Step away from the computer! Slowly, keeping your hands in plain sight, reach for the television...That's it. Now, switch over to TCM, where they're airing a 10-movie Clint Eastwood marathon. It started at 6 a.m., but that doesn't matter -- you didn't want to see Clint singing and dancing with Ginger Rogers and Carol Channing anyway. (Honest to God: The First Traveling Saleslady, 1956.) You've still got time to catch the heart of the lineup: the three spaghetti-Western man in black movies. A Fistful Of Dollars airs at 8 a.m., For A Few Dollars More at 9 45 a.m. and The Good, The Bad And The Ugly at noon. Hang 'Em High, which follows at 3 p.m., isn't really a part of the man-in-black series, but it's close enough that you won't notice. Plus it's got that gorgeous Inger Stevens, who used to play The Farmer's Daughteron TV. Which all you 800-year-olds remember, right?
Clint Eastwood marathon! On TCM! Right now!
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