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Absolute Power (1997)

Clint Eastwood plays a thief who accidentally witnesses The President commit a crime. He goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a bottle of Miller Genuine Draft and is also spotted with Icehouse and Sharp’s neon. Mark Margolis also appears.

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May 31…Happy Beer-thday Clint Eastwood.

Check out Clint Eastwood’s beer scenes from 23 films including “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot”, “Play Misty for Me”, “Every Which Way But Loose”, “The Bridges of Madison County”, “Pink Cadillac”, “Magnum Force”, “Tight Rope”, “The Eiger Sanction”, “Bloodwork”, “Coogan’s Bluff” and “Gran Torino” to name a few.

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Rookie, The (1990)

Clint Eastwood is the veteran police officer and Charlie Sheen is the youngster in this unlikely cop buddy flick. There are all sorts of signs in the dark bar including Sol, Tecate, Michelob, Miller High Life & Lite, Budweiser and Coors.

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Bridges of Madison County, The (1995)

There are plenty of bottles of Rainier visible as bridge photographer Clint Eastwood woos the affections of housewife Meryl Streep. The love birds are also spotted canoodling with bottles of Schlitz under the glow of an Olympia neon sign at the bar which also features beautiful Blatz and Budweiser Clydesdales signs.

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Pink Cadillac (1989)

Clint Eastwood abbeers with bottles of Budweiser and bar room Coors, Miller High Life and Lite signage in this action comedy. There is also Coors Light and Bud stuff in the garbage pile. Bill McKinney, who was Ned Beatty’s worst nightmare in “Deliverance”, plays the bartender.

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Blood Work (2002)

There are 9 brands of brew on display in this one. Clint Eastwood is a retired FBI profiler who’s tracking serial killer Jeff Daniels who decorates his boat with wind chimes made from beer cans including Coors Light, Bud Ice and Miller High Life & Lite. There’s also Corona and Budweiser signage and stacks of Heineken cases at the liquor …

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Trouble with the Curve (2012)

Clint Eastwood is an aging baseball scout who’s career is in the 9th inning. He’s spotted with Schlitz, Bud Light, Miller High Life and 2 different Pabst signs. Justin Timberlake co-stars and is spotted with bottles of Heineken and Amstel. Amy Adams plays Clint’s daughter and is seen under a great Michelob Ultra neon sign.

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Space Cowboys (2000)

Legends Clint Eastwood, James Garner and Tommy Lee Jones are astronauts called back into duty to fix a faulty satellite and drink Miller Lite bottles. However, it’s Donald Sutherland who shines under a beautiful Lite ‘Rockets’ neon sign. He also drinks a Lone Star.

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Gauntlet, The (1977)

Clint Eastwood is a cop who must escort prostitute Sondara Locke to Phoenix to testify in a mob trial but the odds are against them. The only beer sighting with the one time real life couple is a background Olympia neon sign.

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Bronco Billy (1980)

‘Beers on Film All-Time Great’ Clint Eastwood delivers the goods again with multiple Olympia & Dos Equis bottles and other Oly signs. Former flame Sondra Locke and Scatman Crothers appear with brew and we also spot a beautiful Schlitz sign with the hook handed Bill McKinney who you may remember as the rapist hillbilly in “Deliverance”.

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Every Which Way But Loose (1978)

The legendary Clint Eastwood stars as Plilo Beddoe, a bare knuckle prize fighter who delivers some knockout beer placements in this fantastic post. There’s a rare Bohemia and Tuborg Gold sign, Coors cans bottles and signage, and Olympia Budweiser & Schlitz cans. The highlight though is Clint and regular cast mate Geoffrey Lewis going BTM (beer to mouth) with Olympia …

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Honkytonk Man (1982)

Clint Eastwood plays a Depression era country western singer from Oklahoma on his way for an audition at the Grand Ole Opry. We get a couple good looks at some incredibly rare Progress bottles and there’s also some background Budweiser.

