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Clint Eastwood’s Only Two Horror Movie Roles, Explained

As the title suggests, Revenge Of The Creature is a sequel to the classic monster movie Creature From The Black Lagoon. The follow-up reveals the titular creature survived the end of the previous film and goes on another rampage. Sadly, Revenge Of The Creature isn’t on par with the first movie, though it’s notable for being the only 3D movie released that year and being Eastwood’s screen debut. In addition to being a very rare Clint horror movie role, it’s also a much dorkier character than he’s known for. In his brief scene, Eastwood – who has turned down many iconic roles – plays a lab technician named Jennings, who complains to John Agar’s lead character that a test cat appears to have eaten a lab rat. Eastwood’s Jennings then checks his pocket and realizes the rat was hiding in there the whole time.

Clint Eastwood’s next horror movie role – and also his last – is a little more dynamic. Tarantula! is an enjoyable b-movie where a test tarantula accidentally exposed to an experimental nutrient grows to enormous proportions and starts eating animals and people in a desert town. Tarantula! – which was also directed by Revenge Of The Creature’s Jack Arnold – ends with the Air Force being summoned after bullets and explosives prove ineffective against the killer spider. It’s actually Clint Eastwood as the “Jet Squadron Leader” who drops the napalm on the titular tarantula and kills it, saving the town.


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Clint Eastwood’s Only Two Horror Movie Roles, Explained

As the title suggests, Revenge Of The Creature is a sequel to the classic monster movie Creature From The Black Lagoon. The follow-up reveals the titular creature survived the end of the previous film and goes on another rampage. Sadly, Revenge Of The Creature isn’t on par with the first movie, though it’s notable for being the only 3D movie released that year and being Eastwood’s screen debut. In addition to being a very rare Clint horror movie role, it’s also a much dorkier character than he’s known for. In his brief scene, Eastwood – who has turned down many iconic roles – plays a lab technician named Jennings, who complains to John Agar’s lead character that a test cat appears to have eaten a lab rat. Eastwood’s Jennings then checks his pocket and realizes the rat was hiding in there the whole time.

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Clint Eastwood’s next horror movie role – and also his last – is a little more dynamic. Tarantula! is an enjoyable b-movie where a test tarantula accidentally exposed to an experimental nutrient grows to enormous proportions and starts eating animals and people in a desert town. Tarantula! – which was also directed by Revenge Of The Creature’s Jack Arnold – ends with the Air Force being summoned after bullets and explosives prove ineffective against the killer spider. It’s actually Clint Eastwood as the “Jet Squadron Leader” who drops the napalm on the titular tarantula and kills it, saving the town.

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Clint Eastwood’s Only Two Horror Movie Roles, Explained

As the title suggests, Revenge Of The Creature is a sequel to the classic monster movie Creature From The Black Lagoon. The follow-up reveals the titular creature survived the end of the previous film and goes on another rampage. Sadly, Revenge Of The Creature isn’t on par with the first movie, though it’s notable for being the only 3D movie released that year and being Eastwood’s screen debut. In addition to being a very rare Clint horror movie role, it’s also a much dorkier character than he’s known for. In his brief scene, Eastwood – who has turned down many iconic roles – plays a lab technician named Jennings, who complains to John Agar’s lead character that a test cat appears to have eaten a lab rat. Eastwood’s Jennings then checks his pocket and realizes the rat was hiding in there the whole time.

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Clint Eastwood’s next horror movie role – and also his last – is a little more dynamic. Tarantula! is an enjoyable b-movie where a test tarantula accidentally exposed to an experimental nutrient grows to enormous proportions and starts eating animals and people in a desert town. Tarantula! – which was also directed by Revenge Of The Creature’s Jack Arnold – ends with the Air Force being summoned after bullets and explosives prove ineffective against the killer spider. It’s actually Clint Eastwood as the “Jet Squadron Leader” who drops the napalm on the titular tarantula and kills it, saving the town.

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