five Golden Globes®, countless critics association accolades and Lifetime Achievement awards from, among others, the Directors Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild, the American Film Institute and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Cecil B. DeMille Award). In addition, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented him with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. Recently, Eastwood was made a commander in the prestigious French Legion of Honor (Légion d’honneur), cited for his “body of work, his longevity and his ability to delight audiences around the globe.”

Early in his career, Eastwood starred as the “Man with No Name” in A Fistful of Dollars, his first “spaghetti western,” which was a box office success and drew attention to the young actor. Additional roles followed, including the role of Harry Callahan in five “Dirty Harry” films, beginning in 1971. That same year, he made his directorial debut with Play Misty for Me. Other noted Eastwood films include the Charlie Parker biography Bird; The Bridges of Madison County; In the Line of Fire; Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil; White Hunter, Black Heart; Absolute Power; Space Cowboys; Mystic River; Flags of Our Fathers; Letters from Iwo Jima; Gran Torino; and Invictus, starring Oscar® winners Morgan Freeman[3] and Matt Damon[4] in the inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with Francois Pienaar, captain of South Africa’s rugby team, to help unite their country.

Film Titles for Clint Eastwood 40 Film Collection

1.      A Perfect World
2.      Absolute Power
3.      Any Which Way You Can
4.      Bird
5.      Blood Work
6.      Bronco Billy
7.      City Heat
8.      Dirty Harry
9.      Every Which Way But Loose
10.     Firefox
11.     Gran Torino
12.     Heartbreak Ridge
13.     Hereafter
14.     Honkytonk Man
15.     Invictus
16.     J. Edgar
17.     Kelly’s Heroes
18.     Letters from Iwo Jima
19.     Magnum Force
20.     Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
21.     Million Dollar Baby
22.     Mystic River
23.     Pale Rider
24.     Pink Cadillac
25.     Space Cowboys
26.     Sudden Impact
27.     The Bridges of Madison County
28.     The Dead Pool
29.     The Enforcer
30.     The Gauntlet
31.     The Outlaw Josey Wales
32.     The Rookie
33.     Tightrope
34.     Trouble with the Curve
35.     True Crime
36.     Unforgiven
37.     Where Eagles Dare
38.     White Hunter Black Heart
39.     Eastwood Factor Documentary
40.     Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story Documentary – NEW!

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  • Ted Moses


  • William B.

    Always liked the Dirty Harry character so I’ll say The Enforcer.

  • js2222

    Space Cowboys

  • Sylvo2121

    Pale Rider.. though all of them are so excellent. Great promotion! Thanks!!

  • Beth Mack

    Million Dollar Baby

  • Travis

    There are a lot of great movies on that list.

  • bill norris

    a lot of my fave flics in there….what no talking to an empty chair….well the rest is awesome

  • fgyn


  • JKrabbie

    Clint Eastwood is one of my favorite actors and directors. I have had several favorite Eastwood films, including Dirty Harry, High Plains Drifter and The Outlaw Joey Wales, my current favorite Eastwood film is Unforgiven. It’s simply not just one of the best westerns, but one of the best films of all time.

  • at00

    My favorite Clint Eastwood film is Heartbreak Ridge. Pale Rider is a close second.

  • Stan Philippon

    My husband – big Clint Eastwood fan. Would love to win it for him.. Deb

  • Andrea Amy

    My husband would love this. Some of his favourite movies are included in this collection like Unforgiven and The Dead Pool :)

  • InfiniteMidnight

    Lots of good ones but I’d say “Gran Torino” is my fave.

  • Mr. Phil

    The good, the bad, and the ugly!

  • Pac

    I like Absolute Power.

  • JDB728

    My favorite Clint Eastwood film is Where Eagles Dare.

  • godan2

    the good the bad the ugly

  • Debbie Bashford

    I like all his films , but I think my favourite one that he acts in is Gran Torino

  • kw

    High Plains Drifter

  • GMan

    Clint has been in lots of classics but my favorite one is Dirty Harry.

  • MountainCat

    I’ve got a soft spot for Bridges of Madison County, which I liked better than the book, but Unforgiven is my all-time fave!

  • bn100

    would like to watch all his movies

    • bn100

      Million Dollar Baby

  • Joshua Prater

    High Plains Drifter

  • David King

    would be an awesome collection to have

  • Evan

    My fave Clint Eastwood title is Any Which Way You Can. Thank you so much!

  • Cassanova

    Go ahead…Make my day with this timeless collection of Clint Eastwood films. It would enrich my library in more ways than one.

  • Kramer

    WOW, To pick just one favorite movie from a classic, actor, director, producer, and film maker is not easy, but I do like Gran Torino when he sticks up for the Asian family, and then tells the Asian gang members, Get off my Lawn ( reply ) you don’t want to mess with me old man.Clint in his Classic Bad Ass way tells them I will blow your head off, and go inside, and sleep like a baby.I use to stack piles of you gooks as sandbags in Korea.I know I’m not exact with my wording, and mean no disrespect to anyone.It was just one of so many of the Classic lines Clint Delivered in his Classic manner with his grinding teeth, and grin.You got to love him.Thanks Clint for all of your great movies, and you are still knocking them out of the park with your new movies.Clint is an all time Hollywood Icon from the get go.I can’t wait to see his next movie. It would be an Honor to own that collection.I have quite a few on VHS, but DVD sounds great to me.

  • bmwman1a

    Clint Eastwood No need to say anything best action and western actor that ever lived……..

  • Gerard Kennelly

    the eastwood movies i wanna watch again..

    Blood Work



    J. Edgar

    Letters from Iwo Jima

    Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

    The Gauntlet

    The Rookie


    Trouble with the Curve

    True Crime

    Where Eagles Dare

    White Hunter Black Heart
    Bronco Billy
    City Heat
    Honkytonk Man

  • Gerard Kennelly

    my fave clint eastwood movie is BLOOD WORK