A cattle baron's peaceful life is threatened by corrupt government officials, but gets a helping hand from an unlikely ally- Billy the Kid. With a strong supporting cast, Wayne could play this role blindfolded.
Red, white and blue pro-Vietnam war story. More like propaganda than entertainment, but John Wayne chews the dialogue and swaggers around loving every minute of it!
Humorous St. Patrick Day favorite about a former prizefighter who returns to his native Ireland and falls in love. Nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
Cast A Giant Shadow movie trailer - starring John Wayne, Frank Sinatra, Kirk Douglas, Angie Dickinson, Yul Brynner, Senta Berger. Directed by Melville Shavelson. Genre: Action-Adventure
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While visiting a remote island with friends, two young girls discover a cache of mob money. as well as a clan of bloodthirsty cannibals who pick off the vacationers one by one. The girls manage to escape but are kidnapped years later by wiseguys hell-bent on getting back their loot. Forced back to the island to find the treasure, the girls and their captors instead find nothing but trouble. Also more notoriously known as Please Don't Eat the Babies, this strange shocker was one of the last horror films from independent producer Mardi Rustam (Eaten Alive, Evils of the Night).
John Wayne stars as an aging ornery cop sent from the rough-and-tumble beat of Chicago to merry ol' England to retrieve a fugitive racketeer. Richard Attenborough co-stars.
John Wayne cast aside his usual Western gear to portray a tough Irish-American detective on assignment in London to catch a crook who fled the United States to avoid extradition. Wayne's partner in criminal hunting is a British Inspector (Richard Attenborough) with a very different personal style. After a rough bit, they become partners and cooperate in a rousing batch of car chases, false and good leads, booby traps, etc., before they trap their man. Detective Wayne finds time for some heavy flirting with constable Judy Geeson (TO SIR, WITH LOVE), who would prefer that Wayne's flirting was considerably less heavy. Screenplay co-written by Christopher Trumbo (son of Dalton Trumbo).
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