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The Shootist

Paramount (1976)

John Wayne (John Bernard Books), 

Lauren Bacall, Ron Howard, James Stewart, 

Richard Boone. Directed by Don Siegel. 

Technicolor; 1.85:1; 99 mins. ©1976 

Dino De Laurentiis Corp.

Rooster Cogburn

Universal (1975)

John Wayne (Reuben “Rooster” Cogburn), Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Zerbe, Richard Jordan, John McIntire. Directed by Stuart Millar. Technicolor; Panavision/2.39:1; 107 mins. ©1975 Universal Pictures. 

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Good movie

Brannigan

United Artists (1975)

John Wayne (Lt. Jim Brannigan), Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, Mel Ferrer, John Vernon. Directed by Douglas Hickox. Color by De Luxe; Panavision/2.39:1; 111 mins. ©1975 United Artists Corp.

McQ

Warner Bros. (1974)

John Wayne (Det. Lt. Lon McQ), Eddie Albert, Diana Muldaur, Colleen Dewhurst, Clu Gulager. Directed by John Sturges. Technicolor; Panavision/2.39:1; 111 mins. ©1974 Warner Bros., Inc.

Cahill United States Marshal    

Warner Bros. (1973)

John Wayne (U.S. Marshal J.D. Cahill), George Kennedy, Gary Grimes, Neville Brand, Clay O'Brien. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Technicolor; Panavision/2.39:1; 102 mins. ©1973 Warner Bros., Inc. 

 

Watched

The Train Robbers

Warner Bros. (1973)

John Wayne (Lane), Ann-Margret, Rod Taylor, Ben Johnson, Christopher George. Directed by Burt Kennedy. Technicolor; Panavision/2.39:1; 92 mins. ©1973 Warner Bros., Inc.

The Cowboys

Warner Bros. (1972)

John Wayne (Wil Andersen), Roscoe Lee Browne, Bruce Dern, Colleen Dewhurst, Slim Pickens. Directed by Mark Rydell. Technicolor; Panavision/2.39:1; 134 mins. including overture, entr'acte and exit music which was not included in the 128m:06s theatrical release. ©1971 Sanford Productions, Inc. and Warner Bros., Inc. 

 

Good Movie

Big Jake

National General (1971)

John Wayne (Jacob “Big Jake” McCandles), Richard Boone, Patrick Wayne, Christopher Mitchum, Bruce Cabot. Directed by George Sherman. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 110 mins. ©1971 Batjac Productions, Inc. 

 

Watched

Rio Lobo

National General (1970)

John Wayne (Col. Cord McNally), Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O'Neill, Jack Elam, Christopher Mitchum. Directed by Howard Hawks. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 114 mins. ©1970 Malabar Productions, Inc. 

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Watched

Chisum

Warner Bros. (1970)

John Wayne (John Simpson Chisum), Forrest Tucker, Christopher George, Ben Johnson, Glenn Corbett. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 111 mins. ©1970 Batjac Productions, Inc. and Warner Bros., Inc. 

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 Watched

The Undefeated

20th Century-Fox (1969

John Wayne (Col. John Henry Thomas), Rock Hudson, Antonio Aguilar, Roman Gabriel, Marian McCargo. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Color by De Luxe; Panavision/2.35:1; 118 mins. ©1969 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 

 

Good movie

True Grit

Paramount (1969)

John Wayne (Rooster Cogburn), Glen Campbell, Kim Darby, Jeremy Slate, Robert Duvall. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 128 mins. ©1969 Paramount Pictures Corp., Hal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen [Hal Wallis Productions]. 

 

Good movie

Hellfighters

Universal (1968)

John Wayne (Chance Buckman), Katharine Ross, Jim Hutton, Vera Miles, Jay C. Flippen. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 121 mins. ©1968 Universal Pictures.

The Green Berets

Warner Bros.-Seven Arts (1968)

John Wayne (Col. Mike Kirby), David Janssen, Jim Hutton, Aldo Ray, Raymond St. Jacques. Directed by John Wayne and Ray Kellogg. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 142 mins. ©1968 Batjac Productions, Inc. and Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc. 

 

Good movie

The War Wagon

Universal (1967)

John Wayne (Taw Jackson), Kirk Douglas, Howard Keel, Robert Walker, Keenan Wynn. Directed by Burt Kennedy. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 101 mins. ©1967 Batjac Productions, Inc. and Universal Pictures. A Batjac-Schwartz production.

