An unlikely harmony for director Clint Eastwood in ‘Jersey Boys’

June 19, 2014 12:59 AM

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An unlikely harmony for director Clint Eastwood in ‘Jersey Boys’

Amid the swirl of an early 1960s party scene in Clint Eastwood’s latest, an adaptation of “Jersey Boys,” the hit Broadway musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, a television screen flashes an unexpected face: young Clint, himself, in black-and-white.

The period-appropriate shot from the TV Western “Rawhide” — a wry Hitchcockian cameo — condenses in a moment the almost unfathomable breadth of Eastwood’s career: fresh-faced cowboy to steadfast Oscar-winning director. Does it feel like a lifetime ago to Eastwood?

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