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High Plains Drifter Film DVD, Clint Eastwood western cowboy film

Posted on: Tuesday 29 October
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Selling Clint Eastwood's one critically acclaimed western film High Plains Drifter.


Who're you?" the dwarf Mordecai (Billy Curtis) asks Clint Eastwood's Stranger with the end of Eastwood's 1973 western Higher Plains Drifter. "You know," he replies, prior to vanishing into the desert warmth waves close to California's Mono Lake.

Adapting the amorally enigmatic and violent Gentleman Without having Title persona from his films with Sergio Leone, Eastwood's 2nd movie as director commences as his drifter emerges from that high temperature haze and rides to the odd lakefront settlement of Lago. Lago's residents are certainly not significantly pleasant, but once the Stranger demonstrates his competencies to be a gunfighter, they beg him to protect them versus a group of outlaws (led by Eastwood standard Geoffrey Lewis) which have a rating to settle with the city.

He agrees to train them in self-defense, but Mordecai and innkeeper's spouse Sarah Belding (Verna Bloom) soon suspect the Stranger has one more, a lot more personal agenda. Through the time the Stranger helps make the corrupt neighborhood paint their town red and re-name it "Hell," it is actually obvious that he's not just a further gunslinger. With its fragmented flashbacks and bizarre, austere spots, Significant Plains Drifter's stylistic eccentricity lends an air of unsettling eeriness to its revenge tale, adding an uncanny slant to Eastwood's antiheroic westerner.

Seminal western hero John Wayne was so offended by Eastwood's harshly revisionist perspective of the frontier city that he wrote to Eastwood, objecting this was not what the soul of your West was all about. Eastwood's audience, however, wasn't so place off, and an exhibitors' poll called Eastwood a leading box-office draw for 1973.

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