El Dorado

Paramount (1967)

John Wayne (Cole Thornton), Robert Mitchum, James Caan, Charlene Holt, Paul Fix. Directed by Howard Hawks. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 126 mins. ©1966 Paramount Pictures Corp. and Laurel Productions. 

 

Watched

The Sons of Katie Elder

Paramount (1965)

John Wayne (John Elder), Dean Martin, Martha Hyer, Michael Anderson, Jr., Earl Holliman. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 122 mins. ©1965 Paramount Pictures Corp

 

Watched

In Harm's Way

Paramount (1965)

John Wayne (Capt. Rockwell “Rock” Torrey), Kirk Douglas, Patricia Neal, Tom Tryon, Paula Prentiss. Directed by Otto Preminger. b&w; Panavision/2.35:1; 167 mins. ©1965 Sigma Productions, Inc. 

 

Good movie

Circus World    

Paramount (1964)

John Wayne (Matt Masters), Claudia Cardinale, Rita Hayworth, Lloyd Nolan, Richard Conte. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Technicolor; Super Technirama-70 [35mm/8 perf. horizontal/24fps; presented in single-film Cinerama for roadshow engagements]/2.20:1; 138 mins. ©1964 Bronston-Midway Productions.

McLintock!

United Artists (1963)

John Wayne (George Washington McLintock), Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Stefanie Powers, Jack Kruschen. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. Technicolor; Panavision/2.35:1; 127 mins. ©1963 Batjac Productions, Inc. 

 

Watched

Donovan's Reef

Paramount (1963)

John Wayne (Michael Patrick “Guns” Donovan), Lee Marvin, Elizabeth Allen, Jack Warden, Cesar Romero. Directed by John Ford. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 109 mins. ©1963 Paramount Pictures Corp. and John Ford Productions, Inc. 

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Funny movie

How the West Was Won

Cinerama Releasing Corp. (1962)

Carroll Baker, Lee J. Cobb, Henry Fonda, Carolyn Jones, Karl Malden, [John Wayne (Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman) 12th-billed]. Directed by John Ford, Henry Hathaway and George Marshall. Technicolor; Cinerama [triple 35mm/6 perf. vertical/24fps]/2.65:1; 165 mins. including opening, intermission and exit music (153 mins. without music). ©1962 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. and Cinerama, Inc.

The Longest Day

20th Century-Fox (1962)

Eddie Albert, Paul Anka, Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Richard Beymer, [John Wayne (Lt. Col. Benjamin Vandervoort) last-billed]. Directed by Ken Annakin, Andrew Marton and Bernhard Wicki. b&w; CinemaScope/2.35:1; 178 mins. ©1962 Darryl F. Zanuck Productions, Inc. and Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.

Hatari!

Paramount (1962)

John Wayne (Sean Mercer), Hardy Kruger, Elsa Martinelli, Red Buttons, Gerard Blain. Directed by Howard Hawks. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 157 mins. ©1961 Paramount Pictures Corp. and Malabar Productions, Inc. 

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Good movie

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Paramount (1962)

John Wayne (Tom Doniphon), James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 1.85:1 [see notes]; 123 mins. ©1961 Paramount Pictures Corp. and John Ford Productions, Inc.

The Comancheros

20th Century-Fox (1961)

John Wayne (Ranger Capt. Jake Cutter), Stuart Whitman, Ina Balin, Nehemiah Persoff, Lee Marvin. Directed by Michael Curtiz. Color by De Luxe; CinemaScope/2.35:1; 107 mins. ©1961 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 

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Watched

North to Alaska

20th Century-Fox (1960)

John Wayne (Sam McCord), Stewart Granger, Ernie Kovacs, Fabian, Capucine. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Color by De Luxe; CinemaScope/2.35:1; 122 mins. ©1960 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. 

 

Funny movie

The Alamo

United Artists (1960)

John Wayne (Col. Davy Crockett), Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey, Richard Boone, Frankie Avalon. Directed by John Wayne. Technicolor; Todd-AO [65mm/5 perf. vertical/24fps]/2.20:1; 162 mins. ©1960 The Alamo Co. A “Batjac Production”. 

 

Watched

The Horse Soldiers

United Artists (1959)

John Wayne (Col. John Marlowe), William Holden, Constance Towers, Judson Pratt, Hoot Gibson. Directed by John Ford. Color by De Luxe; 1.66:1; 119 mins. ©1959 The Mirisch Co., Inc. A “Mahin-Rackin Production”. Co-produced with uncredited Batjac Productions, Inc.

