Spotlight on Sideshow’s Clint Eastwood Legacy Collection

Learn More About Clint Eastwood’s First Officially Licensed Collectible Figures

Earlier this year, Sideshow unveiled our first look at a highly anticipated new Signature Series of collectibles with Clint Eastwood.

With a pedigree of over 30 years creating high end pop culture-inspired art, and with long established partnerships with Marvel, DC Comics, Star Wars™, and a wealth of classic movie licenses, we are honored to create the very first officially licensed Clint Eastwood figures. This incredible creative collaboration was not something we took lightly. Sideshow Creative Director Tom Gilliland explained:

Clint Eastwood is a cinematic legend. As an actor, he has portrayed some of the most iconic characters ever to be filmed. It has been a career high during my many decades in the collectibles industry to art direct these pieces, working exclusively and closely with Clint himself.

Under the watchful eye of Clint Eastwood himself, our designers, sculptors, painters, and fabric artists dedicated years of development to producing the most detailed and screen-accurate representations of these beloved characters in collectible form.

In this new behind-the-scenes video, fans can listen to the team talk about this once-in-a-lifetime creative collaboration.

The Man With No Name

Based on Eastwood’s appearance in Sergio Leone’s essential spaghetti Western film The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, The Man With No Name Sixth Scale Figure features a meticulously crafted, hand painted steely-eyed portrait of “Blondie” with his instantly recognizable trademark hat and cigar. The mysterious drifter wears a custom-tailored fabric costume including a dress shirt, pants, a pistol belt with holster, a faux leather vest with faux fur lining, a neckerchief, and a removable serape.

Accessories include a selection of interchangeable hands, a pistol with an embossed snake grip design, a rifle, spurs for his boots, and even a replica rock to recreate memorable scenes from this classic Western.

Gilliland added:

Sixth-scale is a unique collectible medium. The ability to recreate detail at that scale is both challenging and incredibly rewarding. An often under-appreciated element to sixth-scale is the costumery. Sideshow has one of the finest cut-and-sew teams in the world, and I say with great pride The Man With No Name boasts the most film-accurate recreation of one of the most iconic outfits ever to grace the silver screen.

Dirty Harry

Drawing inspiration from Eastwood’s performance in the action-thriller film Dirty Harry, the Harry Callahan Sixth Scale Figure features a carefully crafted hand-painted portrait with Harry’s unmistakable scowl.

This unrelentingly brutal neo-noir antihero is outfitted in a custom-tailored fabric costume including a shirt, pants, a burgundy vest, a striped tie, a belt, a herringbone jacket with elbow patches, and a shoulder holster that fits beneath the jacket. Accessories include a police badge, a wristwatch, a .44 Magnum pistol, and a variety of interchangeable hands to replicate gestures and poses from the film.

The Preacher

Based on Clint Eastwood’s gripping performance in the genre-defining Western Pale Rider, the Preacher Sixth Scale Figure features a hand-painted portrait of the lone horseman. He wears a custom-tailored fabric costume consisting of his weathered red duster, a black buttoned vest, a collared dress shirt, a neckerchief, and black pants. A faux leather bullet belt and sculpted boots with spurs complete the Preacher’s outfit.

Accessories include two different revolvers and a selection of swap-out hands for a multitude of posing options.

The Legacy Continues…

Sideshow’s incredible and unique partnership with Clint Eastwood continues to grow. RSVP HERE for the very latest news and updates as they are revealed. Shop all available figures in the Clint Eastwood Legacy Collection now, and don’t forget to Let Your Geek Sideshow!