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Rio Lobo (1970)

All John Wayne movies are worth watching!

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Big Jake (1971)

Big Jake (1971) John Wayne stars as Jacob McCandles, a rough-and-tumble rancher who's estranged from his wife (Maureen O'Hara). But when a cutthroat gang led by Richard Boone kidnaps his grandson, Big Jake gets the call to rescue him. Patrick Wayne (John Wayne's real-life son) and Chris Mitchum (Robert Mitchum's son) co-star as Jake's grown boys, who accompany him on the long trek that can end only one way -- with the death of the abductors. John Wayne, Richard Boone, Maureen O'Hara...TS…

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John Wayne Ride Him Cowboy Rare 2009 Collectible Mug 14oz

When John Ford directed The Searchers in 1956, he could not have known that he was making one of the greatest films of all time. The story of a man's relentless search for his abducted niece, played by Natalie Wood

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Synopsis: Henry Fonda is a fanatical cavalry commander of a remote outpost bent on leading his men to slaughter. Also featuring John Wayne and Victor McLaglen.Starring: John Wayne, Henry Fonda

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The Quiet Man (1952)

The Quiet Man (1952) - An all-time favorite! Movie Trivia - what 1980's film used a clip from this movie of Maureen O'Hara and John Wayne in a classic on-screen kiss? Hint - it was a Stephen Spielberg blockbuster!

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The Sons of Katie Elder (1965)

Love the similarities between this and Mark Walhberg's "Four Brothers" (a more modernized version IMHO). This also is the movie that got Jenn hooked on John Wayne movies! ;)

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John Wayne and his daughter, Marissa, during a break from filming.

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John Wayne ~ born Marion Robert Morrison; May 26, 1907 – June 11, 1979. He was an American Academy Award winning actor, director and producer who epitomized rugged masculinity with a soft touch. A legend with a career that spanned fifty years.

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ROOSTER COGBURN - John Wayne - Paramount - Sequel to 'True Grit, produced by Hal B. Wallis.

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John Wayne and James Stewart, portrait for "The Shootist," 1972

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