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Newsmax TV Takes Inside Look at Clint Eastwood's 'Steel Gaze'

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He started as a bit player in horror films, became the king of Spaghetti Westerns, played "Dirty Harry," and went on to win Oscars as one of Hollywood's leading directors. But who is Clint Eastwood?

Newsmax TV answers that question with "Steel Gaze," an unauthorized look into the private world of the man who has uttered some of the most famous lines in movie history, including: "Go ahead, make my day!"

"Steel Gaze" airs Sunday, July 16 5 p.m./ET exclusively on Newsmax TV, one of America's fastest growing cable networks.

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For years, Eastwood has riveted moviegoers around the world with his steely gaze, enigmatic presence, and tough-guy attitude.

"Steel Gaze" delves into the man behind the tight-lipped mask — with a look at some of Eastwood's most famous and most obscure movies as an actor and director.

His huge body of work has won him the respect of peers and fans alike, culminating in the Lifetime Achievement Award he received at the Oscars in 1996.

As a young actor, he broke into the business in 1955 in films like "Revenge of the Creature" and "Tarantula," and went onto star as Rowdy Yates in the hit TV Western, "Rawhide."

But Eastwood's career exploded worldwide in the 60s when he appeared in a series of features about the American West, filmed in Italy and called "Spaghetti Westerns." Among them: "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" and "A Fistful of Dollars."

Eastwood made the switch to action films in the eighties, playing "Dirty Harry" Callahan, a tough-as-nails cop in films like "Dirty Harry," "Magnum Force" and "The Enforcer." And who will ever forget his famous teasing line to one dirtbag: "This is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?"

His directorial efforts were just as successful: "Mystic River," "Unforgiven," "Space Cowboys," "Million Dollar Baby," "Flags of Our Fathers," "Letters from Iwo Jima" and most recently, "American Sniper."

Eastwood, who has won four Academy Awards, is also an accomplished pilot, a keen golfer, tireless booster of charities, and in grand Hollywood tradition, the father of seven children by five women.

With a career spanning sixty years, Eastwood is endlessly fascinating and "Steel Gaze" is a must see for not only his fans, but those interested in a great American success story.

"Steel Gaze" adds to the diverse programming featured on Newsmax TV, America's fast-growing news and information channel, carried in more than 40 million U.S. satellite and cable homes.

With compelling original shows such as "Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson," "The JD Hayworth Show," "Newsmax Now," "America Talks Live," "The Wayne Allyn Root Show," "The Brett Winterble Show," "The Howie Carr Show," "The Joe Pags Show," and "The Schnitt Show," Newsmax TV has become the nation's must-watch news, lifestyle and information channel.

Watch Newsmax TV — DirecTV 349, U-verse 1220, FiOS 615, YouTube Livestream, Newsmax TV App from any smartphone, NewsmaxTV.com, Roku, Amazon Fire — More Systems Here

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