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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1996
For someone with a degree in rhetoric and communications, Clint Peay had a terrible time explaining why he spent much of the spring on the bubble of the U.S. men's Olympic soccer team.Peay started at left back for the U.S. under-23 against Argentina, one of the medal favorites, in Birmingham, Ala. He knew little but winning at Oakland Mills High in Columbia and the University of Virginia, but considering his shaky status of early spring, a part of Peay is simply relieved."I wasn't starting anymore, I wasn't really playing," Peay said of his Olympic status in March.
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By Cassandra Berube | December 3, 2012
Dexter and the Dark Passenger. They've been together for as long as we've known our charming serial killer, but in swoops Hannah, a girl he barely knows, and out goes the thinking that has balanced his entire life. It all started when the arsonist struck again; fifth time's the charm right? Dexter gets to thinking that the arson inspector looks a little fishier than he has a right to be. While he doesn't seem to share Dexter's cold eyes, he must have a strong stomach to smell the burnt bodies.
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By Lou Cedrone | December 6, 1990
* ''The Rookie'' Clint Eastwood is the older cop, and Charlie Sheen is his younger partner. Together, they take on members of a car-theft ring.
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February 9, 2012
I didn't see Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl commercial for Chrysler - after Madonna's grotesque halftime performance, I turned the game off. Yet I couldn't miss the Monday morning fallout ("Critics go gunning for Eastwood spot," Feb. 7). I don't consider his ad political - I consider it insulting to Americans who are not enjoying any "halftime. " It might have occurred to Mr. Eastwood and the Chrysler honchos they should have spent their advertising dollars and creative talent thanking U.S. taxpayers for the bailout.
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September 10, 2007
Let jazz show make your day Jazz bassist Kyle Eastwood, son of actor Clint Eastwood, will be performing at 8 p.m. at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis. Tickets are $24.50. For more information, call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadtavern.com.
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By Glenn C. Altschuler and Glenn C. Altschuler,Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2008
Liberty: A Novel of Lake Wobegon Garrison Keillor Viking / 257 pages / $25.95 Clint Bunsen lost his liberty when he was 23. "Good-looking, able to run up and down stairs two at a time, put away a 32-ounce porterhouse and baked potato and banana cream pie and go to sleep with no regrets," he planned to enroll at St. Joseph School of Art in Santa Barbara after he mustered out of the Navy. But he drove to Minnesota to say so long to his mom and dad, married the high school sweetheart he planned to leave behind and took over the family's used-car repair business.
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January 19, 2007
THE QUESTION This week actor/director Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima won a Golden Globe for best foreign language film. What are your favorite Eastwood films? Please send your thoughts in a brief note with your name, city and daytime phone number (and Such a Critic in the memo field) to arts@baltsun.com. We will publish the best answers we receive.
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By M. Dion Thompson and M. Dion Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1996
Clint loves Annie, and everybody in Pigtown knows it. All you have to do is read the sign on the wall at Ostend Street and Washington Boulevard."ANNIE"One Year To Always Remember"Two Hearts Forever In Love"HAPPY ANNIVERSARY"Love, Clint.""I'd say at least one person a day is standing out there reading that sign," says Rick Walls, whose business shares the wall with the love note.In a time when half of all marriages end in divorce, the sign is a simple declaration of one man's love for his wife.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Film Critic | November 10, 1992
Clint and his droogs are a sorry lot, almost as if they'd been imagined by Gus Van Sant in collaboration with Anthony Burgess. The scene is West London, the time is now, the motif is petty crime and dope dealing, and the overall moral imperative is: Get by any way you can.This pretty much amounts to lives lived without either fear or awareness of consequences, as documented in squalid, almost clinical, focus by Hanif Kureishi in "London Kills Me," which...
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | May 6, 1992
Some dogs and their owners are exceptionally content together.Take Clint Tucker and his Pug, Billy Boy. It's enough just to see the two together. First there is the satisfied look on Mr. Tucker's face when he is holding his Pug. And, there is the haughty and positive look his Pug bestows on the world from the comfort of his owner's arms.Mr. Tucker says it was meant to be.''My wife, Lee Ann, and I were at the National Pug Specialty in Allentown, Pa., about seven months ago showing our other Pug. And Billy Boy was for sale by his breeder.
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October 6, 2010
Clint Bowyer and Richard Childress Racing lost their final appeal Tuesday on the penalties, including a 150-point deduction, they received following their victory in the Chase opener at New Hampshire. NASCAR had voted 3-0 against RCR's initial appeal last week. Team owner Richard Childress insisted he had proof Bowyer's car was out of tolerance because of a push from a wrecker after running out of gas following the victory burnout. But that proved pointless. "After reviewing all the data, presentation and factors involved, I am ruling NASCAR was correct in its decision to levy penalties," said John Middlebrook, the National Stock Car Racing chief appellate officer who presided over the hearing.