Rio Bravo

Warner Bros. (1959)

John Wayne (Sheriff John T. Chance), Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson, Walter Brennan. Directed by Howard Hawks. Technicolor; 1.85:1; 141 mins. ©1958 Armada Productions, Inc. 

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Watched

The Barbarian and the Geisha

20th Century-Fox (1958)

John Wayne (Townsend Harris), Eiko Ando, Sam Jaffe, So Yamamura, Norman Thomson. Directed by John Huston. Color by De Luxe; CinemaScope/2.35:1; 105 mins. ©1958 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.

Legend of the Lost

United Artists (1957)

John Wayne (Joe January), Sophia Loren, Rossano Brazzi, Kurt Kasznar, Sonia Moser. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Technicolor; Technirama [35mm/8 perf. horizontal/24fps]/2.35:1; 108 mins. ©1957 Batjac Productions Panama, Inc. Co-produced with Robert Haggiag and Dear Film Productions (Italy).

Jet Pilot

Universal (1957

John Wayne (Col. Jim Shannon), Janet Leigh, The United States Air Force, Jay C. Flippen, Paul Fix. Directed by Josef von Sternberg. Technicolor; 1.60:1 [see notes]; 113 mins. ©1957 RKO Teleradio Pictures, Inc. Produced by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

The Wings of Eagles

MGM (1957)

John Wayne (Frank W. “Spig” Wead), Dan Dailey, Maureen O'Hara, Ward Bond, Ken Curtis. Directed by John Ford. Metrocolor; 1.85:1; 110 mins. ©1956 Loew's Inc. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.

The Searchers

Warner Bros. (1956)

John Wayne (Ethan Edwards), Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, Natalie Wood. Directed by John Ford. Technicolor; VistaVision [35mm/8 perf. horizontal/24fps]/1.75:1; 119 mins. ©1956 C.V. Whitney Pictures, Inc. 

 

Watched

The Conqueror

RKO (1956)

John Wayne (Temujin, later Genghis Khan), Susan Hayward, Pedro Armendariz, Agnes Moorehead, Thomas Gomez. Directed by Dick Powell. Technicolor; CinemaScope/2.35:1; 111 mins. ©1955 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

Blood Alley

Warner Bros. (1955)

John Wayne (Capt. Tom Wilder), Lauren Bacall, Paul Fix, Joy Kim, Berry Kroger. Directed by William A. Wellman. WarnerColor; CinemaScope/2.55:1; 115 mins. ©1955 Batjac Productions, Inc.

The Sea Chase

Warner Bros. (1955)

John Wayne (Capt. Karl Ehrlich), Lana Turner, David Farrar, Lyle Bettger, Tab Hunter. Directed by John Farrow. WarnerColor; CinemaScope/2.55:1; 117 mins. ©1955 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. A “Warner Bros.-First National Picture”.

The High and the Mighty

Warner Bros. (1954)

John Wayne (Dan Roman), Claire Trevor, Laraine Day, Robert Stack, Jan Sterling. Directed by William A. Wellman. WarnerColor; CinemaScope/2.55:1; 147 mins. ©1954 Wayne-Fellows Productions, Inc.

Hondo

Warner Bros. (1953)

John Wayne (Hondo Lane), Geraldine Page, Ward Bond, Michael Pate, James Arness. Directed by John Farrow. WarnerColor; WarnerVision, 83 mins. ©1952 [sic] Wayne-Fellows Productions, Inc.

Island in the Sky

Warner Bros. (1953)

John Wayne (Capt. Dooley), Lloyd Nolan, Walter Abel, James Arness, Andy Devine. Directed by William A. Wellman. b&w; 109 mins. ©1953 Wayne-Fellows Productions, Inc.

Trouble Along the Way

Warner Bros. (1953)

John Wayne (Steve Aloysius Williams), Donna Reed, Charles Coburn, Tom Tully, Sherry Jackson. Directed by Michael Curtiz. b&w; 110 mins. ©1953 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. A “Warner Bros.-First National Picture”.

Big Jim McLain

Warner Bros. (1952)

John Wayne (Jim McLain), Nancy Olson, James Arness, Alan Napier, Veda Ann Borg. Directed by Edward Ludwig. b&w; 90 mins. ©1952 Wayne-Fellows Productions, Inc.

