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Every Which Way But Loose/Any Which Way You Can [DVD] 
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Los Angeles trucker Phil Beddoe (Clint Eastwood) is less than delighted to win orangutan Clyde in a fight. Together, the unlikely twosome set out to track down Phil's lost love, a country and western singer (Sandra Locke). Along the way they get involved in various brawls and escapades. 2. Sequel to 'Every Which Way But Loose', in which trucker come street-fighter Philo Beddoe (Clint Eastwood) once more hits the road looking for a well-paid brawl. The purse this time round is offered by an underworld king, whose boxing champion has gained such a reputation that no-one dare face him. Philo, however, knows no fear and can always rely on the back-up of his trusty orang-utan sidekick, Clyde.
Fist fighting legend Philo Beddoe (Clint Eastwood) attempting to live out a quiet backwoods retirement with his mother (Ruth Gordon), his girlfriend (Sandra Locke) and his mischievous orang-utan, Clyde.
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Please, do not read anything into the animal rights activists scaring people into not buying this film. 'Clyde' or 'Clyde 2' which was involved in the 'Any which way you can' film, died from a cerebral hemorrhage, which had nothing to do with the treatment of the orangutans well-being. It was properly cared for and treated well all of its life. As was the first 'Clyde' an orangutan called Manis, who lived to an old age.
As for both films.. Clint Eastwood just instinctively knows when something is right to do. Despite being told not to make the original film, he made it anyway and it was a hit. The public love Clint Eastwood and they also like the movies despite the negative press around the films at that time.
Clyde is the great comedy sidekick and bit of an unknown quantity, if you watch the films for the first time, you never knew what you were going to get. There's lots of funny moments and it's a comedy at heart. However, it still retains the macho theme, with Clint playing a bare-knuckles fighter to bring in some extra cash when he's not carrying car engines around the backyard.
The highs and lows of relationships between Eastwood and Locke go full circle in both films. There's lots of tongue-in-cheek humour and mild swearing by todays standards, however, don't buy this for kids under 15 years and then complain about all the blood - the certificate is there for a reason, and this is why it's still rated at 15.
The country music sets the tone for the film and is very much in-line with Eastwoods style of film-making and the characters and the locations.Read more ›
The films are classics combining humour and action, the 'star' in this film is hard to judge as Clint, (Philo Bedoe) Ma, Clyde (the lovely Ape) or the fabulous hells angel gang - the black widows are all brilliant!
In my opinion the sequel is the better film (but only just) I would recomend this film for anyone with a love for humour.
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Really good Films, funny and entertaining too, these will really make your day.
I would highly recommend.