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Actor John Wayne During Filming of Western Movie "The Undefeated"

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John Wayne ~ he was excused from United States Military Services due to physical ailments. He was used in many wartime films, & showed much compassion for all soldiers.

"When I started, I knew I was no actor and I went to work on this Wayne thing. It was as deliberate a projection as you'll ever see. I figured I needed a gimmick, so I dreamed up the drawl, the squint and a way of moving meant to suggest that I wasn't looking for trouble but would just as soon throw a bottle at your head as not. I practiced in front of a mirror." -- John Wayne

“When I started, I knew I was no actor and I went to work on this Wayne thing. It was as deliberate a projection as you’ll ever see. I figured I needed a gimmick, so I dreamed up the drawl, the squint.

The Searchers (1956) was a commercial success, although it received no Academy Award nominations. Since its release, it has come to be considered a masterpiece, and one of the greatest and most influential films ever made. It was named the greatest American western by the American Film Institute in 2008, and it placed 12th on the same organization's 2007 list of the 100 greatest American movies of all time.  Entertainment Weekly also named it the best western. The British Film Institute's…

The Searchers (1956) was a commercial success, although it received no Academy Award nominations. Since its release, it has come to be considered a masterpiece, and one of the greatest and most influential films ever made. It was named the greatest American western by the American Film Institute in 2008, and it placed 12th on the same organization's 2007 list of the 100 greatest American movies of all time. Entertainment Weekly also named it the best western. The British Film Institute's…

“I knew a guy who stood like that all the time. And the pose always seemed so lonely to me. I thought it would work well in that last shot.”  If you do not know who the "guy" is, then you may not be a true John Wayne fan.

What some consider the best western ever made, John Ford's The Searchers. In this scene John Wayne offers a tribute to one of his mentors, Harry Carey Sr.

The Lonely Trail    1936 theatrical poster  Directed by	Joseph Kane  Produced by	Nat Levine  Written by	Bernard McConville  Jack Natteford  Starring	John Wayne  Ann Rutherford  Cinematography	William Nobles  Editing by	Robert Jahns  Release date(s)	  May 25, 1936

The Lonely Trail is a 1936 American Western film starring John Wayne and Ann Rutherford.

John Wayne & Maureen O'Hara ❤

Duke and Maureen made 5 films together: Big Jake, McLintock!, The Wings of Eagles, The Quiet Man and Rio Grande. Maureen had a long lasting friendship with Duke and director John Ford. (loved John Wayne with Maureen O'Hara.