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Showdown on Aarti: What do Clint Eastwood and Conan the Barbarian films have in common?  Cinema news

Showdown on Aarti: What do Clint Eastwood and Conan the Barbarian films have in common? Cinema news

Airing this evening on Artie, ‘Trial of Power’, Clint Eastwood’s sixth film and starring, is a highly original poster, produced by one of America’s most influential science fiction and fantasy artists.

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Released with Us in 1978, The Trial of Force, by and with Clint Eastwood, who found his muse at the time, the late Sondra Locke, airs tonight on Arte. Jaw narrower than ever, Clint here embodies a policeman, Ben Shockley, responsible for transporting the suspect from Las Vegas to Phoenix. He is already aware that the suspect is a woman, we are trying to eliminate him at all costs.

Below is a trailer for the movie…

Made after the extraordinary (and masterpiece) Josie Wells, Outlaw, confrontation It is Clint Eastwood’s sixth film. If not necessarily the best movie – far from it – on the production side, it remains a very good movie, blending action and humour, with that masculine side of the character that Clint has always assumed.

The film was also the fruit of a collaboration that is still popular. Eastwood brought in legendary illustrator Frank Frazetta in 1977 to create a poster for his movie. Regarded as one of the most influential American artists of science fiction and fantasy, we owe him his most famous illustrations of Tarzan, John Carter and especially Conan the Barbarian; Characters with bulging or bloated muscles always.

Here is the movie poster:

Frazetta will tell: He took one of his favorite drawings saying, ‘I want it to look like this! “ It was in this case a very popular cartoon called The Dark Kingdom. “I don’t want it to look like this, but I do want that approach. Your approach.”

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Here is the “Dark Kingdom” below:

So Eastwood and Sondra Locke went to Frazetta, to strike a pose and to be immortalized by the master. The director paid more than $20,000 to purchase the original drawing, plus the copyright.