Clint Eastwood with his daughter Francesca at Coachella. (Splash News)
So, Clint Eastwood went to Coachella ... and had the Best. Time. Ever.
The acting legend -- who is 82 -- is the last person we'd expect to surface at the celeb-heavy music festival held in Indio, California, but was certainly a welcome surprise in a sea of young Hollywood hipsters.
Eastwood attended Saturday's A|X Neon Carnival, an annual draw that features classic fairground games, a massive Ferris wheel, and plenty of libations.
Joined by daughters Francesca and Morgan, Eastwood fought his way through a crowd of admirers.
"Guys asked Clint for photos and women were flocking to him all afternoon," an onlooker said of the star, attending a celebration for A|X's new Color Flash watches.
While Eastwood is iconic for his pistol work in Western's like "Unforgiven," he tried a new form of shooting for the first time: The water gun race.
"It was his first time playing," the source added. "He was having a blast. One of the people playing on the other end [of the game] even pointed to him and said, 'Go ahead. Make my day.'"
We wouldn't be so bold to taunt Clint if we were in firing range, but high five on the "Dirty Harry" reference.
Eastwood took a break from family bonding later on to catch up with Leonardo DiCaprio, who starred in the Clint-directed "J. Edgar."
Also at the Color Flash bash: Stacy Keibler, Vanessa Hudgens, and Jamie Chung with beau Bryan Greenberg.
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