The legendary John Wayne had one star who he often said was the “worst actor” in Hollywood for many years.
Angie Dickinson has never forgotten what it was like to work with John Wayne on the 1959 movie “Rio Bravo,” saying “it was heaven.”
Kirk Douglas and Frank Sinatra put politics aside to honor the Hollywood legend John Wayne days before he died back in 1979.
Angie Dickinson spent decades working in Hollywood, but working with John Wayne on “Rio Bravo” is something she’s never forgotten.
John Wayne’s former Californi ranch which is described as being “very masculine” is on the market for a whopping $12 million.
In the wake of the tragic death of Raquel Welch, a clip has surfaced of her having some fun with John Wayne decades ago.
John Wayne may finally have been vindicated as the claims made against him by Sacheen Littlefeather are being called into question.
Sacheen Littlefeather’s sisters are claiming that she was not actually Native American, and was instead of Mexican heritage.
Sacheen Littlefeather is dead at 75 weeks after she publicly blasted John Wayne for infamous incident at the 1973 Academy Awards ceremony.
Marsha Hunt, a Hollywood actress who starred with John Wayne in a 1937 film, has passed away at the age of 104.
Sacheen Littlefeather is blasting John Wayne for what she describes as the “most violent moment” in the history of the Oscars.
John Wayne once spoke out against Kirk Douglas for one of his most acclaimed roles, saying he “shouldn’t play weak characters.”
Fans will be shocked to learn that John Wayne refused to work with Clint Eastwood, and blasted one of his most popular movies.
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Kirk Douglas and John Wayne had disagreements on the set of ‘The War Wagon’, but their working relationship is a testament to tolerance.
John Wayne, who died from cancer after beating it once, wanted to use is image and likeness to fight the disease.
John Wayne’s final film wasn’t The Shootist. It was actually ‘Star Wars.’ I know, I couldn’t believe it either.
John Wayne was not to be trifled with on-set, as a young Robet Duvall almost learned the hard way while filming ‘True Grit’.