John Wayne … Iconic Images / 1934 / Part 2

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The Man from Utah

The Man from Utah

The Man from Utah 2

The Man from Utah 3

The Man from Utah 4

The Man from Utah 5

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The Lucky Texan

The Lucky Texan

The Lucky Texan 2

The Lucky Texan 3

The Lucky Texan 4

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The Lawless Frontier

The Lawless Frontier

The Lawless Frontier 2

The Lawless Frontier 3

The Lawless Frontier 4

The Lawless Frontier 5

The Lawless Frontier 6

The Lawless Frontier 7

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Blue Steel

Blue Steel

Blue Steel 2

Blue Steel 3

Blue Steel 4

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Neath the Arizona Skies

Neath the Arizona Skies

Neath the Arizona Skies 2

Neath the Arizona Skies 3

Neath the Arizona Skies 4

Neath the Arizona Skies 5

Neath the Arizona Skies 6

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5 Responses to “John Wayne … Iconic Images / 1934 / Part 2”

  1. imustseemovie.com March 29, 2016 at 6:33 pm #

    I love his movies

    • jcalberta March 29, 2016 at 7:19 pm #

      Here’s John, in his prime, age 27 (in 1934) – the Dirty Thirties – making these all these “B Westerns” – which are not even regarded as Art by the film critics – and still a few years away (1939) from John Ford’s historic breakthrough Western, ‘Stagecoach’ – which changed everything – by showing that Westerns could be legitimate Art and elevated John into mainstream film Stardom.
      He paid his dues.

      • imustseemovie.com March 29, 2016 at 7:57 pm #

        Like your comment I agree with it

  2. Marilyn Armstrong March 30, 2016 at 9:20 pm #

    Great posters! Forwarding to Garry. I think he needs a “Duke” fix!

    • jcalberta March 31, 2016 at 1:09 am #

      A lot more coming. No shortage of material on The Duke.

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