John Wayne and Howard Hawks: 1975 Oscars

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John Wayne presents an Honorary Award to Howard Hawks, a master American filmmaker whose creative efforts hold a distinguished place in world cinema, at the 47th Academy Awards. Hosted by Shirley MacLaine.

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  • Kevin -

    Duke conveniently left out Rio Lobo in the list of movies he made with Hawks. It was 5 movies not 4.

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