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Pinned How Do You Became A John Wayne Fan?

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chickiverson

John Wayne, the hunter (USA and Africa)

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Dr. FM

A remake of ‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’ in the Works at Paramount

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Ringokid

New book call "The John Wayne Locations"

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Ringokid

40 years ago today....

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Big Iron

Introduction

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dukefan1

General "RIP" announcements that might be of interest

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may2

Podcast episode covers the film "The Cowboys"

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dukefan1

News

  • "The John Wayne Locations" is a tour guide that gives directions to the filming sites and what specifically happened there.

    Roland (ITDO the author and member here at the JWMB) needs a little help with pictures that illustrate the work that's done on location (not publicity stills, but candid shots). Roland stated "Sometimes older fans had the chance to actually visit on a location and got their picture taken with Wayne. Those could be interesting as well. Anything that illustrates what was[Read More]
  • Deadline is reporting that
    "Paramount Pictures has set Chap Taylor to script a drama inspired by the 1962 John Ford-directed Western classic The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, which starred John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Lee Marvin. In the original, Stewart played an idealistic lawyer who tries to bring the rule of law to a lawless frontier town. Marvin played Valance, an outlaw headed for a showdown after the lawyer stands up to him. Wayne played a gunslinger who tries to teach
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  • Mark your calendars! True Grit is making a return to theaters for two dates in May 2019.

    Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the classic Western that won John Wayne his first and only Oscar®. The legendary movie star gives his most iconic performance as Rooster Cogburn, a drunken, uncouth and totally fearless one-eyed U.S. Marshall hired by a headstrong young girl (Kim Darby) to find the man who murdered her father. When Cogburn's employer insists on accompanying the older gunfighter, sparks… [Read More]
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  • chickiverson -

    Replied to the thread How Do You Became A John Wayne Fan?.

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    Well, for me I grew up with him and now I'm looking back at old family photos and remembering how wonderful a man he really was. I wanted to also see if there are any new books or pictures of him with my Father, his best friend. They were so close that…
  • Dr. FM -

    Replied to the thread John Wayne, the hunter (USA and Africa).

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    There are (a minimum of) two book with some infos about the hunts of "The Duke". - Scott Eyman's Life and Legend of John Wayne - Hatari bei Michael Milner Both are realative cheap on the used market. Best wishes. F.
  • Just when we thought we have seen everything,,, Oh boy.. Nah,, I cant see it. ?(
  • Ringokid -

    Replied to the thread New book call "The John Wayne Locations".

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    Hi Roland,, I haven't signed onto the site in long while (unfortunately) saw your post. I wanted to know if I was able to help out with your book. I visited the Alamo set in 1988 and took some pictures of the place. Would those be of help and if…