Duke's Filmography

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    • Duke's Filmography


      1926. CAREFUL PLEASE- (Lloyd Hamilton Productions)
      1926. BROWN OF HARVARD - (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1926. THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP- (Fox)
      1926. BARDELEYS THE MAGNIFICENT- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1927. ANNIE LAURIE- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1927. THE DROP KICK - (First National/Warner Bros)
      1927. SEEING STARS- (Mermaid Comedies/ Educational Film Exchanges)
      1927. THE GREAT K&A TRAIN ROBBERY- (Fox)
      1928. MOTHER MACHREE- (Fox)
      1928. FOUR SONS- (Fox)
      1928. HANGMAN'S HOUSE -(Fox)
      1928. NOAH'S ARK- (First National/Warner Bros)
      1929. STRONG BOY- (Fox)
      1929. SPEAKEASY- (Fox)
      1929. THE BLACK WATCH- (Fox)
      1929. WORDS AND MUSIC- (Fox)
      1929. SALUTE- (Fox)
      1929. THE FORWARD PASS- (First National/Warner Bros)
      1930. THE LONE STAR RANGER- (Fox)
      1930. MEN WITHOUT WOMEN-(Fox)
      1930. BORN RECKLESS- (Fox)
      1930. ROUGH ROMANCE- (Fox)
      1930. CHEER UP AND SMILE- (Fox)
      1930. THE BIG TRAIL- (Fox)
      1931. WOMEN OF ALL NATIONS- (Fox)
      1931. GIRLS DEMAND EXCITEMENT- (Fox)
      1931. THREE GIRLS LOST- (Fox)
      1931. MEN ARE LIKE THAT(Arizona) - (Columbia)
      1931. THE DECEIVER- (Columbia)
      1931. RANGE FEUD- (Columbia)
      1931. MAKER OF MEN- (Columbia)
      1932. TEXAS CYCLONE- (Columbia)
      1932. THAT'S MY BOY- (Columbia)
      1932. TWO FISTED LAW- (Columbia)
      1932. THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI- (Fox)
      1932. THE SHADOW OF THE EAGLE- (Mascot)
      1932. THE HURRICANE EXPRESS- (Mascot)
      1932. THE THREE MUSKETEERS- (Mascot)
      1932. LADY AND GENT.- (Paramount)
      1932. HIS PRIVATE SECRETARY.- (Showmans Pictures)
      1932. HAUNTED GOLD.- (Warner Bros)
      1932. RIDE HIM COWBOY- (Warner Bros)
      1932. THE BIG STAMPEDE- (Warner Bros)
      1933. THE TELEGRAPH TRAIL- (Warner Bros)
      1933. CENTRAL AIRPORT- (Warner Bros)
      1933. SOMEWHERE IN SONORA- (Warner Bros)
      1933. THE LIFE OF JIMMY DOLAN- (Warner Bros)
      1933. BABY FACE- (Warner Bros)
      1933. THE MAN FROM MONTERY- (Warner Bros)
      1933. COLLEGE COACH- (Warner Bros)
      1933. RIDERS OF DESTINY- (Monogram)
      1933. SAGEBRUSH TRAIL- (Monogram)
      1933. WEST OF THE DIVIDE- (Monogram)
      1934. THE LUCKY TEXAN- (Monogram)
      1934. BLUE STEEL-(Monogram)
      1934. THE MAN FROM UTAH- (Monogram)
      1934. RANDY RIDES ALONE- (Monogram)
      1934. THE STAR PACKER- (Monogram)
      1934. THE TRAIL BEYOND- (Monogram)
      1934. 'NEATH ARIZONA SKIES- (Monogram)
      1934. LAWLESS FRONTIER- (Monogram)
      1935. TEXAS TERROR- (Monogram)
      1935. RAINBOW VALLEY- (Monogram)
      1935. THE DESERT TRAIL- (Monogram)
      1935. THE DAWN RIDER- (Monogram)
      1935. PARADISE CANYON- (Monogram)
      1935. WESTWOOD HO!- (Republic)
      1935. NEW FRONTIER- (Republic)
      1935. LAWLESS RANGE- (Republic)
      1936. THE LAWLESS NINETIES- (Republic)
      1936. KING OF THE PECOS- (Republic)
      1936. THE OREGON TRAIL- (Republic)
      1936. WINDS OF THE WASTELAND- (Republic)
      1936. THE LONELY TRAIL- (Republic)
      1936. THE SEA SPOILERS- (Universal)
      1936. CONFLICT- (Universal)
      1937. CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD- (Universal)
      1937. I COVER THE WAR- (Universal)
      1937. IDOL OF THE CROWDS- (Universal)
      1937. ADVENTURES END- (Universal)
      1937. BORN TO THE WEST(Helltown)- (Paramount)
      1938. THE PAINTED TRAIL- (Monogram)
      1938. PALS OF THE SADDLE- (Republic)
      1938. OVERLAND STAGE RAIDERS- (Republic)
      1938. SANTA FE STAMPEDE- (Republic)
      1938. RED RIVER RANGE- (Republic)
      1939. THE NIGHT RIDERS- (Republic)
      1939. THREE TEXAS STEERS- (Republic)
      1939. WYOMING OUTLAW- (Republic)
      1939. NEW FRONTIER- (Republic)
      1939. STAGECOACH- (United Artists)
