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      10-28-2003 03:12 PM #1
      i was watching the good, the bad and the ugly this weekend, and couldnt believe how similar 1966 Clint Eastwood was alike to Hugh Jackman... down to the haircut!

      Besides their similar look, theyre both terrific actors who dont need to say much. anyone agrees?


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      10-28-2003 03:16 PM #2
      Nah... I really don't think that Jackman has the same brooding presence and aloofness that Clint has. This is based on interviews and how each man really is in real life. Also, Jackman was very animated in Swordfish. I think Eastwood would have played the role in a far different manner. Actually, the movie would have been all of about five minutes with Eastwood. After killing Travolta and his goons with his Magnum .44, he would then pickup his daughter from the porn king's house and head out into the sunset. The End...
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      10-28-2003 08:27 PM #3
      I see very little resemblance. More than none though.

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      10-28-2003 09:50 PM #4
      I agree with you... it's more noticeable when he's playing wolverine (a badass character), that seems to bring out the look of eastwood. But yeah, I've thought that they resemble each other many times.
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      10-28-2003 11:00 PM #5
      I think if Clint Eastwood was a bit shorter and stockier, he would've been the perfect Wolverine if they came out with a movie back in the 70's/early EARLY 80's. Those side burns and his gruff exterior and wearing the cowboy hat. I think Wolverine was drawn that way once when he and Kitty Pride had their own comic.

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      10-28-2003 11:20 PM #6
      Personally I always pictured Mel Gibson in the role. You know, back when they both had accents (and I was much younger).
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    7. 10-29-2003 05:35 PM #7
      I think the guy from Poolhall Junkies is a crazy look-a-like to Clint... a young Clint

      Freaks me out a bit


    8. 10-29-2003 05:44 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by Agent 00corrado »
      I agree with you... it's more noticeable when he's playing wolverine (a badass character), that seems to bring out the look of eastwood. But yeah, I've thought that they resemble each other many times.

      That's what I thought.He always has that scornfull look reminiscent of clint eastwood's reluctant hero characters.

    9. 10-29-2003 08:53 PM #9
      Just a little bit...
      You should post their pictures on it... so we all can compare.
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    11. 10-30-2003 11:07 AM #11
      Clint was such a stud! Ironically his personality is totally different from most of his movies (see the Actor's Studio on Bravo).

      Hugh is a great wolverine!

      BTW, I can't stand Halle Berry


    12. 10-30-2003 09:47 PM #12
      does kinda look similar...um wierd

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      10-30-2003 11:46 PM #13
      Now that there are some pics I can notice.

      I don't know who played the younger version of Clint's character in 'Space Cowboys' but he got the grimice/scowl down perfect.


    14. 11-04-2003 09:13 PM #14
      yikes..

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      11-04-2003 10:58 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by Dark Demon 8V »
      yikes..

      ^^^^^^^^^^^^


    16. 11-05-2003 01:25 AM #16
      Clint Eastwood is my favorite of ALL time..


      The trilogy of spaghetti westerns is simply remarkable.


    17. 11-05-2003 03:56 PM #17
      i always thought clint would have been the ultimate wolverine
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      11-05-2003 11:13 PM #18
      wow. Clint was a hottie!
      You'd think I'd know better .
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      11-06-2003 12:54 AM #19
      i agree. Clint was a hottie, this is coming from a heterosexual guy.

    20. 11-06-2003 03:07 PM #20
      Also these two....


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      11-06-2003 03:09 PM #21
      Quote, originally posted by kaizenro »
      I think if Clint Eastwood was a bit shorter and stockier, he would've been the perfect Wolverine if they came out with a movie back in the 70's/early EARLY 80's. Those side burns and his gruff exterior and wearing the cowboy hat. I think Wolverine was drawn that way once when he and Kitty Pride had their own comic.

      When I was a kid my friend and I used to talk about who we'd cast for a X-Men movie and Clint Eastwood was ALWAYS Wolverine. We generally chose Arnold for Colossus.

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      I just want to know why OP thought making a thread in The Car Lounge would help him in any way... We've got a bunch of dudes telling him to "pepper his angus," and an insurance agent who just made a 2:30 appointment to **** someones wife. Classic TCL.

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      11-06-2003 03:10 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by vw valance »
      Also these two....

      Russel Crowe vs the kid from The O.C.

      Definetly, seperated at birth...by a decade or 3.

      Quote Originally Posted by Doug Butabi View Post
      I just want to know why OP thought making a thread in The Car Lounge would help him in any way... We've got a bunch of dudes telling him to "pepper his angus," and an insurance agent who just made a 2:30 appointment to **** someones wife. Classic TCL.

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