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Dirty Harry One of Clint Eastwoods defining roles, which along with his Man With No Name character, turned him into a cinematic legend. Harrys a no nonsense cop on the trail of a serial killer terrorising San Francisco, using extreme measures and his huge hand gun Harry uses any means necessary to track down the killer. Andrew Robinson nearly steals the film from Clint as the psycho killer, who begins to play a cat and mouse game with Harry. Also features one of Lalo Schiffrins best scores, a great bombastic soundtrack that's as cool as Clint.
Harry takes on a group of renegade cops who are going beyond the law and dealing out their own justice, executing criminals in the street and killing anyone who gets in their way.
Harry gets a female partner to work with, a move which upsets him even more then usual. Together they hunt for a group of terrorists that are blackmailing the City of San Francisco for two million dollars.
Harry upsets the press and the mayor in his usual style, as a punishment he gets sent off to a small town to look into a possible connection to a serial killer at work in San Francisco. Contains the immortal line " Go ahead, make my day".
The Dead Pool
Harry gets involved with an illegal betting scheme, a list of celebrities names is being circulated and bets are being taken on who will be the first to die. As people being to get killed Harry investigates and finds his own name appears on the list.