Amazon is running another sale on an item we featured back in December: Clint Eastwood: 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros.

I have been a huge Clint Eastwood fan — but those Spaghetti Westerns are part of this package. Note also that set is remastered DVDs — not BluRay.

Still, at $63 bucks (list is $180), this is a whole lotta Clint for not a lot of money. I know quite a few people who would love this.

Full list of 35 films after the jump.

1. Where Eagles Dare, 1968
2. Kelly’s Heroes, 1970
3. Dirty Harry, 1971
4. Magnum Force, 1973
5. The Enforcer, 1975
6. The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976
7. The Gauntlet, 1977
8. Every Which Way but Loose 1978
9. Bronco Billy, 1980
10. Any Which Way You Can, 1980
11. Honkytonk Man, 1982
12. Firefox 1982
13. Sudden Impact 1983
14. City Heat 1984
15. Tightrope, 1984
16. Pale Rider 1985
17. Heartbreak Ridge, 1986
18. Bird, 1988
19. The Dead Pool, 1988
20. Pink Cadillac, 1989
21. White Hunter, Black Heart, 1990
22. The Rookie 1990
23. Unforgiven 1992
24. A Perfect World, 1993
25. The Bridges of Madison County 1995
26. Absolute Power, 1997
27. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, 1997
28. True Crime, 1999
29. Space Cowboys, 2000
30. Blood Work, 2002
31. Mystic River, 2003
32. Million Dollar Baby, 2004
33. Letters from Iwo Jima, 2006
34. Gran Torino, 2008
35. Invictus

plus The Eastwood Factor (2009 documentary).

Category: Film, Weekend

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous.

8 Responses to “Clint Eastwood: 35 Years, 35 Films, 64 Bucks”

  1. dsucher says:

    Why do you buy DVDs?
    Or very many, such as a whole Eastwoord collection?

    Between streaming Netflix and rental stores, why bother buying?

    Just curious.

  2. gloppie says:

    I’m with dsucher, I am curious as to why buying DVDs (or Art in general) is still so much more prevalent than just experiencing it. Life is a journey damnit!

  3. constantnormal says:

    @dsucher …

    … this is the same question as “why buy books while libraries exist?” …

    … and there are many answers to that question … most of them having something to do with convenience or lack of confidence that the library will be open or have it in stock when I want it …

    Do you really think that rental places have a God-given right to the content, or that the content owners will not eventually crank up the cost of licensing it?

  4. deanscamaro says:

    Barry, I have had the set since Christmas, as a gift from my wife. When everyone has left on errands, etc., I sit down in front of the flat screen, pick one and enjoy him again (the family doesn’t always like my choice of movies). He is a full range actor.

  5. Hari Seldon says:

    I think you meant to write, “but those Spaghetti Westerns are NOT part of this package.”

  6. boveri says:

    A great collection for the money. Would have been nice if the package also included Sergio Leone’s epic movie, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, one of the greatest and unique of all Westerns.

  7. bear_in_mind says:

    Hey Barry,

    Thanks for the tip! Unlike some of the crowd, I MUCH prefer owning physical media as almost without exception, the image and audio quality are superior. Furthermore, I lend / trade collections with friends which ensures we all get our money’s worth. Cheers!

  8. bear_in_mind says:

    BTW: I am holding out (hope against hope) for a transfer of these magnificent pieces of cinema to Blu-Ray. I know… may never, ever happen, but what the hey!