John Wayne vol.2 - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 100

A Chronology of John Wayne Movie Posters vol.2 1940-1959.

John Wayne (1907-1979) was born 'Marion Morrison' in Winterset, Iowa.

The Hollywood legend appeared in 50 movies between 1940 and 1959, this hub showcases poster art from 34 of them.

Dark Command (1940)
Dark Command (1940)

Dark Command (1940) Directed by Raoul Walsh. 94mins.

Claire Trevor - Mary McCloud
John Wayne - Bob Seton
Walter Pidgeon - William 'Will' Cantrell
Roy Rogers - Fletch McCloud

Also starring George 'Gabby' Hayes, Porter Hall and Marjorie Main.

Based on the novel by W.R. Burnett, published in 1938.

John Wayne's first starring role was in The Big Trail (1930) directed by Raoul Walsh, Dark Command was the only other film the two would work together on.

Nominated for 2 Oscars - Best Music (Victor Young) and Best Art Direction.

Tagline - A drama of undying love

IMDB rating 6.8

The Long Voyage Home (1940)
The Long Voyage Home (1940)

The Long Voyage Home (1940) Directed by John Ford. 105mins.

John Wayne - Olsen
Thomas Mitchell - Driscoll
Ian Hunter - Smitty

Also starring Barry Fitzgerald, Wilfrid Lawson, Mildred Natwick and Ward Bond.

Based on the play by Eugene O' Neill

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Screenplay.

Tagline - John Ford's epic of savage emotions!

IMDB rating 7.0

Seven Sinners (1940) Belgian poster
Seven Sinners (1940) Belgian poster

Seven Sinners (1940) Directed by Tay Garnett. 87mins.

Marlene Dietrich - Bijou
John Wayne - Dan

Also starring Albert Dekker, Broderick Crawford, Anna Lee, Mischa Auer and Oskar Homolka.

Romantic drama set in the South Seas.

The first of three films pairing Marlene Dietrich with John Wayne.

UK title - Cafe of the Seven Sinners.

Tagline - She's Dynamite...Tearing Through A Lawless Pacific Paradise!

IMDB rating 6.8

Reap the Wild Wind (1942)
Reap the Wild Wind (1942)

Reap the Wild Wind (1942) Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. 123mins.

Ray Milland - Stephen Tolliver
John Wayne - Capt. Jack Stuart
Paulette Goddard - Loxi Claiborne

Also starring Raymond Massey, Robert Preston, Susan Hayward and Charles Bickford.

Adventure based on a story by Thelma Strabel, published in 1940.

The first of only 9 films starring or co-starring John Wayne in which he dies by the end of the movie.

When the film was re-released in 1954 Wayne was given top billing.

Nominated for 3 Oscars winning 1 - Best Special Effects.

Tagline - Cecil B. DeMille's Greatest Triumph Out-Thrills All Other Screen Spectacles!

IMDB rating 6.7

Flying Tigers (1942)
Flying Tigers (1942)

Flying Tigers (1942) Directed by David Miller. 102mins.

John Wayne - Capt. Jim Gordon
John Carroll - Woody Jason
Anna Lee - Brooke Elliott

Also starring Paul Kelly, Gordon Jones and Mae Clarke.

WWII War in the Pacific.

Nominated for 3 Oscars - Best Music (Victor Young), Best Sound Recording and Best Special Effects.

Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor helped make Flying Tigers one of the bggest hits of 1942.

Tagline - SEE These Sky-Devils Avenge Pearl Harbor and Strike Terror on Tokyo!

IMDB rating 6.7

In Old Oklahoma (1943)
In Old Oklahoma (1943)


In Old Oklahoma (1943) Directed by Albert S. Rogell. 102mins.

John Wayne - Daniel F. Somers
Martha Scott - Catherine Elizabeth Allen
Albert Dekker - Jim 'Hunk' Gardner

Also starring George 'Gabby' Hayes, Marjorie Rambeau and Dale Evans.

The only film in which Wayne plays a pharmacist ( Wayne's father was actually a licensed pharmacist).

Working title - Gold Runs the River.

IMDB rating 6.2

The Fighting Seabees (1944) Belgian poster
The Fighting Seabees (1944) Belgian poster

The Fighting Seabees (1944) Directed by Edward Ludwig. 100mins.

