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  • We need to hang around for as long as we can. There are more and more young people who don't know who John Wayne was so, we need to be sure the world don't turn to crap. I don't live far from the National Cowboy Museum so, I go by and visit Duke's exhibit sometimes to get some new blood. Big Iron

  • Cheyenne (1955-1963)

    Big Iron - - Classic TV Westerns

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    Although they never made a film together it's interesting that they had some of the same friends like Leo Gordon who was occasionally cast as a "bad" guy in both their movies. I think they both respected each other's work. Big Iron

  • Cheyenne (1955-1963)

    Big Iron - - Classic TV Westerns

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    Wouldn't it have been terrific if Duke and Clint could have made a Movie together. Both as friends of course. Got to meet Clint a few times and things aren't the same. Big Iron

  • Some people think I was born old but, they won't say it to my face Big Iron

  • My best wishes to anyone who visits the Center in the future. The wife and I visited a few months ago and found the "pilgrims" in the museum/gift shop a little unfriendly although, the lady working in John Wayne's house was very helpful. Big Iron

  • Hell or High Water

    Big Iron - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Just FYI the National Cowboy Museum is showing a short film clip about how some of the shots were staged and some sets were made. They also have some costumes on display. But, I don't think it's my kind of Western. Big Iron

  • I've been away for a while, just get busy trying to stay alive I guess, but I'm back and hope to get into some really good discussions. I'm sort of outspoken so, I'll try not upset anyone. Old guys are hard headed you know Big Iron

  • Most likely the reason it was unmarked for several yrs. was that the family worried the grave would be disturbed by vandals. The last time I was there the officials wouldn't tell me where it was located however, I did find it using pictures from his daughter's book. As I remember most all the graves in that section have ground level markers. You know he wanted to be cremated and his ashes scattered over the ocean but, the family didn't want that. His grave does look over the ocean and I think he…