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September 24, 2010
NASCAR fails Bowyer George Diaz Orlando Sentinel Clint Bowyer got hosed. Big-time. He has no chance of winning NASCAR's top prize. The Chase for the championship now has a big ol' asterisk next to it, courtesy of revisionist history. NASCAR officials gave the "all clear" following postrace inspections in New Hampshire but then said, "wait a minute, we changed our minds" three days later. Nobody is suggesting anything devious, but at the very least, there are competency issues on NASCAR's end. Richard Childress Racing already had been put on notice in the previous race at Richmond, so why try to game the system if his team already was precariously close to failing inspection?
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By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 18, 2010
Clint Bowyer will peek into his rearview mirror for the next few weeks, cautious of the rumble coming his way. Mark Martin is on his bumper, only 35 points behind and trying to clinch a berth in the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Only three races remain before the 12-driver field is set, with the last stop Sept. 11 at Richmond. Martin dropped in the standings after finishing 28th on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway, losing the 12th position to Bowyer.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | November 8, 2008
There's a mixed bag of movies today, with no real standouts, but a bunch of enticing contenders. In Hang 'Em High (1 p.m., AMC), Clint Eastwood is the victim of a near-lynching who dedicates himself to bringing justice to his Old West town ... and maybe exacting a little legal revenge while he's at it. Inger Stevens, Pat Hingle, Ed Begley, Ben Johnson and Dennis Hopper also star in a film that may not be on a par with the spaghetti Westerns Eastwood made...
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | October 31, 2008
It's only appropriate that Changeling is being released on Halloween, for the real-life story on which it is based is as horrific as they come. Unfortunately, director Clint Eastwood can't move past his shock and incredulity over events that made a mockery of every value he seems to hold dear - honesty, justice, honor, conviction - and search for something deeper. The result is a film that plays like a creaking melodrama, with good guys and bad guys and precious little in between. In 1928, after her young son, Walter, was discovered missing from their Los Angeles home, Christine Collins went to the police.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | September 27, 2008
It's all Clint (almost) all day, as AMC brings viewers nearly 10 straight hours of the guy with the most bankable squint in Hollywood, in the role that proved he wasn't just a cowboy anymore. As San Francisco cop Harry Callahan, Clint took guff from no one, least of all some bad guys screaming about their rights. The Clintfest kicks off at 3:30 p.m. with Don Siegel's 1971 Dirty Harry, where Eastwood gets to play the archetypal vigilante cop, daring bad guys to take a chance on how many rounds he has left in his gun. A trio of muy macho sequels follows: Ted Post's 1973 Magnum Force at 5:30 p.m., James Fargo's 1976 The Enforcer at 8 and Eastwood directing himself in 1983's Sudden Impact (which was also the last film he would make with girlfriend Sondra Locke, who would later file a palimony suit against him)
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By Kenneth Turan and Kenneth Turan,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 27, 1996
HOLLYWOOD -- Although winning best director and best picture Oscars (as he did for 1992's "Unforgiven") would qualify as the pinnacle of most people's careers, in Clint Eastwood's case Academy Awards have proved to be only launching pads to enough honors to embarrass a Roman senator, let alone the laconic Man With No Name.On Thursday night, at a black-tie event to be telecast by ABC in the spring, Mr. Eastwood will become the 24th winner of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | September 27, 2008
It's all Clint (almost) all day, as AMC brings viewers nearly 10 straight hours of the guy with the most bankable squint in Hollywood, in the role that proved he wasn't just a cowboy anymore. As San Francisco cop Harry Callahan, Clint took guff from no one, least of all some bad guys screaming about their rights. The Clintfest kicks off at 3:30 p.m. with Don Siegel's 1971 Dirty Harry, where Eastwood gets to play the archetypal vigilante cop, daring bad guys to take a chance on how many rounds he has left in his gun. A trio of muy macho sequels follows: Ted Post's 1973 Magnum Force at 5:30 p.m., James Fargo's 1976 The Enforcer at 8 and Eastwood directing himself in 1983's Sudden Impact (which was also the last film he would make with girlfriend Sondra Locke, who would later file a palimony suit against him)
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By Glenn C. Altschuler and Glenn C. Altschuler,Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2008
Liberty: A Novel of Lake Wobegon Garrison Keillor Viking / 257 pages / $25.95 Clint Bunsen lost his liberty when he was 23. "Good-looking, able to run up and down stairs two at a time, put away a 32-ounce porterhouse and baked potato and banana cream pie and go to sleep with no regrets," he planned to enroll at St. Joseph School of Art in Santa Barbara after he mustered out of the Navy. But he drove to Minnesota to say so long to his mom and dad, married the high school sweetheart he planned to leave behind and took over the family's used-car repair business.
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September 10, 2007
Let jazz show make your day Jazz bassist Kyle Eastwood, son of actor Clint Eastwood, will be performing at 8 p.m. at Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St., Annapolis. Tickets are $24.50. For more information, call 410-268-4545 or go to ramsheadtavern.com.
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