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Director Andrew V. McLaglen Dead At Age 94; "Chisum" And "The Wild Geese" Among His Credits

4 September 2014 9:46 PM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

McLaglen with his father Victor on the set of Rawhide with Clint Eastwood.

Andrew V. McLaglen, the son of famed character actor Victor McLaglen, who went on to a successful career as both a television and feature film director, has died at age 94. McLaglen got into directing by working on popular television Westerns in the 1950s and 1960s such as "Rawhide" and "Have Gun, Will Travel". He collaborated with John Wayne on the 1963 Western comedy "McLintock!", which proved to be a boxoffice smash. He would collaborate with Wayne on numerous other films such as "Hellfighters", "Cahill: U.S. Marshall", "The Undefeated" and their most acclaimed joint project, the 1970 Western "Chisum" which proved to be a favorite of President Richard M. Nixon. (Some of Nixon's  political adversaries  theorized that the film inspired him to launch the secret war in Cambodia.) McLaglen also excelled at making action adventure films such as »

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