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John Wayne: Working with a Western Legend (2005)

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"This country wasn't settled by a bunch of sissies . . . "
4 November 2015 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

" . . . and John Wayne was no sissy, I'll tell you," long-time Wayne Production Co. (Batjac) stuntman Dean Smith says near the end of this 11-minute, 2004 homage to "The Duke," JOHN WAYNE: WORKING WITH A WESTERN LEGEND. This despite the Common Knowledge most Americans share that it was Wayne, occasional co-star (and Democratic Union President, at the time) Ronald Reagan, gun nut Charlton Heston, and other alleged Hollywood "He-Men" who groveled and squealed like pigs before Joe "Mad Dog" McCarthy's infamously Un-American Witch Hunters in the late 1940s and early 1950s. In exchange for snitching out anyone with a Brave Soul in Tinsel Town, Wayne, Reagan, Heston, and others of their LOW NOON ilk got meaningless presidencies (of fraudulent outfits such as the National Rifle Association or the United States of America), while the True Manly heroes, such as the Courageous Jew John Garfield or Errol "ROBIN HOOD" Flynn, were covertly assassinated by the CIA's Black Ops gangsters. Smith's assessment of Wayne also comes despite the fact that the Duke's multiple-times director, William A. Wellman, "outed" John in several documentaries.


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