Duke's Filmography

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    There are 16 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by chester7777.

    • Colorado Bob wrote:

      I'm not really sure exactly where to post this, but since it concern's John Wayne's 1936 film, The Oregon Trail, I figure here might be good place. I came across this article today from BBC news magazine. It's a good read, and the article contains a couple of links to clips of John Wayne interviews (including part of the Parkinson interview from 1974). All I can say regarding the article is, What A Find! Here's the URL: bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24407455
      A bit late but a great read. I missed this originally when you posted.
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    • Kevin wrote:

      Colorado Bob wrote:

      I'm not really sure exactly where to post this, but since it concern's John Wayne's 1936 film, The Oregon Trail, I figure here might be good place. I came across this article today from BBC news magazine. It's a good read, and the article contains a couple of links to clips of John Wayne interviews (including part of the Parkinson interview from 1974). All I can say regarding the article is, What A Find! Here's the URL: bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24407455
      A bit late but a great read. I missed this originally when you posted.
      I, too, missed it the first time around, and concur that it was a most interesting article. Thanks for resurrecting it, Kevin! Thanks, Bob, for posting in the first place!

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