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Iron Maiden resurrected a number of rare tracks for the tour's opening night in Tallinn, Estonia, including Flight of Icarus, which they last performed in 1986, and Where Eagles Dare, which hadn't been heard live since 2005.
POLICE were stunned during a weapons amnesty when a man handed in Clint Eastwood's MP40 machine gun used in Where Eagles Dare.
AND the star of this weapons amnesty is a sub-machine gun used by Clint Eastwood in classic war film Where Eagles Dare.
| Where Eagles Dare Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood partnered in 1967 for this WWII action film.
For its first three-quarters, Where Eagles Dare is a twisty thriller with plenty to keep viewers off balance.
We're keeping our Where Eagles Dare contest in the family this week as Gerry Clenaghan and his future son-in-law both carded eagles in the same round.
SCORNED by critics in the 1960s, the wartime action adventure spy movie Where Eagles Dare starring Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood has acquired cult status.
Hutton's 1968 war movie Where Eagles Dare. One thing that always perplexes me when watching this type of movies is the amount of funding the bad guys have.
WHERE EAGLES DARE FIVE 6.50PM World War II spy thriller scripted by Alistair MacLean from his bestseller.
This happened when Ben told Steve that in 1968 Clint Eastwood was paid $800,000 for Where Eagles Dare, making him one of the highest paid Hollywood actors at the time.
Now his golng year just got even better as he can count himself a Where Eagles Dare winner too.
A hip operation scheduled for October clashed with last year's Where Eagles Dare grand final so he realised there was no point in sending in his card.
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