John Wayne ... Lt. Cmdr. Wedge Donovan
Susan Hayward ... Constance Chesley

Also starring Dennis O'Keefe, William Frawley, Leonid Kinskey & Paul Fix

The US Navy's Construction Battalions Division is nicknamed the "Seabees" and their motto is "We Build, We Fight".

The film is dedicated to the "Civil Engineer Corps and the Construction Battalions - the Seabees of the United States Navy who have fired the imagination of the world with their colorful exploits throughout the Seven Seas."

Oscar nomination for Best Music Scoring.

Tagline - The thrilling story of America's supermen!

IMDB rating 6.3

Flame of Barbary Coast (1945) Italian poster
Flame of Barbary Coast (1945) Italian poster

Flame of Barbary Coast (1945) Directed by Joseph Kane. 91mins.

John Wayne - Duke Fergus
Ann Dvorak - Ann 'Flaxen' Tarry

Also starring Joseph Schildkraut, William Frawley, Virginia Grey and Russell Hicks.

UK title - Flame of the Barbary Coast

Adventure set in San Francisco 1906, ending with the great earthquake which levelled the city.

Oscar nominations for Best Music Scoring and Best Sound Recording.

Tagline - The brawling, colorful story of the queen of hearts and the ace of gamblers... with a shock climax such as the screen has never known!

IMDB rating 6.1

Back to Bataan (1945)
Back to Bataan (1945)

Back to Bataan (1945) Directed by Edward Dmytryk. 95mins.

John Wayne - Col. Joseph Madden
Anthony Quinn - Capt. Andres Bonifacio

Also starring Beulah Bondi, Fely Franquelli, Richard Loo and Lawrence Tierney

Working title - The Invisible Army

Based on real events - WWII 1942 The US Army versus the Japanese in the Philippines.

Tagline - The Story of the "Invisible Army of the Philippines"

IMDB rating 6.5

They Were Expendable (1945)
They Were Expendable (1945)

They Were Expendable (1945) Directed by John Ford. 135mins.

Robert Montgomery - Lt. John Brickley
John Wayne - Lt. J.G. 'Rusty' Ryan
Donna Reed - Lt. Sandy Davyss

Also starring Jack Holt, Ward Bond and Marshall Thompson.

War drama based on the book by William Lindsay White, published in 1942.

Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Three defend the Philippines from the Japanese in WWII - December 1941 to April 1942.

Oscar nominations for Best Sound Recording and Best Special Effects.

Tagline - A Spine-Tingling Thundering Saga Of The Sea!

IMDB rating 7.2

Angel and the Badman (1947)
Angel and the Badman (1947)

Angel and the Badman (1947) Directed by James Edward Grant. 100mins.

John Wayne - Quirt Evans
Gail Russell - Penelope Worth

Also starring Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot, Irene Rich and Lee Dixon.

Wayne's first producing credit.

Tagline - He lived only for revenge...She lived only for his love!

IMDB rating 6.7

Fort Apache (1948) Japanese poster
Fort Apache (1948) Japanese poster
Fort Apache (1948)
Fort Apache (1948)

Fort Apache (1948) Directed by John Ford. 125mins.

John Wayne - Capt. Kirby York
Henry Fonda - Lt. Col. Owen Thursday

Also starring Shirley Temple, John Agar, Ward Bond, Pedro Armendariz and Victor McLaglen.

Loosely based on the story "Massacre" by James Warner Bellah.

First entry in John Ford's acclaimed "cavalry trilogy", followed by She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) and Rio Grande (1950).

WGA Nomination for Best Written American Western.

Tagline - John Ford's Masterpiece of the Frontier!

IMDB rating 7.6

Red River (1948) Belgian poster
Red River (1948) Belgian poster
Red River (1948)
Red River (1948)

Red River (1948) Directed by Howard Hawks. 133mins.

John Wayne - Thomas Dunson
Montgomery Clift - Matt Garth
Joanne Dru - Tess Millay
Walter Brennan - Nadine Groot
John Ireland - Cherry Valance

Also starring Coleen Gray, Noah Beery, Harry Carey & Harry Carey Jr.

