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  • Still around but moving slow.

  • Arsonist, you say. You have been married to five different men that look like John Wayne.

  • Elsa Martinelli also played Dallas in HatarI. I think Hardy Krugar is the only main cast member left that was really well-known as an international actor. It was one of my favorite movies as I'm sure it was a favorite of many of the members.

  • Rebecca: Lawrence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders. 1940 Film Great Hitchcock thriller

  • 3. Pilar Palette

    Big Jim - - Duke's Wives

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    Nice picture of them. Thanks for sharing. Thanks Jim

  • I am still around. I check in on several items a week but seldom post. Maybe I don't sign on, just read or look at pictures. Great site, would hate to see it leave. Thanks, Jim.

  • Quote from lasbugas: “photo938.jpg” I will be seeing Paul in September. Any chance of getting a clear copy of him and Fabian to sign for me. Thanks, Jim.

  • This sure looks like Carol Channing. Judy's daughter was born in 1953. Oh well great photo, who ever it is. Thanks, Jim.

  • Just watched Tall In The Saddle. I Was surprised to see she only did about 12 movies. Will be looking for her on TCM. Big Jim

  • No Duke, you have the wrong people, Thorney here lives next door to Ozzy Nelson and I run an egg farm next door to Ma and Pa Kettle.

  • Re: Hondo (1954)

    Big Jim - - The 1950's

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    Probably but that's beyond my pay grade. I can follow directions if anyone wants to coach me.

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • Started with Sea Chase (Tab Hunter was kind enough to sign these for me last year) and ended up with the Undefeated. The pick-up in my copy of the film was beige. I counted the frames as 22. I would have never noticed, thanks for the heads up. Big Jim [ATTACH][ATTACH] 3742[/ATTACH][/ATTACH]

  • If you won't get out of my light, at least put out that smoke. In the future there will be a sign!

  • Re: Hondo (1954)

    Big Jim - - The 1950's

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    I have a Hondo VHS from TV in the 80's in 3-D. Although it is not like today's there some really exciting moves and background scenes that make it just a little bit better than two demention. I would also like to share Lee Aker's photo. He was also in Rin Tin Tin when I was a youngster. [ATTACH]dukewayne.com/index.php?attach…0e2aab69585ab70d7fc701ebc[/ATTACH]

  • Re: Pals Of The Saddle- Andy Devine

    Big Jim - - Cowboys

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    I remember Andy as a "child" and what is really scarey is I remember the words to the theme song. Including the end where he said "plunk your majic twanger froggy" boingyerer hiya kids hya hya. Pretty crazy huh. I feel dumb even writing this but oh well that's the way it was. Big Jim dukewayne.com/index.php?attach…0e2aab69585ab70d7fc701ebc

  • Quote from ethanedwards: “thanks both for metioning this. It is something i was considering after completing the jfsc. You have also probably noticed that the term john wayne stock company, seems to be more regularly used. Would like your feedback on this, as my own thoughts would be to consider all actors/stuntmen etc used since duke formed wayne-fellows, and then batjac, therefore the movies made by those two companies, as in these films duke had ultimate control as to the cast lists and crew …

  • Quote from ethanedwards: “More of the John Ford Stock Company, that appeared in Duke's movies are now profiled. Our aim is to complete this list so that the connection between the JFSC and Duke is as definitive as can be” Thank you Keith for this updating of John Ford's list and how many films and TV shows each were in. Have you done one for John Wayne's Stock Co. or are you planning to? You Ford list is awesome, thanks again - Jim

  • Quote from may2: “I was just thinking about him yesterday. His book is my all-time favorite show biz bio. I first saw him as Bill the camp counselor at the Triple R in Spin and Marty on the Mickey Mouse Club.” Harry was working on a sequal but told me the spirit was willing but the body was tired. He was kind enough to autograph my copy for me when he was feeling better several years ago. I too remember him from Spin & Marty. Wow, I'm getting old. dukewayne.com/index.php?attach…0e2aab69585ab70d7…