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Storyline:   "Two Mules for Sister Sara" is a 1970 Western film directed by Don Siegel. The movie combines elements of action, adventure, and humor, and it features the legendary duo of Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. The story follows Hogan (played by Clint Eastwood), a drifter and mercenary, who encounters a nun named Sara (played by Shirley MacLaine) while on a mission to blow up a French fort during the Mexican Revolution. Hogan agrees to help Sister Sara, who claims to be on a mission of her own, and they join forces to achieve their respective goals. As the unlikely pair navigates dangerous situations and battles with the French soldiers, Hogan becomes increasingly intrigued by Sister Sara's mysterious background. As the truth behind her story is revealed, Hogan must decide where his loyalties lie and whether he can trust Sister Sara.

"Two Mules for Sister Sara" is known for its mix of action and comedy, along with the chemistry between Eastwood and MacLaine. The film subverts some Western conventions by featuring a strong and resourceful female character in a prominent role. Clint Eastwood delivers his trademark stoic performance as Hogan, while Shirley MacLaine adds depth and wit to her portrayal of Sister Sara. The film's Mexican Revolution backdrop provides a visually striking and dynamic setting for the action. The film's blend of action, humor, and character dynamics has contributed to its enduring popularity among fans of both Westerns and Eastwood's filmography. "Two Mules for Sister Sara" is appreciated for its unique take on the genre and its ability to balance serious themes with moments of levity.
Two Mules For Sister Sara
Year : 1970
IMDB Rating: 7
Director: Don Siegel
Top Billing Cast:  Clint Eastwood as Hogan Shirley MacLaine as Sara

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  1. Shirley MacLaine and director Don Siegel did not get along during the shoot and openly fought.

  2. Elizabeth Taylor turned down the title role.

  3. Hogan (Clint Eastwood) wears the same gun belt and holster that Eastwood's character "The Man with No Name" wore in Sergio Leone's "Dollars" trilogy.

  4. Shirley MacLaine received top billing in the credits, marking the last time Clint Eastwood received second billing until "A Perfect World" (1993).

  5. The movie's title is a pun, with "mule" referring to both the animal and Clint Eastwood's character Hogan, who is called "Mr. Mule."

  6. Shirley MacLaine rarely discussed working with Clint Eastwood in her memoirs or interviews.

  7. The cast was headquartered at a hotel in Cocoyoc during production, and various visitors, including Susan Saint James and Clint Eastwood's girlfriends, were reportedly on set.

  8. Director Don Siegel and producer Marty Rackin had disagreements during production, particularly regarding the use of unknown Mexican actors.

  9. The original script was intended for Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr, with changes made to turn Hogan into a soldier of fortune and Sara into a sympathetic prostitute.

  10. The film's release marked the first screen credit in 22 years for blacklisted screenwriter Albert Maltz.

  11. The film follows the "spaghetti" Western style and features Ennio Morricone's score, known for his work in spaghetti Westerns.

  12. New York Magazine critic Gael Greene had a romantic encounter with Clint Eastwood on set during an interview.

  13. Shirley MacLaine praised Clint Eastwood's brilliance and humor during a Q&A, recalling an incident with his horse during the shoot.

  14. Shirley MacLaine was paid $800,000 for the film, which was a box-office disappointment and marked a downturn in her Hollywood career.

  15. The Finnish title of the movie translates to "Fistful of Dynamite," which is the alternative English title for Sergio Leone's film "Duck, You Sucker" (1971).

  16. Don Siegel mentioned in his biography that a female Mexican assistant was hired to stay close to Shirley MacLaine during outdoor sequences due to her skin not fitting well with the sun.

  17. The saloon's name in the movie translates to "The Black Cat."

  18. Shirley MacLaine wore false eyelashes in the movie, which was noticeable to some viewers.

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