Confederate bushwhackers are offered amnesty at the end of the war, and they all accept the Union's offer, except one (Clint).
With Ennio Morricone's warbling soundtrack behind him, Clint plays a loner searching for gold.
Intent on avenging the death of a friend (Morgan Freeman), Clint's Munny is his swan song to the genre.
Eastwood plays a mysterious gunslinger known as the Preacher who takes up the cause of a group of victimized miners.
This nihilistic Western tosses genre traditions out the window, with Eastwood as a character who one-ups the Man With No Name.
This much-heralded movie delivers a new vision of Eastwood as the scruffiest cowboy this side of Randolph Scott.
Eastwood plays a guy on the hunt for a killer with whom he'd once had a dark altercation. Another Sergio Leone classic.
When the noose tightens around your neck, it's pretty certain you'll be meeting your maker. Unless you're Eastwood.
This African Queen set on the frontier casts Eastwood as a mercenary whose mission gets hobbled by a nun (Shirley MacLaine).
When a bandito attacks one of his workers, the title character raids the village in search of revenge.