The Shootist (1976)

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    • Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft?
      A voiceover in "Star Wars", really?
      Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.
      I bow to your imperial knowledge on this subject and from some googling it appears you are correct.
      Regards
      Robbie
    • Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft?
      A voiceover in "Star Wars", really?
      Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.
      I bow to your imperial knowledge on this subject and from some googling it appears you are correct.
      LOL. No problem at all. Not a bad way for our beloved hero to ride off into the sunset, yes?
    • Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft?
      A voiceover in "Star Wars", really?
      Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.
      I bow to your imperial knowledge on this subject and from some googling it appears you are correct.
      LOL. No problem at all. Not a bad way for our beloved hero to ride off into the sunset, yes?
      I would like to see this clip.
      Regards
      Robbie
    • Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft?
      A voiceover in "Star Wars", really?
      Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.
      I bow to your imperial knowledge on this subject and from some googling it appears you are correct.
      LOL. No problem at all. Not a bad way for our beloved hero to ride off into the sunset, yes?
      I would like to see this clip.
      When Han, Luke, and Leia are running into the hangar to leave Tatooine, the spy who has been tracking them tells the Stormtroopers. That's John Wayne's voice completely doctored. You'll never know it's him but it IS him. [/url][/img]
    • Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      Robbie wrote:

      Rooster52 wrote:

      You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft?
      A voiceover in "Star Wars", really?
      Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.
      I bow to your imperial knowledge on this subject and from some googling it appears you are correct.
      LOL. No problem at all. Not a bad way for our beloved hero to ride off into the sunset, yes?
      I would like to see this clip.
      When Han, Luke, and Leia are running into the hangar to leave Tatooine, the spy who has been tracking them tells the Stormtroopers. That's John Wayne's voice completely doctored. You'll never know it's him but it IS him. [/url][/img]