Clint Eastwood was 'terrified' when his plane plunged into shark-infested water in 1950s
Clint Eastwood recently admitted that he was "terrified' when his plane crashed into shark-infested water back in 1950s.
London: Clint Eastwood recently admitted that he was "terrified' when his plane crashed into shark-infested water back in 1950s.
The 84-year-old artist said that during the early 1950s, when anybody could get a free flight by just wearing their military uniforms, he also had hitched a free ride in the aircraft, which led him to face a near death experience when a military bomber crashed into the ocean, the Mirror reported.
During an interview for the Loyola Marymount University School of Film and TV, the American actor further mentioned that stark fear, and a stark terror was all going through his mind at that time, even though he did not even knew that the water was shark-infested. The actor continued that if he knew that he would have definitely died.
Eastwood also said that he himself was an anti-war person, a message that his recent movie 'American Sniper' tried to propagate.