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Clint Eastwood movie Memorabilia Limited Edition

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This Clint Eastwood movie memorabilia item is a Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia its 1 of 500. Clint is arguably the most respected guy in Hollywood GOD bless him!

Signed By: Clint Eastwood
Product SKU: Dirty Harry-164
Dimensions: 1000mm x 700mm
Limited Edition: 1 of 500.
Certificate of Authenticity: YES
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Product Description

This Clint Eastwood movie item is a Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia its 1 of 500. As displayed item comes with a signed photo surrounding action shots from movie Dirty Harry. This range are not personally signed they are numbered reprints. This collector's item is superbly box framed with bullets, in solid timber with gold trim and beautifully presented in a double matte and will take pride of place in any collection. Actor, director, producer. Born Clinton Eastwood, Jr., on May 31, 1930, to Clinton, Sr. and Ruth Eastwood. In 1964, he went to Italy to star in a trio of westerns directed by Sergio Leone. The role Eastwood took—the cool, laconic "Man with No Name"—had been turned down by James Coburn and Charles Bronson. The films included A Fistful Of Dollars (1964) (a remake of the classic Yojimbo), For a Few Dollars More (1965), and The Good the Bad and the Ugly (1966). Nicknamed "spaghetti westerns" due to their Italian production, these films gained worldwide popularity and Eastwood became internationally known. Back in the United States, he directed his first film, the thriller Play Misty For Me (1971), and starred in the leading role. His next important project was a series of violent action movies portraying Harry Callahan, a contentious San Francisco cop. The Dirty Harry series proved immensely popular with the public and included five films over a period of seventeen years, including Dirty Harry (1971), Magnum Force (1973), The Enforcer (1976), Sudden Impact (1983), and The Dead Pool (1988). Grab your piece of history today.