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Eastwood, Clint

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEastwood, ClintClint EastwoodEast‧wood, Clint /ˈiːstwʊd, klɪnt/  (1930–) a US actor and film director famous for appearing in westerns (=films about the American west in the 19th century) such as A Fistful of Dollars (1964), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), and Unforgiven (1992), and as a modern city police officer in films such as Dirty Harry (1971) and Sudden Impact (1983). He usually appears as a character who does not say much but is very brave and kills a lot of unpleasant people. The police officer, called Harry Callaghan, is famous for saying to criminals, ‘Go ahead, make my day!’ Eastwood has also directed many films, and he has won Oscars for Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby (2004).
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