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  • I am enjoying these very interesting posts. I can't help you with your questions, vmicraig, but that is one fantastic looking rifle, And to be able to tie it to The Big Trail, and Duke, would be fantastic for you. Mark

  • It would interest me a little. Let's come up with a cast we would like to see. Mr. NIghtlinger could be played by Denzel Washington.

  • blistering hot that...

  • I haven't heard anything else about it. I am with you, a remake would be a shame. They are remaking movies all the time, some not even that old. Leave the classics alone! Mark

  • I have been enjoying the information you gents have been sharing with us, but can we please keep it civil? This has always been a friendly board and we want it to stay that way. I, for one, would be tickled to own anything attached to Duke or either of the Cogburn films. I've just never been in the position to have it so. Mark

  • Please do keep us updated on that buckle, Drpmkp. I'm sure they will want a pretty penny for it, though. Mark

  • Hello Gang! Don't forget to vote on the last game. It's easy, just click the link, here , and chose a winner. Then, come back and vote! The winners of game #466 are BatjacAuburn, Robbie and dukefan1. Now. on to the next game. Take a look at the picture below and post a funny comment. Have fun with it! dukewayne.com/index.php?attach…ca9591ee8137bf8c128dcf886

  • Duke: When I asked, "You want a kiss?", I was talking to her. You, my friend, are in need of a Tic Tac!

  • Hello dgoco1995. These are very cool props you have here. I looked at your ebay auction. They are a bit out of my price range, but there are other members here who might take an interest. I do have one question for you. Were these items worn by Chuck Robertson as the stunt double, or were they worn by Duke himself? Either way, thank you for showing these to us. Mark

  • Welcome, New Members!

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Welcome back, ShortGrub! Mark

  • True Grit (1969)

    dukefan1 - - The 1960's

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    Our member, Lasbugas, has the largest collection of pics that I have ever seen. Maybe he can shed some light on this. I can't recall seeing the image you speak of. Sounds like it was a great shot of him. Mark

  • The Bounty Hunter (1954)

    dukefan1 - - Randolph Scott

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    I bet you a large batch of WB art drawings didn't go cheap. I would love to have owned a prop used in a Duke film, but they are always way out of my price range. Mark

  • Welcome, New Members!

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Hello and welcome to the board, staristars! You say you have "had" many pieces from Duke. Does that mean you sold them? How could you? lol There have been a few good westerns the last decade or so, but nothing like it use to be. That is a shame. But you are right, Duke is immune. He is still somewhere on the tv every week. And we still watch, even after seeing them a million times. Feel free to tell us about some of the Duke related pieces you have owned over the years. Share a pic or two if you…

  • I don't know if she uses her moniker of John Wayne's widow to sell paintings. She married well several times and looks like she didn't need the extra income. Being Duke's widow is her claim to fame. John Wayne was such an iconic actor and American, people still want to learn more about him. I am sure she is still asked all the time about her life with him. Even without her pushing the "widow" line, she will always be identified as that. Mark

  • My heart goes out to him and his family.

  • Hello, warren1020. Welcome to the forum. I am also sorry to hear about your Father's failing health. I have to agree with Kevin. Ebay is your best bet to liquidate your Father's collection. It will also give you an idea about the value of what you have. I do wish you luck. Mark

  • Welcome, New Members!

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Welcome to the group, ANDYJ! Make yourself at home. Mark

  • George Montgomery

    dukefan1 - - Duke Trivia Forum

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    Hello and welcome to the forum, roosterwayne. It appears that they both were in one film, but George was listed as uncredited. The movie was a 1938 B western titled "Pals of the Saddle". Duke played Stony Brooke, one of the lead characters. Robert is listed as a rider. While they both had extremely long careers, that is the only time they crossed paths on a film. Feel free to stop in anytime and look around. There is plenty to look at and read here. Join in anywhere you may feel like it. Mark

  • Howdy

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Howdy, Savvy Jack. Welcome to the group! Mark

  • Looking for a particular scene

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Hello Ricky. That doesn't ring a bell for me, but maybe someone else here can help you with it. Meanwhile, feel free to look around and join in. Glad to have you aboard! Mark

  • Hello Gang! Don't forget to vote on the last game. It's easy, just click the link, here , and chose a winner. Then, come back and vote! The winner of game #465 is dukefan1. Now. on to the next game. Take a look at the picture below and post a funny comment. Have fun with it! dukewayne.com/index.php?attach…ca9591ee8137bf8c128dcf886

  • Duke: I'm telling you for the last time, I'm a die-hard Republican! I don't care what promises you make or how cute you look with your saddle and little wagon, you're not getting me to switch sides.

  • Newbie!

    dukefan1 - - Newbie Forum

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    Hello, Kysquire! Welcome to the group. Mark

  • Hello Ken. Welcome to the board! Mark

  • Hello and welcome to the forum, Kindword. I enjoyed reading Pat's book about the last years of Duke's life. I had wondered what happened to her after Duke. Now, I sort of know. If you don't mind me asking, are you researching Pat Stacy for your own knowledge, or do you have a project in the works? Mark