that John Wayne was born Marion Robert Morrison in
Winterset, Iowa on May 26, 1907?
that his middle name was soon changed from
Robert to Mitchell when his parents
decided to name their next son Robert?
that John Wayne's nickname was
Duke, after his pet dog?
that John Wayne won a football scholarship to the
University of Southern California (USC)?
that John Wayne was 6'-4" tall ?
that after spending many years as a B-Western
star, the film that made John Wayne a featured film star was
that John Wayne won his best
actor Oscar for his role in True Grit?
that John Wayne
is pictured on a 37-cent USA commemorative stamp in the Legends of
Hollywood series, issued September 9, 2004, as Ethan Edwards The
that in a 1969 appearance on TV's "Laugh-In,"
John Wayne appeared in a Pink fluffy bunny suit ?
that John Wayne played the
leading part in 142 movies?
that in early Westerns, John Wayne plays a
singing cowboy, Singin' Sandy?
Stony Brooke was John Waynes character's name in
his "Three Mesquiteers" series?
that Dark Command was the 1940 film that
included both John Wayne and Roy Rogers?
that in the movie She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
John Wayne had the line, "Never apologize, Mister, it's a sign of
that Rio Grande was the first movie that
John Wayne teams with actress Maureen O'Hara in the numerous movies
they played in?
that in the movie "Rio Bravo" John Wayne
was 52 years old and Angie Dickinson was 28 years old?
that John Wayne died, at the age
of 72, from stomach cancer on June 11, 1979, at the UCLA Medical
Center, Los Angeles, California?
that John Wayne is buried
Pacific View Memorial Park Cemetery, Corona del Mar, California, Plot:
Bayview Terrace, section 575?