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Any Which Way You Can (1980)

The great Clint Eastwood returns as Philo Beddoe in this bare knuckle prize fighting sequel. Frequent cast mates Geoffrey Lewis and Sondra Locke appear with cans and bottles of Olympia and a rare Olympia Gold. There’s plenty of Michelob and Budweiser and Clyde the orangutan is seen draining brews.

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Dead Pool, The (1988)

The great Clint Eastwood returns as Inspector Callahan for the fifth time in this final installment of the “Dirty Harry” franchise. There’s Corona and Guinness swag in the bar scene with Patricia Clarkson and a background bottle of St. Pauli Girl early on with a copy of the dead pool. The overdosed rock star is played by a young Jim …

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Million Dollar Baby (2004)

Clint Eastwood plays a salty boxing trainer who takes the gutsy Hilary Swank under his wing. There’s ringside Bud and Miller Lite signage and Clint goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a bottle of Genuine Draft.

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Tightrope (1984)

The great Clint Eastwood plays a New Orleans detective on the trail of a serial killer. Fortunately for us, this trail goes right through the Dixie brewery and we’re treated to a beautiful neon, mass cases & bottles, a work shirt and a sweatshirt. A Budweiser bottle is also observed.

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Heartbreak Ridge (1986)

Clint Eastwood plays a hard nosed Marine at odds with his superiors, his wife and his platoon which he leads into action in Grenada. Lot’s of brands on display here including Budweiser, Beck’s, Schlitz and Schaefer to name a few plus we get Clint going BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Tecate.

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Play Misty For Me (1971)

Clint Eastwood plays a disc jockey who’s being stalked by a kooky Jessica Walter in this thrilling drama. Green Heineken bottles are ample and we also get Clint with his more familiar Olympia in the early bar scene.

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Enforcer, The (1976)

The bullet ridden Olympia bottles are brought to you by The People’s Revolutionary Strikeforce…Power to the People. We also spot a couple Heineken ads while Inspector ‘Dirty Harry’ Callahan is shooting up the liquor store and what I believe to be a Budweiser floppy hat at the Giants game.

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Magnum Force (1973)

Clint Eastwood is back as Inspector ‘Dirty Harry’ Callahan and this time he’s busting up a ring of vigilante cops. Early on we get Clint with a can of Schlitz but then it’s all about the Olympia. There’s plenty of cans and Adele Yoshioka appears with a well displayed six pack.

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Sudden Impact (1983)

Beer legend Clint Eastwood is back as Inspector ‘Dirty Harry’ Callahan in this revenge tale that also features Sondra Locke. There’s plenty of great sightings including great BTM (beer to mouth) scenes with Budweiser, Michelob and Coors. We also spot a nice background Bud rodeo sign.

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Gran Torino (2008)

Clint Eastwood portrays a salty Korean vet with prejudices against his Hmong neighbors. Pabst Blue Ribbon cans and Tsingtao bottles are generous and glorious. Clint to goes BTM (beer to mouth) with both brands for another ‘Beers on Film’ Hall of Fame effort.

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Coogan’s Bluff (1968)

‘Beers on Film’ Hall of Famer Clint Eastwood does it again with another excellent post. This time he’s an Arizona lawman who heads to New York to escort a fugitive. There’s some beautiful Ballentine and Piels neon on display and we get what I believe are 2 types of Burgermeister cans displayed behind the bar.

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Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)

Clint Eastwood is a bank robber who gets his old gang of George Kennedy and Geoffrey Lewis back together for a brazen new heist. They pick up young Jeff Bridges and lots of Olympia along the way. Look for Catherine Bach, the original ‘Daisy Duke’, with a six pack.

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Eiger Sanction, The (1975)

Clint Eastwood and George Kennedy pick up the award for ‘Most Scenic Six Pack’ with an Olympia sixer atop the “Totem Pole” in Monument Valley. There are also a couple foreign mystery beers in the very beginning and near the end of this mountaineering adventure. Thanks to beverage expert Michael Waters for identifying the beer at the hotel as the …