One of the all time best westerns.

Based on the story "Blazing Guns on the Chisholm Trail" by Borden Chase.

Red River cost $3m to produce and was one of the biggest hits of the year grossing $9m in America alone.

John Ford saw the film and was especially impressed with Wayne's performance as Tom Dunson, Ford reportedly said "I didn't know the big son of a b!tch could act!"

Oscar nominations for Best Screenplay and Best Film Editing.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Selected for Preservation by the National Film Registry in 1990.

Tagline - In 25 Years, Only Three! "The Covered Wagon", "Cimarron" and now Howard Hawks' "Red River"

IMDB rating 7.8

3 Godfathers (1948)
3 Godfathers (1948)


3 Godfathers (1948) Directed by John Ford. 106mins.

John Wayne - Robert Marmaduke Hightower
Pedro Armendáriz - Pedro Roca Fuerte
Harry Carey Jr. - William Kearney

Also starring Ward Bond, Mildred Natwick and Jane Darwell.

Western based on the novelette by Peter B. Kyne.

Tagline - John Ford's Legend of the Southwest!

IMDB rating 7.0

Wake of the Red Witch (1948)
Wake of the Red Witch (1948)

Wake of the Red Witch (1948) Directed by Edward Ludwig. 106mins.

John Wayne - Capt. Ralls
Gail Russell - Angelique Desaix

Also starring Gig Young, Adele Mara, Luther Adler and Henry Daniell.

Sea drama based on the novel of the same name by Garland Roark, published in 1946.

The second film showing Wayne wrestling with a giant squid, Reap the Wild Wind (1942) was the first, Wayne survives this encounter.

Tagline - Romance! Adventure!...as wild as the RAGING SEAS!

IMDB rating 6.6

The Fighting Kentuckian (1949)
The Fighting Kentuckian (1949)

The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) Directed by George Waggner. 100mins.

John Wayne - John Breen
Vera Ralston - Fleurette De Marchand

Also starring Philip Dorn, Oliver Hardy, Marie Windsor and John Howard.

Western adventure chiefly notable for the appearance of comedy legend Oliver Hardy as Wayne's sidekick, one of the few films he made without Stan Laurel.

Tagline - Rougher, Tougher, More Romantic That Ever!

IMDB rating 6.2

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) Directed by John Ford. 103mins.

John Wayne - Capt. Nathan Brittles
Joanne Dru - Olivia Dandridge
John Agar - Lt. Flint Cohill

Also starring Ben Johnson, Harry Carey Jr, Victor McLaglen and Mildred Natwick.

Classic western in glorious Technicolor and the 2nd film in John Ford's 'cavalry trilogy'.

Based on a story by James Warner Bellah.

One of the biggest hits of the year.

Oscar winner for Best Cinematography.

WGA Nomination for Best Written American Western

Tagline - John Ford's New and Finest Picture of the Fighting Cavalry!

IMDB rating 7.3

Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)
Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)

Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) Directed by Allan Dwan. 100mins.

John Wayne - Sgt. John M. Stryker

Also starring John Agar, Adele Mara, Forrest Tucker, Wally Cassell and James Brown.

Popular war movie - USA vs Japan in the battle for Iwo Jima.

Recreates the iconic image of US Marines raising the American flag on Mount Suribachi.

Kirk Douglas was considered for the lead role.

Nominated for 4 Oscars - Best Screenplay, Best Actor (John Wayne), Best Film Editing and Best Sound Recording.

Tagline - A great human story... makes a mighty motion picture.

IMDB rating 7.1

Rio Grande (1950) Spanish poster
Rio Grande (1950) Spanish poster
Rio Grande (1950)
Rio Grande (1950)

Rio Grande (1950) Directed by John Ford. 105mins.

John Wayne - Lt. Col. Kirby Yorke
Maureen O'Hara - Mrs. Kathleen Yorke

Also starring Ben Johnson, Claude Jarman, Harry Carey Jr & Chill Wills

Western based on the short story "Mission with no Record" by James Warner Bellah, published in 1947.

Third and last movie in John Fords 'cavalry trilogy'.

Maureen O'Hara's first of five films with Wayne.

Patrick Wayne's film debut.

