Somebody just made Clint Eastwood's day.
The Hollywood legend's cop classic Dirty Harry is one of 25 films being added to the National Film Registry, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The Library of Congress' venerable list singles out significant films that will be preserved for their indelible impact on American cinema and culture.
Clint's in good company: This year's roster also includes classics such a Breakfast at Tiffany's, Anatomy of a Murder and Born Yesterday, along with more recent popcorn fare like A League of Their Own and The Matrix.
Clint's Harry on the same list as Keanu Reeves' Neo? Whoa, indeed!
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