The Quiet Man

Republic (1952)

John Wayne (Sean Thornton), Maureen O'Hara, Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen. Directed by John Ford. Technicolor; 129 mins. ©1952 Republic Pictures Corp. An “Argosy Production” (Argosy Pictures Corp.). 

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Good movie

Flying Leathernecks 

RKO (1951)

John Wayne (Maj. Daniel Xavier “Dan” Kirby), Robert Ryan, Don Taylor, Janis Carter, Jay C. Flippen. Directed by Nicholas Ray. Technicolor; 102 mins. ©1951 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. 

 

Watched

Operation Pacific

Warner Bros. (1951)

John Wayne (Lt. Cmdr. Duke E. Gifford), Patricia Neal, Ward Bond, Scott Forbes, Philip Carey. Directed by George Waggner. b&w; 109 mins. ©1951 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. A “Warner Bros.-First National Picture”. MPAA #14874.

Rio Grande

Republic (1950)

Artisan 53456 (keep case)

John Wayne (Lt. Col. Kirby Yorke), Maureen O'Hara, Ben Johnson, Claude Jarman, Jr., Harry Carey, Jr. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 105 mins. ©1950 Republic Pictures Corp. An “Argosy Production” (Argosy Pictures Corp.).

Sands of Iwo Jima

Republic (1949)

John Wayne (Sgt. John M. Stryker), John Agar, Adele Mara, Forrest Tucker, Wally Cassell. Directed by Allan Dwan. b&w; 109 mins. ©1949 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Good movie

The Fighting Kentuckian

Republic (1949)

John Wayne (John Breen), Vera Ralston, Philip Dorn, Oliver Hardy, Marie Windsor. Directed by George Waggner. b&w; 100 mins. ©1949 Republic Pictures Corp. A “John Wayne Production” (as producer).

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

RKO (1949)

John Wayne (Capt. Nathan Cutting Brittles), Joanne Dru, John Agar, Ben Johnson, Harry Carey, Jr. Directed by John Ford. Technicolor; 104 mins. ©1949 Argosy Pictures Corp. 

 

Good movie

Wake of the Red Witch

Republic (1948)

John Wayne (Capt. Ralls), Gail Russell, Gig Young, Adele Mara, Luther Adler. Directed by Edward Ludwig. b&w; 107 mins. ©1948 Republic Pictures Corp.

3 Godfathers

MGM (1948)

John Wayne (Robert Marmaduke Sangster Hightower), Pedro Armendariz, Harry Carey, Jr., Ward Bond, Mae Marsh. Directed by John Ford. Technicolor; 106 mins. ©1948 Loew's Inc. Produced by Argosy Pictures Corp. A “Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture”. MPAA #13312. AFI: 105-107 mins.

Red River

United Artists (1948)

John Wayne (Thomas Dunson), Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru, Walter Brennan, Colleen Gray. Directed by Howard Hawks and Arthur Rosson. b&w; 133 mins. ©1947 Monterey Productions. 

 

Intense movie

Fort Apache

RKO (1948)

John Wayne (Capt. Kirby York), Henry Fonda, Shirley Temple, Pedro Armendariz, Ward Bond. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 128 mins. ©1948 Argosy Pictures Corp.

Tycoon

RKO (1947)

John Wayne (Johnny Munroe), Laraine Day, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Judith Anderson, James Gleason. Directed by Richard Wallace. Technicolor; 129 mins. ©1947 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

Angel and the Badman

Republic (1947)

John Wayne (Quirt Evans), Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot, Irene Rich. Directed by James Edward Grant. b&w; 100 mins. ©1946 Republic Pictures Corp. A “John Wayne Production”

Desert Command

Favorite Films (1946)

John Wayne (Tom Wayne), Ruth Hall, Robert Frazer, Noah Berry, Jr., Creighton Chaney (Lon Chaney, Jr.). Directed by Armand Schaeffer (Schaefer) and Colbert Clark. b&w; 72 mins., Mascot Pictures Corp.

Without Reservations

RKO (1946)

Claudette Colbert, John Wayne (Rusty Thomas), Don DeFore, Anne Triola, Phil Brown. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. b&w; 101 mins. ©1946 Jesse L. Lasky Productions, Inc.

They Were Expendable

MGM (1945)

Robert Montgomery, John Wayne (Lt. “Rusty” Ryan), Donna Reed, Jack Holt, Ward Bond. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 135 mins. ©1945 Loew's Inc. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.