WGA Nomination for Best Written American Western

Tagline - The Breathtaking Saga of the United States Cavalry!

IMDB rating 7.2

Operation Pacific (1951)
Operation Pacific (1951)

Operation Pacific (1951) Directed by George Waggner. 111mins.

John Wayne - Lt Cmdr. Duke Gifford
Patricia Neal - Lt. Mary Stuart

Also starring Ward Bond, Scott Forbes, Philip Carey and William Campbell.

WWII Submarine drama.

Wayne wasn't happy with the film complaining that it had too much romance for a war movie.

Tagline - Up from the Floor of the Sea to a High Mark in Excitement!

IMDB rating 6.5

Flying Leathernecks (1951) Belgian poster
Flying Leathernecks (1951) Belgian poster
Flying Leathernecks (1951)
Flying Leathernecks (1951)

Flying Leathernecks (1951) Directed by Nicholas Ray. 102mins.

John Wayne - Maj. Daniel Kirby
Robert Ryan - Capt. Carl Griffin

Also starring Don Taylor, Janis Carter, Jay C. Flippen and William Harrigan.

More WWII action, this time US Marines battle the Japanese at Guadalcanal.

"Leathernecks" is a slang term for the US Marine Corps.

Tagline - Air-Devils of the Sky!

IMDB rating 6.2

The Quiet Man (1952) Belgian poster
The Quiet Man (1952) Belgian poster

The Quiet Man (1952) Directed by John Ford. 129mins.

John Wayne - Sean Thornton
Maureen O'Hara - Mary Kate Danaher

Also starring Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen and Mildred Natwick.

Classic romantic comedy based on a story by Maurice Walsh, published in 1933.

Taking a break from war films and westerns John Wayne plays an ex-heavyweight boxer who travels to Ireland to reclaim his family's farm. Naturally he falls in love with fiery red-head Maureen O'Hara...

One of the top 10 box office hits of 1952

Nominated for 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (Victor McLaglen), winning 2 - Best Director and Best Cinematography.

DGA Winner for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

WGA Winner for Best Written American Comedy

Tagline - Action...Excitement...Romance...Fill the Screen.

IMDB rating 7.9

Hondo (1953) Italian poster
Hondo (1953) Italian poster

Hondo (1953) Directed by John Farrow. 83mins.

John Wayne - Hondo Lane
Geraldine Page - Angie Lowe

Also starring Ward Bond, Michael Pate, James Arness and Paul Fix.

Based on the story "The Gift of Cochise" by Louis L 'Amour, published in 1952.

Another iconic role for John Wayne.

Katharine Hepburn was considered for the female lead.

Filmed in 3D and WarnerColor.

The film was remastered, restored and released on DVD in 2005.

Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress (Geraldine Page).

Tagline - ...they called him 'HONDO'.

IMDB rating 7.1

The High and the Mighty (1954)
The High and the Mighty (1954)

The High and the Mighty (1954) Directed by William A. Wellman. 141mins.

John Wayne - Dan Roman
Claire Trevor - May Holst

Also starring Laraine Day, Robert Stack, Jan Sterling, Phil Harris and Robert Newton.

Disaster movie based on the novel by Ernest K. Gann who also wrote the screenplay.

A commercial arliner has engine trouble and more problems develop during the flight. John Wayne and Robert Stack are the pilots.

The film was a big hit at the time, helped by the success of the theme song which was a chart topper.

One of the movies spoofed in the hit comedy Airplane (1980).

Nominated for 6 Oscars including Best Director, Best Supporting Actresses (Claire Trevor & Jan Sterling) and Best Song, winning 1 - Best Music (Dimitri Tiomkin)

Tagline - The 2-Year Best-Seller Sensation! The Year's Greatest Cast!

IMDB rating 6.8

The Sea Chase (1955)
The Sea Chase (1955)
The Sea Chase (1955) German poster
The Sea Chase (1955) German poster

The Sea Chase (1955) Directed by John Farrow. 117mins.

John Wayne - Captain Karl Ehrlich
Lana Turner - Elsa Keller

Also starring David Farrar, Lyle Bettger, Tab Hunter & James Arness

WWII drama based on the novel by Andrew Greer.