      1939. ALLEGHENY UPRISING- (RKO)
      1940. DARK COMMAND- (Republic)
      1940. THREE FACES WEST- (Republic)
      1940. THE LONG VOYAGE HOME- (United Artists)
      1940. SEVEN SINNERS- (Universal)
      1941. THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS- (Paramount)
      1941. A MAN BETRAYED- (Republic)
      1941. LADY FROM LOUISIANNA- (Republic)
      1941. LADY FOR A NIGHT- (Republic)
      1942. REAP THE WILD WIND- (Paramount)
      1942. THE SPOILERS- (Universal)
      1942. IN OLD CALIFORNIA- (Republic)
      1942. FLYING TIGERS- (Republic)
      1942. REUNION IN FRANCE- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1942. PITTSBURGH- (Universal)
      1943. A LADY TAKES A CHANCE- (RKO)
      1943. IN OLD OKLAHOMA(War of the Wildcats)- (Republic)
      1944. THE FIGHTING SEABEES- (Republic)
      1944. TALL IN THE SADDLE- (RKO)
      1945. FLAME OF THE BARBARY COAST- (Republic)
      1945. BACK TO BATAAN- (RKO)
      1945. DAKOTA- (Republic)
      1945. THEY WERE EXPENDABLE- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1946. WITHOUT RESERVATIONS- (RKO)
      1946. DESERT COMMAND - (Mascot )
      1947. ANGEL AND THE BADMAN- (Republic)
      1947. RED RIVER- (United Artists)
      1947. TYCOON- (RKO)
      1948. FORT APACHE- (RKO)
      1948. 3 GODFATHERS- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
      1949. WAKE OF THE RED WITCH- (Republic)
      1949. SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON- (RKO)
      1949. THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN- (Republic)
      1949. SANDS OF IWO JIMA- (Republic)
      1950. JET PILOT-(RKO/Universal)
      1950. RIO GRANDE- (Republic)
      1951. OPERATION PACIFIC- (Warner Bros)
      1951. FLYING LEATHERNECKS- (RKO)
      1952. THE QUIET MAN- (Republic)
      1952. BIG JIM McLAIN- (Warner Bros)
      1953. TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY- (Warner Bros)
      1953. ISLAND IN THE SKY- (Warner Bros)
      1953. HONDO- (Warner Bros)
      1954. THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY- (Warner Bros)
      1954. THE CONQUEROR- (RKO)
      1955. THE SEA CHASE- (Warner Bros)
      1955. BLOOD ALLEY- (Warner Bros)
      1956. THE SEARCHERS- (Warner Bros)
      1957. THE WINGS OF EAGLES- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
      1957. I MARRIED A WOMAN- (RKO/Universal )
      1957. LEGEND OF THE LOST- (United Artists)
      1958. THE BARBARIAN & THE GEISHA- (20th. Century Fox)
      1959. RIO BRAVO- (WB)
      1959. THE HORSE SOLDIERS- (United Artists)
      1960. THE ALAMO- (United Artists)
      1960. NORTH TO ALASKA- (20th. Century Fox)
      1961. THE COMANCHEROS- (20th. Century Fox)
      1962. THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE- (Paramount)
      1962. THE LONGEST DAY- (20th. Century Fox)
      1962. HOW THE WEST WAS WON- (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)/Cinerama)
      1962. HATARI!- (Paramount)
      1963. DONOVANS REEF- (Paramount)
      1963. McLINTOCK- (United Artists)
      1964. THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD- (United Artists)
      1964. THE MAGNIFICENT SHOWMAN(Circus World)- (Paramount)
      1965. IN HARMS WAY- (Sigma/Paramount)
      1965. THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER- (Paramount)
      1966. CAST A GIANT SHADOW- (United Artists)
      1967. ELDORADO- (Paramount)
      1967. THE WAR WAGON- (Universal)
      1968. THE GREEN BERETS- (Warner Bros)
      1968. HELLFIGHTERS- (Universal)
      1969. TRUE GRIT- (Paramount)
      1969. CHISUM- (Warner Bros)
      1969. THE UNDEFEATED- (20th.Century Fox)
      1970. RIO LOBO- (Cinema Centre/20th.Century Fox)
      1971. BIG JAKE- (National General/Cinema Centre)
      1971. THE COWBOYS- (Warner Bros)
      1972. CANCEL MY RESERVATION- (Warner Bros)
      1973. THE TRAIN ROBBERS- (Warner Bros)
      1973. CAHILL:- U.S. MARSHAL- (Warner Bros)
      1974. McQ- (Warner Bros)
      1975. BRANNIGAN- (United Artists)
      1975. ROOSTER COGBURN AND THE LADY- (Universal)
      1976. THE SHOOTIST- (Paramount)

