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1. John Ford John Ford Director, The Searchers John Ford came to Hollywood following one of his brothers, an actor. Asked what brought him to Hollywood, he replied "The train". He became one of the most respected directors in the business, in spite of being known for his westerns, which were not considered "serious" film. He won six Oscars, counting (he always did) the two that he won for his WWII documentary work...
2. John Ford Noonan John Ford Noonan Actor, Adventures in Babysitting
3. John Ford Coley John Ford Coley Soundtrack, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
4. Mark-John Ford Mark-John Ford Director, Half Time and Down Mark-john was born in the East End of London. His parents then moved to south London where he and his younger sister grew up on the well publicized Thamesmead estate. He took up boxing for the Lion ABC boys club at a young age, located on the Hoxton-Shoreditch borders, a mildly gentrified corner of London's East End...
5. John Ford-Dunker John Ford-Dunker Actor, Pinching Penny
6. John Ford John Ford Actor, Fitzgerald
7. John Ford John Ford Writer, Syskonbädd 1782
8. John Ford John Ford Actor, Man of Affairs John Ford was born March 1915 in Cardiff, Wales and was brought up in Kensington, London. After attending Westminster School, he studied acting at RADA. In 1936, he met fellow actor Jean Winstanley, whilst they were understudying the leading roles in John Geilgud's Shakepearian production of Romeo Juliet and they married three months later...
9. John Ford John Ford Editor, The Hand Bra by Rebecca Romijn
10. John Ford John Ford Cinematographer, Test of FAITH: Does Science Threaten Belief in God?
11. John Ford John Ford Actor, Nullarbor Hideout
12. John Ford Puskar John Ford Puskar Actor, Death Stop Holocaust
13. John Ford John Ford Self, Music for You
14. John Ford John Ford Actor, A Cry in the Dark
15. John Ford John Ford Director, Lifetime Guarantee
16. John Ford John Ford
17. John Ford John Ford Producer, Fearless
18. John Ford John Ford Camera and Electrical Department, Britain's Got Talent
19. John Ford John Ford
20. John Ford John Ford Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Anaktoron
21. John Ford John Ford Visual Effects, Behind the Scenes of Hilary Duff's Pregnancy Secrets
22. John Ford John Ford
23. John Ford John Ford Transportation Department, How to Slay a Vampire
24. John Ford John Ford Actor, Sneak Out! Late Night Tomfoolery for the Early Adolescent
25. John Ford John Ford Editorial Department, Assignment Discovery
26. John Ford John Ford Composer, Guitarchestra, Live at the Green Country Event Center
27. John Ford John Ford Art Department, The Wannabe
28. John Ford John Ford Camera and Electrical Department, George Takei's Allegiance
29. John Ford John Ford Miscellaneous Crew, Shut Up and Drive
30. John Ford John Ford Camera and Electrical Department, Ransom
31. John Ford John Ford Cinematographer, A Fall
32. John Ford John Ford Cinematographer, Jump Rhythm Jazz Project: Getting There
33. John Ford John Ford Art Department, Moscow on the Hudson
34. John Ford John Ford Location Management, Remains
35. John Ford John Ford Actor, Pambihirang dalawa (Sa combat)
36. John Ford John Ford Miscellaneous Crew, Grandpa's Magical Toys
37. John Ford John Ford Miscellaneous Crew, Ghost of Goodnight Lane
38. John Ford John Ford Self, Emerald City
39. John Ford John Ford Self, Daisy Red Ryder: A History
40. John Ford John Ford Actor, Curse of the Slasher Nurse
41. John Ford John Ford
42. John Ford John Ford Art Department, A Mighty Wind
43. John Ford John Ford Self, 1989 NFL Draft
44. John Ford John Ford Actor, Quiet Desperation
45. John Ford Jr. John Ford Jr. Visual Effects, Sin City
46. John Ford John Ford Miscellaneous Crew, Let's Spend the Night Together
47. John Ford John Ford Actor, Shoestring Theatre
48. John Ford John Ford Cinematographer, In His Steps: The Series
49. John Ford John Ford Writer, Shadow of the Boomerang
50. John Ford John Ford Camera and Electrical Department, Choosing One's Way: Resistance in Auschwitz/Birkenau
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