Wayne plays a Nazi-hating German sea captain.

Director John Farrow is the father of actress Mia Farrow.

Tagline - The elusive sea captain and his blonde woman in an explosive, suspense-packed story of high daring on the high seas!

IMDB rating 6.2

Blood Alley (1955) German poster
Blood Alley (1955) German poster

Blood Alley (1955) Directed by William A. Wellman. 110mins.

John Wayne - Capt. Tom Wilder
Lauren Bacall - Cathy Grainger

Also starring Paul Fix, Berry Kroeger, Mike Mazurki and Anita Ekberg.

Adventure set in China and based on the novel by Albert Sidney Fleischman who also wrote the screenplay.

Robert Mitchum was originally cast as lead actor but was soon fired after shoving the films transportation manager overboard during an argument.

Tagline - Adventure on the danger waters of the Orient!

IMDB rating 6.0

The Conqueror (1956)
The Conqueror (1956)

The Conqueror (1956) Directed by Dick Powell. 111mins.

John Wayne -Temujin 'Genghis Khan
Susan Hayward - Bortai

Also starring Pedro Armendariz, Agnes Moorehead, Thomas Gomez and William Conrad.

John Wayne as Genghis Khan! What were they thinking? The film was critically derided but it was a moneymaker for the studio, costing $6m and earning $9m in the U.S.

Shot in Utah's Escalante Desert, not far from where nuclear bomb testing had been taking place, which gave rise to the belief that John Wayne, Susan Hayward, Dick Powell and other members of the cast and crew contracted cancer from radiation fallout in the area.

Tagline - GENGHIS KHAN! The world trembled at his name!

IMDB rating 3.1

The Searchers (1956)
The Searchers (1956)
The Searchers (1956) Belgian poster
The Searchers (1956) Belgian poster

The Searchers (1956) Directed by John Ford. 119mins.

John Wayne - Ethan Edwards
Jeffrey Hunter - Martin Pawley
Vera Miles - Laurie Jorgensen
Natalie Wood - Debbie Edwards

Also starring Ward Bond, John Qualen, Olive Carey and Henry Brandon as Chief Cicatriz 'Scar'.

One of the greatest westerns ever made, based on a novel by Alan Le May, published in 1954.

John Wayne's favourite film role, he named one of his sons 'Ethan'.

Robert Wagner auditioned for the role of Martin Pawley.

Natalie Wood's sister Lana played the role of Young Debbie Edwards.

Ranked #1 on the American Film Institute's 10 Greatest Westerns list, and #12 on the AFI's 100 Greatest American Movies list.

The Searchers cost $3.75m to produce and went on to gross $9m in America.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Selected for Preservation by the National Film Registry in 1989.

Tagline - He had to find her... he had to find her...

IMDB rating 8.0

The Wings of Eagles (1957) Belgian poster
The Wings of Eagles (1957) Belgian poster

The Wings of Eagles (1957) Directed by John Ford. 110mins.

John Wayne - Frank W. 'Spig' Wead
Dan Dailey - 'Jughead' Carson
Maureen O'Hara - Min Wead

Also starring Ward Bond, Ken Curtis, Edmund Lowe and Kenneth Tobey.

Biopic on the life of aviator Frank Wead, who helped promote US Naval aviation in WWII.

I had to smile at one of the poster taglines (printed below) which desperately tries to reassure audiences that the new film wasn't another dull biopic.

Tagline - Together again for laughs!...those two wonderful Johns of "The Quiet Man" - director John Ford and favorite star John Wayne, with that red-headed honey, Maureen O'Hara, in a high-flying romantic comedy!

IMDB rating 6.6

Jet Pilot (1957)
Jet Pilot (1957)

Jet Pilot (1957) Directed by Josef von Sternberg. 112mins.

John Wayne - Col. Jim Shannon
Janet Leigh - Lt. Anna Shannon

Also starring Jay C. Flippen, Paul Fix, Richard Rober and Hans Conried.

Director Josef von Sternberg started work on the film in 1949, the project dragged on and on for 4 years, the last day of filming was in May 1953. Producer Howard Hughes kept tinkering with the film until finally releasing it in 1957 by which time it looked dated and the reviews were negative.

