Warner Bros brings the Clint Eastwood: A Cinematic Legacy exhibit to Dallas
There are few people that have had the prolific career and span as Clint Eastwood. The man has been in front of the camera and behind the camera for as long as I can remember from his turn as Rowdy Yates in the series Rawhide that ran for eight seasons from 1959-1965. That alone is an accomplishment for any actor, but he segued into a feature film career with numerous hits including his iconic role as Dirty Harry in five films, his much loved action comedy series Every Which Way But Loose and its sequel, iconic westerns and so much more.
Once again this is an even bigger feat for any actor, but then he transitioned into a director as well and has since become one of the biggest filmmakers of all time as well. He has won 13 Academy Awards, 8 Golden Globes and more that even further shows he is a master of filmmaking all around. Now celebrating his 50 years with Warner Bros they have brought a great exhibit to Dallas, Tx. For fans to take the walk down memory lane.
This awesome exhibit features movie posters, props, costumes and more that you can walk through and look at up close. We had the honor of attending the press preview night that offered up great food and drinks from the Hawthorne Resturaunt and first look at the exhibit itself. There is a lot to see, read and enjoy, but for me the biggest highlights were the actual Gran Tarino from the film of the same name and the iconic badge and 44 Magnum from Dirty Harry.
Big props to warner Bros and the PR people that put this fun event
together and pulled out all the stops to make it not only a great time but an event worthy of this icons legacy. Before you get upset that you missed out have no fear as the exhibit is open to the public from October 6th to November 28th at the AT&T Global Showcase Headquarters at 208 S. Akard St., Dallas, Tx. 75202.
In addition to this exhibit the celebration continues with Warner Bros releasing a nine-episode docuseries, an HBO Max spotlight page, focusing on his 50-year association with Warner Bros., as well as a theatrical re-release of select Eastwood films, and Clint Eastwood programming on Turner Classic Movies (TCM).
Don’t miss out the Clint Eastwood: A Cinematic Legacy from October 6 until November 29 at the AT&T Global Headquarters Showcase located at 208 S. Akard St, Dallas, TX 75202.
If you can't make it or just want a sneak peak you can check out photos from the exhibit here below.