(1969): "Isn´t it charged?" I asked Eastwood before I get the gun in his face. "No," he replied dry but professional manner. I worked as a "photographer on set" during filming, in the former Yugoslavia, of the film Warriors. By this time Eastwood had already "bitten the dust" in Almeria for several shootings spaguetty famous westerns like "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" or "Death came at a price”. Everyone who passed in front checked the strange feeling that supposed to see how the gun was pointing permanently at you. The photos made during the filming of these could be used just for a while, then were used only to promote the films.