      Total 177

      Duke could have appeared in many others, see:-

      JW Films (1925-1931)

      Duke also appeared in the following:-

      1932. Hollywood Handicap, the 20 minute short (Universal)
      1932. Running Hollywood 20 minute short (Universal)
      1932. Voice of Hollywood no 13, The 12 minute short (Tiffany)
      1940. Screen Snapshots (Series 19, No 10 minute short (Republic)
      1940. Melody Ranch
      1941. Meet the stars number 8 aka Stars Past and Present 9 minute short (Republic)
      1945. George White's Scandals
      1946. Desert Command (Feature film version of Three Musketeers Serial from 1934)
      1947. Friendship Train, features stars during World War II for war effort, including JW 14 minute short

      Duke was Producer on:-

      1951. Bullfighter and the Lady
      1953. Hondo 3D television Broadcast 1991 with introduction by Marissa Wayne
      1953. Plunder of the Sun
      1954. Ring of Fear
      1954. Track of the Cat
      1956. Goodbye My Lady
      1956. 7 Men from Now
      1956. Gun the Man Down aka Arizona Mission
      1956. Man in the Vault
      1958. China Doll

      Duke is featured in:-

      1958. Escort West (widescreen and pan and scan versions)
      1984. Allegheny Uprising
      1998. Playboy's: The story of X, 100 years of adult films and its stars
      2005. Munich
      2006. Bandits of the Badlands
      2006. This film is not yet rated (At 68 minutes there is a short clip from the green berets)
      2007. Transformers movie on DVD 75 and extras on DVD 76

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      Any discussion here:-
      Duke's Filmography- Discussion
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Filmography

      arthurarnell wrote:

      Hi

      Very interesting topic although I think Duke did more than feature in Allaghaney Uprising or to give it its English name The first rebel.

      Regards

      Arthur


      Arthur, the version mentioned (an edited feature)
      was one that was released in 1984.
      Of course Duke starred in the 1939 feature film,
      and that is rightfully listed in the Filmography,
      and reviewed here!!
      Allegheny Uprising
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      Thanks to Elly,
      This 'find' Careful Please ,also changes the history of
      Duke's Filmography.
      It has been long considered that
      Brown of Harvard was the first movie where Duke was first visibly seen,
      now this has changed, well at least for the time being.
      If the production dates run true, which I feel sure they do,
      then Careful Please now becomes that 'first' movie!
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England
    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      Hi Keith

      this also casts doubt over when JW met Ford.

