The new figure features Eastwood as Josey Wales in the 1976 film, complete with the iconic scowl that Eastwood dons in the film. The figure comes wearing a tailored fabric costume, complete with a layered outfit of a blue undershirt, brown pants, a dark brown vest with faux-leather accents, and more.
In typical Sideshow fashion, the figure also comes with a variety of accessories, including replaceable hands and three different revolvers.
The figure is available to pre-order now on Sideshow’s website, and retails for $280. It’s is currently expected to ship some time between November and February.
Figure is latest in long line of Clint Eastwood figures from Sideshow
The figure is the latest in Sideshow’s ongoing Clint Eastwood Legacy Collection, which includes figures from various Eastwood films. So far, Sideshow has released figures based on The Preacher (from 1985’s Pale Rider), Harry Callahan (from 1971’s Dirty Harry), and The Man With No Name (from Sergio Leone’s “Dollars Trilogy,” which includes 1966’s The Good, the Bad and the Ugly).
Originally released in 1976, The Outlaw Josey Wales is an American Western film that’s set during and after the Civil War. The film follows Josey Wales, an outlaw who joins a Confederate guerrilla band as he seeks revenge against Union militants. After the war, Wales becomes an outlaw and tries to make a new life.
The film was a massive success after it released, and in 1996, was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”