Original Clint Eastwood Vintage Movie Posters
Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of vintage original Clint Eastwood movie posters from his catalog of acclaimed cinematic performances.
Clinton Eastwood Jr., born May 31st, 1930, is an iconic American filmmaker. After gaining popularity from Rawhide - a western TV series - he won international fame with his role “Man with No Name” in the Dollars Trilogy of Spaghetti Westerns. Then from the 1970s to the 1980s, he cemented his name in the Hollywood industry with roles such as the antihero cop, Harry Callahan, in Dirty Harry.
He won Best Director and Best Picture Academy Awards for the western film Unforgiven, and in 2004, he was a Best Actor Oscar-nominee for his film Million Dollar Baby. Every Which Way but Loose, an adventure comedy film, is believed to be Eastwood’s biggest commercial win.
In 1966, his work in the aforementioned The Good, the Bad and the Ugly received wide acclaim for its close-up cinematography, long shots and stylish gunfights. After, Eastwood made A Fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More to complete the Dollars Trilogy. The Dollars Trilogy is regarded as the most influential and biggest western film series of all time.
Our Clint Eastwood vintage original movie poster collection features the one sheet for Pale Rider with gritty artwork by C. Michael Dudash. Another stand-out is the For a Few Dollars More film poster from the Italian release, designed by Averardo Ciriello.
Other notable posters featured include the action-packed U.S. one sheet for Where Eagles Dare with artwork by Frank McCarthy, a poster with a strong heroic image for The Gauntlet from artist Frank Frazetta, and the French poster for Joe Kidd designed by Jean Mascii.