1 edition of The John Wayne story found in the catalog.
The John Wayne story
|Statement||George Carpozi, Jr|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 948 vol. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||98809404|
Antiquitates apostolicae, or, The history of the lives, acts and martyrdoms of the Holy Apostles of our Saviour...being a continuation of Antiquitates Christianae, or, The life and death of the Holy Jesus.
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John Wayne's secretary and girlfriend, Pat Stacy, participates in the only available video interview unearthed so far of her years spent with Duke. The video quality drops considerably in quality.
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John Wayne used ‘a terrible word’ While the interview is over 50 years old, it resurfaced on Twitter which went viral last month. Many slammed the movie star for the disparaging remarks he : Josh Milton. Note: I'm not positive this book is based on the John Wayne movie of the same name, but it sure looks like John Wayne in the artwork on the cover.
The movie was based on a. Look Inside John Wayne's House in California. Perhaps in the last analysis this is a larger and more solid image of John Wayne than the familiar Author: Sam Burchell.
Ed Rampell and Luis I. ReyesThis Memorial Day is the centennial of John Wayne, bornin Winterset, Iowa. The Harris poll of America’s favorite movie stars places the Duke at No. Book tells how John Wayne survived Soviet assassination a film historian and author of John Wayne - The Man Behind The Myth, said Gerasimov told Stalin of Wayne's fervent anti-communist.
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Although they were never married, John Wayne and Maureen O Author: Niall O'dowd. In the book “John Wayne: The Life and Legend,” author Scott Eyman says Wayne had a three-year affair with Marlene Dietrich, but his romance with longtime friend Maureen O’Hara lasted even.
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Except, one learns from Scott Eyman’s exhaustive new biography, John Wayne: the Life and Legend, Wayne was a rather more cultivated man than his movie persona allowed.
He was a. Here are Some Stories From Pat Stacy's Book "Duke A Love Story" that She Did after Duke's Passing. I was lucky to been a part of it. Most of the Stories are Fun Stories, But the Last Story is About Duke's Passing and is a VERY SAD STORY, and She Was At Duke's Bed Side at His Passing With Patrick Wayne One Of Duke's Older Sons!!.
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John Wayne’s final film The Shootist () (pictured left) was a fitting valedictory to his career. The story of an aging gunfighter who learns he's dying of cancer, it featured a thoughtful, mature lead performance that suggested Wayne knew all too well the parallels between himself and his character.
Hollywood stars John Wayne and Steve McQueen apparently found new faith — and not a moment too soon. Friday, is the birthday of Wayne, born Marion Robert Morrison in Winterset, Iowa, in He died on Jat the age of 72, from stomach cancer (after surviving lung cancer).