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Born:26 May 1907Winterset, Iowa, USA
Known As:Henry, the Ringo Kid"Stagecoach" (1939)
Trivia:Was 6' 4" tall.
Played a leading role in 142 movies.
John Wayne's production company, Batjac, was originally to be called
Batjak, after the ship owned by his character in the film "Reap the
Wild Wind" A secretary's typo while she was drawing up the papers
resulted in it being called Batjac, and Wayne, not wanting to hurt her
feelings, kept her spelling of it.
(1950) Nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar
for "Sands of Iwo Jima" (1949).
(1961) Nominated for Best Picture Oscar for "The Alamo" (1960).
(1970) Won the Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar
for: "True Grit" (1969).
His appearance on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" in 1979 showed he had a
sense of humor by his agreeing to appear in a pink fluffy bunny suit.
(October 1997) Ranked #16 in Empire (UK) magazine's
"The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list.
Video:TVGuide.comJohn Wayne Videos.
Filmography:The Internet Movie DatabaseJohn Wayne Filmography.
John Wayne Link:Newt's John Wayne Site
Departed:11 June 1979Los Angeles, California, USA
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