Clint Eastwood owes a lot of his success to “Spaghetti Western” director, Sergio Leone, who cast him in three films as the “Man With No Name.”
American movies have introduced us to some of our favorite heroes…well, at least some of our favorite fictional heroes. As a result, a number of actors have become synonymous with the larger-than-life characters they played on screen. Among them was John Wayne, and it’s hard to think of a Western without the image of “The Duke” popping up. Wayne personified the American cowboy-rugged, masculine, somewhat flawed, and someone who played by his own rules.