Actor | Producer | Director
In 1951 and 1952, he was a lifeguard and projectionist of training films for the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Ord in Marina, California. According to former buddy Don Loomis, as told in "Clint: The Life and Legend" by Patrick McGilligan, page 49, ...
[on surviving a plane crash in the early 1950s] They had one plane, a Douglas AD, sort of a torpedo bomber of the World War II vintage, and I thought I'd hitch on that. Everything went wrong. Radios went out. Oxygen ran out. And finally we ran out ...
Actors in his films usually underplay and get emotion across in subtle ways
Clinton Eastwood Jr.
San Francisco, California, USA
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