Hollywood's Leading Men Who Defined The Art Of Cool

Icons | July 24, 2018

A Shirtless Clint Eastwood Doing the Manly Thing - Working on his Car

You’d be hard pressed to find a more prolific actor than Clint Eastwood. During the early 1960s, he was successful as a star on the TV series, “Rawhide”, before moving into films, starting with spaghetti Westerns. He appeared in all five “Dirty Harry” films which helped to cement his image as a symbol of masculinity. Eastwood’s list of movies covers the gamut of genres from Westerns with “Unforgiven” and “Pale Rider” to comedies with “Every Which Way You Can” to war flicks like “Kelly’s Heroes” and “Where Eagles Dare” and thrillers like “Play Misty For Me.” 

Tags: Hollywood | Movies In The 1960s | TV In The 1960s | Vintage Photo Galleries

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Terry Claypoole


Terry is a lover of the beach, history, politics and has a passion for social media and technology. In her spare time, you can find her at the beach (of course) enjoying the sand and sun and listening to music from the groovy era.