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Tag: John Wayne

The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)

Once again teaming with director Richard Thorpe, long time MGM contract star, Robert Taylor, scores a movie role that plays like a five to ten year old discarded script meant […]

Circus World (1964)

This Henry Hathaway directed feature for big budget specialist, Samuel Bronston, is surely the rarest of all John Wayne films made from 1960 onward till his final role as The […]

Shadow of The Hawk (1976)

While the lake in the backdrop of British Columbia, Canada looks peaceful in this Canadian produced thriller, if one looks closely you’ll see scores of dead fish washed ashore and […]

Father Is a Bachelor (1950)

Just prior to having his career go into overdrive with the release of Sunset Boulevard and elevating him onto the “A” list of actors about tinsel town, William Holden starred […]

Any Which Way You Can (1980)

Like plenty of sequels, this Clint and Clyde follow up to Every Which Way But Loose has most of the old gang dropping in yet doesn’t quite measure up to […]

The Quiet Man (1952)

I guess John Ford’s The Quiet Man proves that I’m just a romantic at heart. I mean the whole world knows that John Wayne is a cowboy, a man’s man, […]

Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

aka … Night of the Dark Full Moon … aka Deathouse … ( that’s the name on the print I located and not what I’d call perfect grammar) Years before […]

Hoodlum Empire (1952)

Directed by Joseph Kane for Herbert J. Yates’ Republic Pictures, this black and white crime drama features a large canvas of characters who all converge in the present and a […]

War of the Wildcats (1943)

aka In Old Oklahoma From a marketing perspective it’s awfully easy to see why this has become better known as War of the Wildcats. I mean seriously, if I’m to […]

Cover Up (1949)

When Dennis O’Keefe arrives by train over the Christmas season in Junction City, little does he know that a mystery is going to run deep in the community. While in […]

The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968)

I really don’t give a damn what anyone else thinks. I’d rather watch this revenge minded biker flick than Easy Rider most any day of the week. There I’ve said […]

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