The actors Sondra Locke, who was well-known for making six films with Clint Eastwood, died at age 74.
He won the Oscar nomination for his first film, The Heart Is and Lonely Hunter, in 1968.
Locke came to play free with Eastwood while making The Outlaw Josey Wales in 1975 but later went on to prosecute him for fraud when he broke up.
He died on 3 November after having a heart attack, which was associated with the diagnosis of breast cancer and bone.
When she was in Eastwood, she only accompanied films with Warner Bros, including The Gauntlet (1977), Every Which Way But Loose (1978), Bronco Billy (1980) and Any Which Way You Can (1980) ).
The born actor in Tennessee also stars in Sudden Impact, 1983, the fourth film in the Dirty Harry series.
The couple were together for 14 years, but in April 1989, Locke filed a legal case against Eastwood.
In his settlement, he had a three-year contract of £ 1.5m (£ 1.2 million) to create films for Warner Bros, but the studio did not get any of the 30 projects it was installing .
Believing that Clintwood was doing this, he repeatedly prosecuted him in 1995 for fraud, reaching a settlement of $ 2.5m (£ 2m) a year later.
"I do not have to worry about working," he said after the settlement was made.
Cllr said. "It was never for money, it was about my fight for my professional rights".
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