      JW said Ford asked Hamilton to give him bit parts. If this is correct then

      JW met Ford BEFORE 7 February 1926

      and as I have it on good authority that these shorts were 2 months from start of production to release

      JW met Ford Before December 1925

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    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      Elly wrote:

      Hi Keith

      this also casts doubt over when JW met Ford.

      JW said Ford asked Hamilton to give him bit parts. If this is correct then

      JW met Ford BEFORE 7 February 1926

      and as I have it on good authority that these shorts were 2 months from start of production to release

      JW met Ford Before December 1925

      Elly, I agree!

      We all believed Duke met Ford on the Fox sets,
      from your research, it could be, that he met him on the Hamilton sets.
      However, did he indeed meet Ford, say about the time of
      The Iron Horse etc.

      Interesting stuff, all this!
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England
    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      ethanedwards wrote:

      Elly, I agree!

      We all believed Duke met Ford on the Fox sets,
      from your research, it could be, that he met him on the Hamilton sets.
      However, did he indeed meet Ford, say about the time of
      The Iron Horse etc.

      Interesting stuff, all this!


      Well you must be psychic

      I just waded through the 2 hr 29 min US version of the Iron Horse looking for JW as my thinking was that could have been where JW met Ford and O'Brien and

      there were sheep in the Iron horse and something about that and references to JW being hired to herd sheep was nagging at me.

      It has taken almost 20 hours of stop start slow, ultra slow viewing and the result is I MAY have spotted JW.

      I say MAY because I would like to look at the UK version first. (slightly better quality but shorter at 2hrs 12 minutes)

      The Iron Horse was released 4 October 1925

      BUT it premiered in New York 28 August 1924

      afi.com/members/catalog/DetailView.aspx?s=&Movie=9950

      So was JW in the movies before August 1924?

      I am bothered by the fact that if this is correct why this film was never mentioned by JW or Ford.

      I know Ford was a contrary old...... but he has cited the Iron Horse as his favourite film.

      I am going to post a new topic specifically asking for references about when JW met Ford and see what we can turn up. As well as doing further library research myself.

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    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      Hi Keith

      What you say about JW being in school etc is generally what is said in most of the books I have read. However we do know that whilst in school he was also making films

      Brown of Harvard - Production started September 1925

      Careful please - Production started December 1925

      Bardelys - Production started March 1926

      Great K&A train robbery _ Production started May 1926

      All during JW Freshman year.

      I have read a few time JW did part-time jobs to pay for his college. I have never once read for example JW worked at the seven-eleven to suppliment his scholarship.

      Was this what was meant? part-time holiday, weekend or evening work in the movies? Any movies and any studios that would give him work?
      After all of the four films mentioned above only the great K&A train robbery was produced by Fox.

      I am now of the opinion that a lot of references are just clues and when you get a few together, read between the lines, make allowances for faded memories then you follow it up!

      There were sheep in Mother Machree as well as geese.





      ethanedwards wrote:

      Elly, from my research for what it's worth.
      I read in all my books that Duke was very much in college
      in and around 1924/25, and it was his meeting with Tom Mix,
      in June 1926, that Mix invited the young footballers,
      to the Fox Studios for summer jobs.!!
      There is no mention of Duke being involved
      in movie studios before this time!!

      In that's the case, how did he get involved with Lloyd Hamilton,
      if in fact this was earlier?
      Unless of course he met Hamilton later in his series of comedies,
      which would explain Careful Please in 1926.

      So Iron Horse could prove correct.
      I hope your hours of wading through this film are fruitful
      as once again you could be altering history
      and all the associated books will have to updated!!

      Yes he did herd sheep, but in which film?

      Mother Machree is the gaggle of geese, so where were the sheep?

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    • Re: Duke's Filmography- Discussion

      I'm not really sure exactly where to post this, but since it concern's John Wayne's 1936 film, The Oregon Trail, I figure here might be good place. I came across this article today from BBC news magazine. It's a good read, and the article contains a couple of links to clips of John Wayne interviews (including part of the Parkinson interview from 1974). All I can say regarding the article is, What A Find! Here's the URL: bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24407455
      "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them" It may be time worn, but it's the best life-creed I know.