The recently announced Bollywood movie starring Clint Eastwood and Sam Elliot has given new meaning to the term "Cowboys and Indians." The two film stars, most famous for their hard hitting westerns (Unforgiven, Pale Rider, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Tombstone, The Quick and The Dead, etc.), will be involved in a new production set to begin principle shooting in July.
Upon his arrival in New Delhi for a press conference, Eastwood seemed slightly confused. "Where's the teepees? Where are the horses? I don't see any kachina dolls or turquoise jewlery anywhere. What happened to the dream catchers and the totem poles? Ya'll need to let me speak to the Chief or the Medicine Man so that we can get a handle on this."
Sam Elliot attempted to explain to his co-star that American Indians and India Indians were two different things, but ended up coming across as rather racist and insulting. "Clint, these are them fellers what work in all the 7-11's and own all the budget motels and answer your phone when you call for tech support. You know, them Ghandi style Injuns, not Apaches or Comanches or Sioux."
Eastwood reacted to the explanation by saying that "I guess that means I ain't doing loco weed, smokin' a peace pipe, and sharin' a wigwam with a squaw tonight."