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  • John Wayne had a massive impact on pop culture. For example, one of Lady Gaga‘s songs is called “John Wayne.” Gaga revealed the song reflects her relationship with her father and other men.

    Gaga became known for dance-pop hits like “Poker Face” and “Born This Way.” In 2016, she released an album called Joanne which contained more of a country music influence than her previous albums. During a 2016 interview with Apple Music, Gaga said she didn’t want to overly concern herself with… [Read More]
  • When you find yourself in Fort Worth, you can stop by a museum dedicated to one of America's greatest actors.

    John Wayne might not have been a Texas native, but he always had a fondness for the Lone Star State.

    "He's done a lot of movies about Texas and certainly about American heritage," says son Patrick Wayne, who became a Hollywood actor in his own right, "and the core values of what it means to be an American are strongly felt here down in Texas."

    In the Fort Worth Stockyards, you can… [Read More]
  • Watch the Duke on INSP TV during the month of December!

    Whether he’s headed into dangerous Apache territory, on a quest to bring a man’s murderer to justice, or battling greedy landowners, The Duke makes the season bright all month long.

    Give yourself the gift of John Wayne at his fighting best – and laugh along with him and Lucille Ball on The Lucy Show, too! All air times are ET.

    December 2021

    12/3, 8PM: Rio Lobo

    12/4, 8PM: The War Wagon

    12/4,10:30PM: The Lucy Show

    12/5: 12:30AM:… [Read More]


  • Moonshine_Sally -

    Replied to the thread Last Non Western You Watched.

    Murder at 1600 with Wesley Snipes. I propably saw it in the cinema back in the 90's but that, I can't remember. Really enjoyed watching it this time. Very good entertainment.
  • dukefan1 -

    Replied to the thread What Was The Last Western You Watched?.

    I remember watching that film a good while back. I have always loved Liam Neeson, so I had to watch this. I remember it being a good film, but the ending was a little different. Mark
  • Moonshine_Sally -

    Replied to the thread What Was The Last Western You Watched?.

    Seraphim Falls. Not a too bad western genre film. I had never heard of it before but it was a good watch.
  • MichaelHarrison -

    Replied to the thread Glasses.

    Quote from dukefan1: “Can you elaborate on why your father thought Duke had contacts in? I am curious now. lol Mark ” It was because Wayne's eyes were shining so much during the dinner scene. Contact lenses were made from glass when the film was…

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