Dakota

Republic (1945)

John Wayne (John Devlin), Vera Hruba Ralston, Walter Brennan, Ward Bond, Mike Mazurki. Directed by Joseph Kane. b&w; 82 mins. ©1945 Republic Pictures Corp.

Back to Bataan

RKO (1945)

John Wayne (Col. Joseph Madden), Anthony Quinn, Beulah Bondi, Fely Franquelli, Richard Loo. Directed by Edward Dmytryk. b&w; 95 mins. ©1945 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

Flame of Barbary Coast

Republic (1945)

John Wayne (Duke Fergus), Ann Dvorak, Joseph Schildkraut, William Frawley, Virginia Grey. Directed by Joseph Kane. b&w; 91 mins. ©1945 Republic Pictures Corp.

Tall in the Saddle

RKO (1944)

John Wayne (Rocklin), Ella Raines, Ward Bond, George “Gabby” Hayes, Audrey Long. Directed by Edwin L. Marin. b&w; 87 mins. ©1944 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

The Fighting Seabees

Republic (1944)

John Wayne (Wedge Donovan), Susan Hayward, Dennis O'Keefe, William Frawley, Leonid Kinskey. Directed by Edward Ludwig. b&w; 99 mins. ©1944 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Watched

In Old Oklahoma

Republic (1943)

John Wayne (Daniel F. “Dan” Somers), Martha Scott, Albert Dekker, George “Gabby” Hayes, Marjorie Rambeau. Directed by Albert S. Rogell. b&w; 102 mins. ©1943 Republic Pictures Corp.

A Lady Takes a Chance

RKO (1943)

Jean Arthur, John Wayne (Duke Hudkins), Charles Winninger, Phil Silvers, Mary Field. Directed by William A. Seiter. b&w; 86 mins. ©1943 Frank Ross, Inc.

Pittsburgh

Universal (1942)

Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott, John Wayne (Charles “Pittsburgh” Markham aka Charles Ellis), Frank Craven, Louise Allbritton. Directed by Lewis Seiler. b&w; 91 mins. ©1942 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. A “Charles K. Feldman [Group] Production”.

Reunion in France   

MGM (1942)

Joan Crawford, John Wayne (Pat Talbot), Philip Dorn, Reginald Owen, Albert Bassermann. Directed by Jules Dassin. b&w; 104 mins. ©1942 Loew's Inc. Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.

Flying Tigers

Republic (1942)

John Wayne (Capt. Jim Gordon), John Carroll, Anna Lee, Paul Kelly, Gordon Jones. Directed by David Miller. b&w; 101 mins. ©1942 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Watched

In Old California

Republic (1942)

John Wayne (Tom “Boston” Craig), Binnie Barnes, Albert Dekker, Helen Parrish, Patsy Kelly. Directed by William McGann. b&w; 88 mins. ©1942 Republic Pictures Corp.

The Spoilers

Universal (1942)

Marlene Dietrich, Randolph Scott, John Wayne (Roy Glennister), Margaret Lindsay, Harry Carey. Directed by Ray Enright. b&w; 87 mins. ©1942 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. Produced by Frank Lloyd Productions, Inc.; a “Charles K. Feldman Group Production”.

Reap the Wild Wind

Paramount (1942)

Ray Milland, John Wayne (Capt. Jack Stuart), Paulette Goddard, Raymond Massey, Robert Preston. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Technicolor; 123 mins. ©1941 Paramount Pictures, Inc.

Lady for a Night

Republic (1942)

Joan Blondell, John Wayne (Jackson “Jack” Morgan), Philip Merivale, Blanche Yurka, Ray Middleton. Directed by Leigh Jason. b&w; 87 mins. ©1942 Republic Pictures Corp.

The Shepherd of the Hills

Paramount (1941)

John Wayne (Young Matt), Betty Field, Harry Carey, Beulah Bondi, James Barton. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Technicolor; 98 mins. ©1941 Paramount Pictures, Inc.

Lady from Louisiana

Republic (1941)

John Wayne (John Reynolds), Ona Munson, Ray Middleton, Henry Stephenson, Helen Westley. Directed by Bernard Vorhaus. b&w; 82 mins. ©1941 Republic Pictures Corp.

A Man Betrayed    

Republic (1941)

John Wayne (Lynn Hollister), Frances Dee, Edward Ellis, Wallace Ford, Ward Bond. Directed by John H. Auer. b&w; 81 mins. ©1941 Republic Pictures Corp.

