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The Tragedy of Images

July 12, 2019, 09:37 AM

In 1971, the fetishizing of firearms in American cinema entered a provocative new phase when Clint Eastwood unholstered his Smith & Wesson Model 29, pointed its sleek, 8⅜-inch black-steel barrel at Albert Popwell’s head and inquired as to the gentleman’s sense of good fortune.

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