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Unbox Sideshow’s latest Clint Eastwood figure, The Man With No Name

A dangerous drifter from the classic western The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, Clint Eastwood’s The Man With No Name is the latest from Sideshow.

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If you love classic spaghetti westerns, it’s tough to top Sergio Leone’s The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. A big part of that is its hero, or actually its anti-hero, the man known only as Blondie.

Brought to life by Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, the film was the second appearance of Blondie (or The Man With No Name). And yes, for those who don’t know, that’s a nickname, as Blondie was a nameless wanderer. Though he has no real moniker though, he clearly made an impression on fans that still lasts almost 60 years after the movie opened in theaters.

He’s also the newest in Sideshow Toys’ Clint Eastwood series, complete with hat and cigar. Check him out in the unboxing below, as the figure gets set to ship.

Based on Clint Eastwood’s appearance in Sergio Leone’s essential spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, The Man With No Name 1/6 Scale Figure features a meticulously crafted, hand-painted, steely-eyed portrait of the mysterious drifter, complete with a non-removable hat and cigar.

Called “Blondie” by Tuco, Eastwood’s enigmatic antihero wears a custom-tailored fabric costume including a dress shirt, pants, a pistol belt with holster, a faux leather vest with faux fur lining, a neckerchief, and a removable serape.

Sideshow Toys press release

Fully articulated and including plenty of accessories, The Man With No Name is labeled to ship some time between now and April of 2023. He’s priced in at $235 USD, and is still up for pre-order.

That’s something you can secure for yourself here.

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