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The Untold Truth Of John Wayne

Rio Bravo. North to Alaska. True Grit. The Cowboys. This is just a small sprinkling of the 179 movies actor John Wayne appeared in between 1926 and his death in 1979. Over 40 years later, Wayne remains an American icon for his roles in Westerns and war movies. Dozens of books have been written about Wayne and his illustrious career, which spanned exactly 50 years, according to the Internet Movie Database. He was, according to almost everyone, a family man dedicated to his roles in Westerns and w

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    The Untold Truth Of John Wayne - Grunge

    The Untold Truth Of John Wayne - Grunge

    Rio Bravo. North to Alaska. True Grit. The Cowboys. This is just a small sprinkling of the 179 movies actor John Wayne appeared in between 1926 and his death in 1979. Over 40 years later, Wayne remains an American icon for his roles in Westerns and war movies. Dozens of books have been written about Wayne and his illustrious career, which spanned exactly 50 years, according to the Internet Movie Database. He was, according to almost everyone, a family man dedicated to his roles in Westerns and war movies throughout his career.

    The Dark Side Of John Wayne - Grunge

    The Dark Side Of John Wayne - Grunge

    John Wayne is an iconic American. He's rough, he's tough, and he makes guns go "pew-pew" in a manly, American fashion. Wayne is the type of cowboy that rural folks wish they were and that our grandparents romanticized. The actor starred in over 90 films during his career, many of which were westerns, and there isn't a household in the country that hasn't seen a single one of his films. Well, there might be, but they probably aren't reading this article.

    The Tragic Death Of John Wayne - Grunge

    The Tragic Death Of John Wayne - Grunge

    You could probably call him Marion Morrison and he'd answer, since that was his name at birth. Alliterative, but not quite – there. His friends and fans called him Duke, which was the name of his childhood dog, and in fact, his first screen credit was "Duke Morrison."

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