John Wayne was an American actor and action hero. He starred in such popular films as "The Quiet Man," "Red River," "Apache," "Sands of Iwo Jima" and "Rio Grande." More »

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Car collector and restorer Wayne Carini became famous selling cars to celebrities such as David Letterman. Owner and operator of three successful businesses – F40 Motorsport, Continental Auto Ltd and Carini Carozzeria – ... More »

As of 2015, Youtube.com user WesternTvSeries hosts 21 full-length John Wayne movies on Youtube, including "Rio Lobo," "Fighting Seabees," "War of the Wildcats", "The Man from Utah" and "Texas Terror." Not all of John Way... More »

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John Wayne enjoyed playing chess, and he had a short football career before acting. He was open with his political views, which caused Joseph Stalin to target him for assassination. More »

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Some of John Wayne's notable films include "True Grit," "Stagecoach," "Sands of Iwo Jima," "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" and "McClintock!" Some others are "Fort Apache," "The Quiet Man" and "The Shootist." More »

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John Wayne starred in the films "Fort Apache," "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" and "True Grit." Other John Wayne films include "Red River," "Stage Coach," "Rio Bravo" and "The Quiet Man." Wayne appeared in over 175 mo... More »

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John Wayne first appeared as a leading man in 1930's "The Big Trail," directed by Raoul Walsh. He worked as a film extra while attending college in "Brown of Harvard" (1926) and "Drop Kick" (1927). He also worked as an e... More »

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