Tagline - Greatest Air Spectacle of the Jet Age! Earth-shaking, sky-shattering ... SO BIG it took years to make!

IMDB rating 5.6

Legend of the Lost (1957)
Legend of the Lost (1957)

Legend of the Lost (1957) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 109mins.

John Wayne - Joe January
Sophia Loren - Dita
Rossano Brazzi - Paul Bonnard
Kurt Kasznar - Prefect Dukas

Colorful adventure film with Wayne, Loren and Brazzi on a treasure expedition in the Sahara.

James Mason was considered for the Paul Bonnard role.

Filmed in Italy and Lybia.

Tagline - Wayne Tangles with Loren... In the Adventure that's Hotter than 1000 Suns!

IMDB rating 5.8

The Barbarian and the Geisha (1958)
The Barbarian and the Geisha (1958)


The Barbarian and the Geisha (1958) Directed by John Huston. 105mins.

John Wayne - Townsend Harris

Also starring Eiko Ando, So Yamamura and Sam Jaffe.

Drama based on real events.

Wayne and director John Huston did not get along during filming, and never worked together again.

Tagline - The geisha girl they sent to love and to destroy the barbarian from the west!

IMDB rating 5.4

Rio Bravo (1959) French poster
Rio Bravo (1959) French poster
Rio Bravo (1959) German poster
Rio Bravo (1959) German poster

Rio Bravo (1959) Directed by Howard Hawks. 141mins.

John Wayne - John T. Chance
Dean Martin - Dude
Ricky Nelson - Colorado Ryan
Angie Dickinson - Feathers
Walter Brennan - Stumpy

Also starring Ward Bond, John Russell, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez and Claude Akins.

Western classic based on a story by B.H.McCampbell.

First of a loose trilogy of westerns by Howard Hawks and starring John Wayne, the second is El Dorado (1966) and last is Rio Lobo (1970).

The film was a hit grossing $5.5m in North America.

Elvis Presley was considered for the role of Colorado but apparently Colonel Parker advised Elvis against taking it because he wouldn't be top billed.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Tagline - They fought back to back...No quarter given...No quarter asked...No way in...No way out...of Rio Bravo

IMDB rating 8.0

The Horse Soldiers (1959) Japanese poster
The Horse Soldiers (1959) Japanese poster

The Horse Soldiers (1959) Directed by John Ford. 115mins.

John Wayne - Col. John Marlowe
William Holden - Maj. Henry Kendall

Also starring Constance Towers, Judson Pratt, Hoot Gibson and Ken Curtis.

Big budget cavalry western based on the novel by Harold Sinclair.

Set in 1863 during the Civil War and loosely based on real events.

DGA Nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Tagline - John Ford's Thundering Spectacle!

IMDB rating 7.0

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Geekdom 3 years ago

Great follow up to your original John Wayne hub!


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Thanks Geekdom, appreciate that. One more Wayne hub to go and I'll give the poster hubs a break. There are still plenty of famous actors I haven't got to yet. :)


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UnnamedHarald 3 years ago from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

I think my favorite of these is "The Quiet Man"-- maybe it's a guilty pleasure, because the characters are over the top and so stereotyped, but I still enjoy watching it. John Wayne as Genghis Khan??? My thoughts exactly.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

John Wayne should never have made The Conqueror, not only was he miscast as Genghis Khan, the filming locations near atomic testing grounds probably caused the cancer that killed him.

One more John Wayne poster hub to go, I'll post it tonight and take a few days break from hubbing. Like I've always said writing at HP is so relaxing because there is no deadline, we can post our hubs whenever we want. :)

Thanks again for commenting David.


Cogerson 3 years ago

Interesting look at the middle mark of John Wayne's movie career. I have seen most of these movies with The Quiet Man easily being my favorite of all the ones on the hub. Red River and The Searchers oiled be fighting for the second spot.

Voted up and across the board......looking forward to part 3 of John Wayne from 1960-1976.


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Steve Lensman 3 years ago from London, England Author

Thanks for commenting Bruce, always appreciated amigo.

Don't forget Rio Bravo, one of Wayne's best westerns.

Took me 10 months to get to poster hub #100, lets see how long it takes for the next 100. :)

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