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‘Everyone Begged Me Not to Make That Movie’: Clint Eastwood Even Ignored His Agent and Ended Up Starring in the Biggest Hit of His Career

‘Everyone Begged Me Not to Make That Movie’: Clint Eastwood Even Ignored His Agent and Ended Up Starring in the Biggest Hit of His Career


It was in 1978 that Eastwood starred in ‘Crazy to Fight…Crazy to Love’, a very memorable film because he shared many scenes with an orangutan: “They said to me: you’re not like that, and I said: well, what am I?




The name of Clint Eastwood is associated with unforgettable titles such as ‘Three men in conflict‘, ‘Relentless stalker‘ AND ‘the Unforgiven‘, but over the years it has also appeared in other titles which, for one reason or another, are less well known today. Among them there is one that shines with its own light, because everyone asked Eastwood not to participate, and in the end he was the one who had the last laugh.

It was in 1978 that Eastwood starred in ‘Crazy to fight… Crazy to love‘, a truly remarkable film because it shared many scenes with an orangutan. The author of ‘The Madison Bridges‘ he recalled in an interview with The Guardian that no one in his immediate environment trusted the film, but he saw it differently:

“I’ve made some strange decisions over the years. My agent and everyone else begged me not to do that movie. It was after ‘Dirty Harry,’ and I’d done a lot of action and adventure movies, and I they said, ‘You’re not like that,’ and I said, ‘Well, what I am, I don’t know.’ For me, it was about reaching a younger generation, making a film that children could watch in the film: a strange boy tells his problems to an orangutan and loses his girlfriend. Everything was a little off center.

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