no not unless you count a 5 oclock shadow, ot the gotee he wore while playing gingus kahn
This is one of my favorite John Wayne movies and the name of the young actors that played JD Cahill's sons were Gary Grimes and Clay O'Brien. I thought they both did a great job. When sharing the screen with someone with the 'presence' that Wayne had could diminish lessor actors but the boys didn't lose an inch.
He did a couple of times. But his character when playing a criminal was always good at heart. I think he made a point to make the outlaw have a code of ethics so the audience could relate to them on some level. For example, in his last movie The Shootist his character was a gunfighter. But Wayne portrayed him not as a mean man but as a flawed and all too human man.
Other films John Wayne in which played disreputable characters include:
Trouble Along the Way -- corrupt college football coach
Reap the Wild Wind -- makes money by causing sea wrecks and then "salvaging" the wrecks, little better than a pirate
Pittsburgh -- self-centered industrialist
In all of these films, and in the others that I can recall, Wayne's character has the integrity to recognize that was he is doing is wrong, and to willingly accept the consequences of this wrong. I've seen over 120 films with The Duke, and in none did he play an out and out bad guy.
John Wayne died of stomach cancer on June 11, 1979.
According to IMDb, John Wayne appeared in nearly 250 movies.
True Grit (1969).
It's rumored that he had size 7 feet...most base this conclusion on the fact that at Mann's Theaters his boots left imprints that were very small. Others claim he wore a size 11. Wayne was nearly 6'4" tall and to suggest he had size 7 feet would be hard to believe...although anything is possible. I'm 6'3" and have size 9 1/2....so 2 1/2 sizes smaller might not be too far away from the truth.
Lauren Bacall once said in an interview that Wayne had small feet.Thats why he had that peculiar walk,according to Bacall.
I tend to agree with the size 7 shoe size. My wife and I also visited Mann's Theaters in L.A. Ca. and we were both surprised to see the name "JOHN WAYNE" next to a pair of narrow and small boot imprints. I am a short man of 5'7" and I wear a size 8 1/2 shoe. I placed my foot over Wayne's boot imprint and the entire boot imprint was covered (couldn't be seen) I then placed my foot along side the imprint and my 8 1/2 foot made his boot imprint look like a small boy's boot. I'm convinced that Hollywood can make these actors look any way they want us to "BELIEVE" them to be. Hollywood created this tough big cowboy image of Mr. Wayne (I'm almost sure he was a tall man) but It appears that Mr. Wayne had very small feet for his height.....
John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara made five movies together... The Quiet Man, Rio Grande, McLintock, Big Jake, and The Wings of Eagles.
she and john Wayne made Five movies together
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Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
John Wayne Gacy died on May 10, 1994 at the age of 52.
John Wayne: Received the degrees of Masonry Marion McDaniel Lodge No. 56, Tucson, Arizona in 1970, Also a senior DeMolay, York Rite, and a Shriner.
Here's a photo of him in his Masonic apron: http://hamiltonlodge344.com/WAYNE.JPG
Online sources list John Wayne as being anywhere from 6' 2" - 6' 4 1/2". Others claim he was only 5' 6" and wore high-heeled boots and a tall toupee (hairpiece).
Mattie Ross-14year old girl
Rooster Cogburn- Federal Marshall
Le Beouf-Texas Ranger
As he was a huge man it could be size no 10. Most sources list his boot size at 11.
Never. His home until his death in June 1979 was Newport Beach, California, before that he lived for many years in Encino, a suburb of L.A.
They did film exteriors for Rooster Cogburn on the Rogue River in Oregon.
What a great question! This was one of my favorite scenes from the movie. I think the priest was fishing for trout. Thanks to Maureen O'Hara the big guy got away.
Patrick, Melinda, Aissa, Ethan and Marisa. (His two eldest children, Michael and Antonia are deceased.)
John Wayne lived in a time when sexual orientation was not openly discussed, but all indications are that he was heterosexual.
As far as we are concerned, John Wayne was a straight man. He had children with his wives and there is no evidence of him being gay, not that there would be anything wrong with that; he's still the DUKE!
It's surprising how often this question comes up.
Wayne was many things but gay was not one of them. He was married three times (all women), fathered seven children, had several high profile affairs (also women) and was heterosexual.
They co-starred in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and in The Shootist . They were both on-screen in How the West Was Won , but never together, and Wayne's appearence was little more than a cameo.
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