Actress Sondra Locke, best known for making six films with Clint Eastwood, has died at the age of 74.
She earned an Oscar nomination for her first movie, The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, in 1968.
Locke became romantically involved in Eastwood while doing The Outlaw Josey Wales in 1975, but later he sought to sue him for fraud when they broke up.
She died on November 3 after having a heart attack that was related to her breast and bone cancer diagnosis.
When she was in a relationship with Eastwood, she only made films with Warner Bros, including The Gauntlet (1977), All That Way But Loose (1978), Bronco Billy (1980) and any way you can (1980) .
The Tennessee-born actress also starred in the 1983 movie, Sudden Impact, which was the fourth movie in the Dirty Harry series.
The couple were together for 14 years, but in April 1989 Locke filed a lawsuit against Eastwood.
In her residency, she received a three-year contract of $ 1.5 million. (£ 1.2 million) To make movies to Warner Bros., but the study did not accept any of the 30 projects she created.
Thought this was Clintwood's doing, she sued him again in 1995 for fraud and reached $ 2.5m. Settlement a year later.
"I do not have to worry about working," she said after the settlement was made.
She said the trial "never was about money, it was about my struggles for my professional rights".
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