So who are the older Duke Wayne members who are still here?

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    • Greetings Partners!
      I just turned 66, & I believe I’ve been throwing the rope here since (just) 2013.
      It’s a shame nothing has been added to the “available” Filmography in quite some time! It was such fun in the past obtaining that rare “find” on Duke’s list of B&W Oldies.There are several out there that haven’t been released or Lost , and as a very serious JW Film Collector, I research frequently.
      Should any of you Members obtain tips on any rare films of yore, I’d love to hear from any & all of you!
      Happy Holidays to Everyone!
    • Big Iron , "They won't say I'm old to my face."

      Thats because of that "Big Iron" on your hip. lol.
      Marty Robbins song is one of my favorites.
      "Texas Red had not cleared leather, when a bullet fairly ripped."
      "A people that values their Privileges above it's Principles. Soon looses both." Dwight Eisenhower
    • Kevin,

      Thanks for keeping the forum going!

      I’ve been a part of this group since 2006 and though I’m not as active as I used to be I still enjoy reading the posts.

      "I have tried to live my life so that my family would love me and my friends respect me. The others can do whatever the hell they please."
    • I've been here since 2010. Those first years were great. So much on
      "The Quiet Man" and many of dukes movies.
      We went to Ireland in 2007 with a church group, stayed several days after the group left. Went to The Bridge, Cong and the train station.
      Took the Cong tour, loved every minute of it.
      Bought the movie music and some more Irish music. I tip my hat
      to John Ford for the music in his movies.Outstanding, beautiful
      music. He also had people walking around at night playing music
      while making a movie.
      I still may go back to Ireland and Cong. We loved that trip over there. I am part Scotch- Irish. I know that probably means that part is just Scotch, but in my heart I am Irish.
      When i get an email from the website, I usually come here and
      read and make a comment if appropriate. Sometimes i make a comment to bring that page to life. I am 76, but will be around until at least 90.
      "A people that values their Privileges above it's Principles. Soon looses both." Dwight Eisenhower

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    • I have not been on here very long, but have been a J.W. fan since I can remember. I will turn 75 in Jan. and still remember going to the theater every time a new movie came out. In 1954 I was 10 and saw the High and The Mighty. For a year or more after I would whistle the theme song. As of now I have collected 140 of his movies on DVD, and several TV, special appearances and Documentaries. I know that there are still more out there that I haven't acquired yet, but I will keep looking. I used to think I was the biggest J.W. fan, but after finding this site, I see he has quite a lot of big fans.

      Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all
    • Always good to hear from another "old guy". I've got you beat by a couple yrs. I don't have a lot of JW stuff anymore 'cause I'm trying to be sure the young "whippersnappers" know about him and collect his stuff. When we're gone who the hell is going to teach these kids what a real man is like.
      You guys and gals have a Merry Christmas.
      Big Iron
    • So who are the older Duke Wayne members who are still here?


      Merry Christmas back to you @bigiron.

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