Sure, you love Clint Eastwood, but can you handle 35 years, and 35 movies, worth of the Oscar-winning actor and director? You've got to ask yourself one question ... 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?
And yes, 'Dirty Harry' is among the classic Eastwood flicks included in the massive new DVD box set 'Clint Eastwood: 35 Films, 35 Years,' a Warner Bros. Home Video package that includes the actor and filmmaker's efforts from 1968's 'Where Eagles Dare' through his Golden Globe-nominated 2008 drama 'Gran Torino.'
The 19-disc collection actually includes 34 Eastwood films -- including 'Kelly's Heroes,' 'The Enforcer,' 'Every Which Way but Loose,' 'Sudden Impact,' 'Heartbreak Ridge,' 'Bird,' 'Unforgiven' 'Mystic River,' 'Million Dollar Baby' and 'Letters From Iwo Jima' -- with the 35th entry coming from film critic Richard Schickel's 'The Eastwood Factor,' a short bio of the actor's personal and professional lives. The box set also includes hours of extras like audio commentaries and making-of featurettes, as well as an excerpt of Schickel's book, 'Clint: A Retrospective,' and scores of photos and mementos, including a glimpse at Eastwood's studio correspondences.
The attractively-packaged collection is spilling over with Eastwoodness, in fact, and gave us a hankering for other DVD box sets that focus on one performer or filmmaker and make for great marathon viewing. After the jump, 10 of the best ...