(AP Photo/The Clarion-Ledger, C. Todd Sherman)
Members of the Black Stuntmen Association including, from left, Henry Kingi, Willie Harris, Alex Brown, Joe Tilque and William Upton pose for pictures after being honored at the Mississippi State Capitol on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. The group were honored for breaking racial barriers in the film industry.
JACKSON, Miss. — Willie Harris couldn't have picked a better time to get shot.
On the other end of the .44 magnum stood Clint Eastwood, playing the ultimate cool role of a police detective in the 1971 movie "Dirty Harry."
Aggravated that his lunch was interrupted by a bank robbery, Eastwood strolls across the street and takes out Harris with one click of the trigger. Still chewing his hot dog. Brushing off a few shotgun pellets to the leg as if they were lint.
And then he delivers the iconic line: "You have to ask yourself one question — Do I feel lucky? Well, do you, punk?"