Cool Clint Eastwood Wall Murals
Perfect for the Clint Eastwood fan, celebrate this movie icon with this choice of Clint Eastwood wall murals.
Clint Eastwood: The Man With No Name
After establishing himself as an actor in the television show Rawhide, Clint Eastwood went on to star in three memorable Spaghetti Westerns of the 1960s, A Fistful of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Starring as the Man With No Name, he was also known as Joe, Manco and Blondie respectively, depicting one of the coolest gunslingers with a gangster attitude.
Four of the Clint Eastwood wall murals collected here celebrate this Western icon, and would make a magnificent collectible for fans of this movie series.
About These Wall Murals
Each of these Clint Eastwood wall murals measure 4' x 6' (or vice-versa). They are laminated allowing for protection from staining, as well as easy cleaning.
The murals come with hanging strips for ease of installation. These can be removed at any time and will not harm painted surfaces. They are not recommended for use on wallpaper.
Always hang on a smooth, clean surface and try to have two people present for effortless installation. All murals come with detailed instructions for hanging.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Possibly the Best Movie Theme...Ever!
Clint Eastwood is Harry Callahan
During the 1970s, Eastwood starred in another movie series as the no-nonsense police detective 'Dirty' Harry Callahan.
Callahan often crossed the line between law enforcer and vigilante, preferring to blow the criminal away rather than arrest him. His methods often brought him into conflict with his superiors, resulting in regular suspensions, demotions and transfers.
Harry had no qualms about his actions though. His mindset was that his methods protected the innocent from violent crimes, while beaurocrats debated law enforcement and the criminals remained at large.
His weapon of choice was the Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum revolver, as depicted in the wall mural below. Like Clint Eastwood's character and his oft recited quotes, the gun became icionic and highly popular at the time in the US.
The Wisdom of Dirty Harry
Clint Eastwood as Inspector Harry Callahan
Why A Wall Mural?
Given the choice between a photo, poster or wall mural of my favourite celebrity, I would choose the wall mural every time.
When you think about it, a photo or poster will more than likely age badly over time. Rips, tears and staining are common among this type of media, while a protected wall mural can last a lifetime.
Even more than this, a wall mural makes a striking addition to your home decor, whether it is of a celebrity or another subject. They simply stand out and will create a focal point in any room in your house or apartment.
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