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  • Hi Kevin here from Australia. Many thanks to you all for finding out about the John Wayne ad. I began to think maybe I was imagining I had seen the ad. Come to think of it, I can't remember how long ago it was but 10-15 years seems about right. Anyway, another question....As well as John Wayne I also loved watching Jimmy Stewart, Kirk Douglas and Alan Ladd. I know John worked with jimmy and Kirk, but did He work with Alan Ladd on any productions? Mabye some movies have slipped my mind?

  • Hi My name is Kevin and I'm from Western Australia. what I am looking for is any information on a t.v. advertisement I saw only once and I would love to have a record of it on youtube or some kind of video. The ad featured John Wayne sitting at a bar and being threatened by some bad types. The bad types keep threatening John and He says if there's any trouble he will call on his friends. The bad guys say, who? John points to the other end of the bar and all four, Ben, Adam, hoss and little Joe l…

  • Thanks Arthurarnell, I'd forgotten about glenn ford. I must add William Holden to my list although I'v only seen him in a couple of westerns.... Kevin.

  • For me John Wayne was the best ever Cowboy. Coming in at number 2 is James Stewart followed by Alan ladd,Clint Eastwood and Gary cooper ( I thought Kirk Douglas did a great job on War Wagon as a "Partner" to John) Can anybody tell me if there is an official list of "Greatest Cowboys"???

  • Hi Chester and your Mrs. Well, I'm from a suburb called Woodvale in Western australia. If you look at a map of Australia, on the west side is a city called Perth, Woodvale is about 20 Kilometres ( 13 Miles approx) North of the city. When I worked for a Hotel near Perth city, we had a guest who was from Seattle, and he mentioned that he would recommend to anyone going over to the U.S.A. to take a holiday up the West coast of America ( Along the coast) and return down the very same west side but a…

  • Many thanks Mark and Keith, I will now go out and try to find "True Grit" to buy.

  • Quote: “Originally posted by [email protected] 31 2006, 08:15 PM Hello and welcome to the board, kevinglarking. You just found the best board on the web about John Wayne. Hope to see you around more. Now, to your question...it puzzles me a little because the scene you describe about John Wayne getting bushwacked in the beginning of a film and pushing the guy into a puddle is from [b]The Shootist. But you also stated that you just finished watching that movie. So maybe there is another that isn't comi…

  • Hi, My name is Kevin Larkin and I like to think I am a huge John Wayne fan. Over here in Australia The "Duke"was much loved and admired. My feelings of John Wayne are that he typified what a real human being should be like....Tough yet gentle when needed, straightforward and upfront yet understanding, determined but flexible. I, like all of you people in America admired John and as the years go by, we need people like him more and more. Anyway, to my question.... Can anyone tell me which movie h…