John Wayne

John Wayne great actor and Cowboy.

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John Wayne Actor John Wayne posing without a shirt. I don’t know which movie promotional this was for. [ John Wayne without a shirt ]

Great shot from "The Searchers".

John "The Duke" fuckin' Wayne!

STAGECOACH (1939) - John Wayne as 'The Ringo Kid' - Directed by John Ford - United Artists.

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John Wayne.

John Wayne handsome all scruffy

un trés grand acteur pour moi

May 1907 - June 1979 ~ Marion Robert Morrison/John Wayne

John Wayne  “Sure i wave the American flag. Do you know a better one?”  Happy 4th of July

John Wayne “Sure i wave the American flag. Do you know a better one?” Happy 4th of July

John Wayne en “El Hombre Tranquilo", 1952

Previous Pinner: John Wayne in The Quiet Man----my favorite John Wayne movie

Happy Birthday John Wayne | YouViewed/Editorial

Happy Birthday John Wayne | YouViewed/Editorial

John Wayne I loved him in the movie, "In Harms Way."

John Wayne, dressed as US Navy officer. He did not serve in the military during WW II and was often accused of being a draft dodger. A new book says he wasn't a coward: Wayne wanted to continue his affair with Marlene Dietrich.

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John Wayne as a young man.

John Wayne in The Alamo (1960

American Western actors at its best

John Wayne, portrait for "Rio Lobo," 1970. Vintage color, 14x11, signed. $700 © 1978 David Sutton MPTV

John Wayne Portrait For Rio Lobo 1970

Good man we miss him)Marion Mitchell Morrison (born Marion Robert Morrison; May 1907 – June better known by his stage name John Wayne, was an American film actor, director and An Academy Award-winner, Wayne was among the top bo

At the 1976 Republican National Convention, Ronald Reagan was asked by a reporter if he was nervous about his upcoming speech. "No" said Reagan. "This is nothing. I once had to share the stage with John Wayne."

Bob Hope, John Wayne, Ronald Reagan, Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra.

John Wayne, 1948

"Tomorrow Hopes We Learned Something Yesterday.