History Creator / JohnWayne

15th Nov '16 3:38:02 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* ''[[Film/BackToBataan Back to Bataan]]'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.

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* ''[[Film/BackToBataan Back to Bataan]]'' ''Film/BackToBataan'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.



* ''Film/RioBravo'' (1959): Teaming up with Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, and Walter "Old Codger Voice" Brennan, Wayne as "Sheriff John Chance" has to keep a criminal in jail despite the efforts of his rich, unscrupulous brother.

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* ''Film/RioBravo'' (1959): Teaming up with Dean Martin, Music/DeanMartin, Ricky Nelson, and Walter "Old Codger Voice" Brennan, Wayne as "Sheriff John Chance" has to keep a criminal in jail despite the efforts of his rich, unscrupulous brother.



* ''Film/HowTheWestWasWon'': Wayne plays General Sherman in the "Civil War" storyline.

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* ''Film/HowTheWestWasWon'': ''Film/HowTheWestWasWon'' (1962: Wayne plays General Sherman in the "Civil War" storyline.



* ''Film/ElDorado'' (1966): Basically a remake of ''Film/RioBravo'' by the same director and writer but with Creator/RobertMitchum as Wayne's drunken friend and a young James Caan as TheGunfighterWannabe.

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* ''Film/ElDorado'' (1966): Basically a remake of ''Film/RioBravo'' by the same director and writer but with Creator/RobertMitchum as Wayne's drunken friend and a young James Caan Creator/JamesCaan as TheGunfighterWannabe.
24th Oct '16 3:31:15 PM libertydude
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* ''Film/TheSonsOfKatieElder'' (1965): A [[TheWestern Western]] involving a group of brothers returning home for their mother's funeral and uncovering suspicious activity involving their dead father. Wayne played the oldest brother [[TheDanza John Elder]], and was made right after Wayne finished his first fight with cancer.
19th Sep '16 3:01:08 PM themisterfree
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His son Patrick is infamous for (badly) hosting the 1990 version of ''Series/TicTacDough'' and respected by cinephiles as a good character actor in many of Creator/JohnFord's films.

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His son Patrick is infamous for (badly) hosting the 1990 version of ''Series/TicTacDough'' and respected by cinephiles as a good character actor in many of Creator/JohnFord's films.
films, but is conversely reviled by game show fans for (badly) hosting the 1990 version of ''Series/TicTacDough''.
19th Aug '16 8:10:45 PM Doug86
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* ''Film/InHarmsWay'' (1965): A WorldWarII WarEpic centering on a group of naval officers in the first years of WorldWarII. Shortly after filming finished, Wayne was diagnosed with lung cancer.

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* ''Film/InHarmsWay'' (1965): A WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII WarEpic centering on a group of naval officers in the first years of WorldWarII.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Shortly after filming finished, Wayne was diagnosed with lung cancer.
15th Aug '16 9:06:16 AM stuthehistoryguy
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* ''Film/SheWoreAYellowRibbon'' (1949): Wayne is Nathan Brittles, an aging cavalry commander with one last duty before retirement: stop an Indian tribe from attacking a fort. Notable because he was playing a 65 year old man at the age of 35, and yet he's so convincing, many people born since Wayne died have a hard time placing it at the '''start''' of his career.

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* ''Film/SheWoreAYellowRibbon'' (1949): Wayne is Nathan Brittles, an aging cavalry commander with one last duty before retirement: stop an Indian tribe from attacking a fort. Notable because he was playing a 65 year old man at the age of 35, 42, and yet he's so convincing, many people born since Wayne died have a hard time placing it at the '''start''' of his career.
15th Aug '16 9:04:51 AM stuthehistoryguy
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* ''[[Film/BackToBataan Back to Batann]]'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.

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* ''[[Film/BackToBataan Back to Batann]]'' Bataan]]'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.
15th Aug '16 9:04:22 AM stuthehistoryguy
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* ''Film/TheFlyingTigers'' (1942): Wayne plays the Colonel in charge of the American Volunteer Group in a propaganda film finish just after Pearl Harbor

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* ''Film/TheFlyingTigers'' (1942): Wayne plays the Colonel in charge of the American Volunteer Group in a propaganda film finish finished just after Pearl Harbor
15th Aug '16 9:03:46 AM stuthehistoryguy
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* ''{{Film/BackToBataan}}'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.

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* ''{{Film/BackToBataan}}'' ''[[Film/BackToBataan Back to Batann]]'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.
15th Aug '16 9:02:39 AM stuthehistoryguy
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* ''{{Film/Bataan}}'' (1943) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.

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* ''{{Film/Bataan}}'' (1943) ''{{Film/BackToBataan}}'' (1945) Another propaganda film, Wayne leads a typically ethnic platoon in the desperate, doomed defense of the Bataan peninsula in the Philippines in 1941-42.
14th Aug '16 12:27:03 PM Bauglir100
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* ''Film/TheShootist'' (1976): Wayne's final role, in which he plays J.B. Books, a gunman dying of cancer who wants to end his life in peace (not coincidentally, Wayne's own cancer was in remission; it would kill him three years later).

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* ''Film/TheShootist'' (1976): Wayne's final (onscreen) role, in which he plays J.B. Books, a gunman dying of cancer who wants to end his life in peace (not coincidentally, Wayne's own cancer was in remission; it would kill him three years later).later).
* ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars]]'' (1977): Wayne made an uncredited cameo as the voice of the Imperial spy Garindan. His voice was heavily processed and edited beyond recognition, presumably from archive footage.
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