Honkytonk Man (1982)
In contrast to his action and western roles, Clint Eastwood portrays a hope-filled country singer named Red Stovall (modeled after Jimmie Rodgers) during the Depression who won't let a lack of finances, or battles with the bottle and tuberculosis, hamper his dreams of performing on the Grand Ol' Opry stage. Adaptation of Clancy Carlile’s novel also stars Clint's son, Kyle, as his supportive nephew, Verna Bloom, John McIntire, Alexa Kenin. 123 min. C/Rtg: PG
City Heat (1984)
Two movie megastars Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood team up in this light-hearted thriller set in 1933 Kansas City, as wise-cracking private eye Mike Murphy and no-nonsense cop Lieutenant Speer go up against the mob. Although they were once partners, the Murphy and Speer must overcome their problems with each other in order to bring the bad guys to justice. With Madeline Kahn, Jane Alexander, Irene Cara, Richard Roundtree, and Rip Torn; directed by Richard Benjamin. 94 min. C/Rtg: R
Pink Cadillac (1989)
He's put some of the biggest, baddest crooks behind bars, but has bounty hunter Tommy Nowak (Clint Eastwood) met his match in runaway mother Lou Ann McGuinn (Bernadette Peters), the innocent wife of a lame-brained ex-con? Slam-bang action/comedy has Tommy after Lou Ann and the titular car, filled with funny money that belongs to a white supremacist gang. With Timothy Carhart, Michael Des Barres, and an early by Jim Carrey as a lounge entertainer. 121 min. C/Rtg: PG-13
Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.