Clint Eastwood Time Line1990's
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Receives critical praise for his film, White Hunter, Black Heart, despite a lack-luster performance at the box office.
As a follow up, Clint releases what was supposed to be a sure-fire hit, The Rookie, co-starring Charlie Sheen. The movie bombs.
Records a duet with country singer Randy Travis called "Smokin'The Hive."

Eastwood's masterpiece, Unforgiven, is released to theatrical and critical acclaim! Several months later, the film wins a Golden Globe Award and several Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Director!
Appears on "The Tonight Show" during Johnny Carson's final week as host.
Portrait appears on a 1992 Stamp for the Republic of Niger.

The film In the Line of Fire grosses more than 100 million dollars at the U.S. box office alone!
Clint and Unforgiven co-star Frances Fisher have a baby girl - Francesca.
A Perfect World, co-starring Kevin Costner is released to mixed reviews.

Directs and stars in the hit, The Bridges of Madison County. The film grosses over $75 million U.S. dollars.
Releases a multimedia biographical CD-ROM showcasing his entire film career. It is one of the first software applications made strictly for Windows 95.
Creates Malpaso Records, which releases The Bridges of Madison County soundtrack. "Doe Eyes," a song written, composed, and performed by Clint Eastwood, is the first track.
Receives the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award.
I finally meet Clint Eastwood!! (hey, I had to put this one in here somewhere!)

On March 31st is married to Dina Ruiz, a television news anchor from California. They marry in Las Vegas, Nevada. Clint's son, Kyle, is best man.
Receives the American Film Institute (AFI) Life Achievement Award.
Clint's youngest child, Morgan, is born on December 12, 1996.

Directs himself, along with co-stars Gene Hackman (from Unforgiven) and Ed Harris (Apollo 13) in the political thriller, Absolute Power.
Directs the film, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. This marks Clint Eastwood's 20th film as Director.
Markets a new beer called "Pale Rider Ale". All proceeds go to charity.
Develops a line of Golf clothing.

Directs and stars in True Crime.