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Estimated Value: $15.00

"Go ahead, make my day" is a catchphrase written by Joseph C. Stinson and spoken by the character Harry Callahan from the 1983 film Sudden Impact. In 2005, it was chosen as #6 on the American Film Institute list, AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes.

THE SCENE:
In one scene of the movie, Harry Callahan (played by Clint Eastwood) goes into a diner for a morning cup of coffee. When Callahan discovers a robbery in the diner, he kills the robbers in a shootout. However, a surviving robber holds the fleeing waitress Loretta (Mara Corday) at gunpoint, and holds his gun to her head, threatening to shoot. Instead of backing off, Harry points his .44 Magnum revolver into the man's face at point-blank range and dares him to shoot, saying with clenched teeth and in his characteristic rough grumble, "Go ahead, make my day".

To get one of these pins, you had to attend the release of SUDDEN IMPACT in December, 1983 in New York City. The national release was the next day on December 9, 1983. This is the perfect collectible for the Clint Eastwood fan who has almost everything.

Measurements: about 1 inch tall

Has hat pin back plug.

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Original 1983 Clint Eastwood Official Movie Release MAKE MY DAY Pin

$7.00 USD
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