Seven Sinners    

Universal (1940)

Marlene Dietrich, John Wayne (Lt. Dan Brent), Albert Dekker, Broderick Crawford, Anna Lee. Directed by Tay Garnett. b&w; 87 mins. ©1940 Universal Pictures Co., Inc.

The Long Voyage Home

United Artists (1940)

John Wayne (Ole Olsen), Thomas Mitchell, Ian Hunter, Barry Fitzgerald, Wilfrid Lawson. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 105 mins. ©1940 Walter Wanger Productions, Inc. Produced by Argosy Corp.

Three Faces West

Republic (1940)

John Wayne (John Phillips), Sigrid Gurie, Charles Coburn, Spencer Charters, Helen MacKellar. Directed by Bernard Vorhaus. b&w; 79 mins. ©1940 Republic Pictures Corp.

Dark Command

Republic (1940)

Claire Trevor, John Wayne (Bob “Shortcut” Seton), Walter Pidgeon, Roy Rogers, George Hayes. Directed by Raoul Walsh. b&w; 93 mins. ©1940 Republic Pictures Corp.

Allegheny Uprising    

RKO (1939)

Warner Bros. T7864 (keep case; Region 1/3/4)

Claire Trevor, John Wayne (James “Jim” Smith), George Sanders, Brian Donlevy, Wilfrid Lawson. Directed by William A. Seiter. b&w; 81 mins. ©1939 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

New Frontier

Republic (1939)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Raymond Hatton, Phylis Isley (Jennifer Jones), Eddy Waller. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 57 mins. ©1939 Republic Pictures Corp.

Wyoming Outlaw

Republic (1939)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Raymond Hatton, Donald Barry, Adele Pearce. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 58 mins. ©1939 Republic Pictures Corp.

Three Texas Steers    

Republic (1939)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Carole Landis, Ralph Graves. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 58 mins. ©1938 [sic] Republic Pictures Corp.

The Night Riders

Republic (1939)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Doreen McKay, Ruth Rogers. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 58 mins. ©1938 [sic] Republic Pictures Corp.

Stagecoach

United Artists (1939)

Warner Bros. 35078 (snap case)

Claire Trevor, John Wayne (The Ringo Kid), Andy Devine, John Carradine, Thomas Mitchell. Directed by John Ford. b&w; 96 mins. ©1939 Walter Wanger Productions, Inc. 

 

Watched - Breakthrough into big time

Red River Range

Republic (1938)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Polly Moran, Lorna Gray. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 58 mins. ©1938 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Santa Fe Stampede

Republic (1938)

Lions Gate 15985 (keep case)

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, June Martel, William Farnum. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 55 mins. ©1938 Republic Pictures Corp. 

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Overland Stage Raiders

Republic (1938)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Louise Brooks, Anthony Marsh. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 55 mins. ©1938 Republic Pictures Corp. 

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Pals of the Saddle

Republic (1938)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Stony Brooke), Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Doreen McKay, Josef Forte. Directed by George Sherman. b&w; 56 mins. ©1938 Republic Pictures Corp. 

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Born to the West

Paramount (1937)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (Dare Rudd), Marsha Hunt, John Mack Brown, John Patterson, Monte Blue. Directed by Charles Barton. b&w; 52 mins. ©1937 Paramount Pictures, Inc. 

 

Adventure's End

Universal (1937)

Not Available

John Wayne (Duke Slade), Diana Gibson, Montagu Love, Moroni Olsen, Maurice Black. Directed by Arthur Lubin. b&w; 63 mins. ©1937 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. 

 

Idol of the Crowds

Universal (1937)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Johnny Hansen), Sheila Bromley, Billy Burrud, Russell Hopton, Huntley Gordon. Directed by Arthur Lubin. b&w; 58 mins. ©1937 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. 

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I Cover the War

Universal (1937)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Bob Adams), Gwen Gaze, Don Barkley (Barclay), Charles Brokaw, James Bush. Directed by Arthur Lubin. b&w; 68 mins. ©1937 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. 

 

California Straight Ahead

Universal (1937)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Biff Smith), Louise Latimer, Robert McWade, Theodore von Eltz, Tully Marshall. Directed by Arthur Lubin. b&w; 67 mins. ©1937 Universal Pictures Co., Inc. 

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Conflict

Universal (1936)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Pat Glendon), Jean Rogers, Tommy Bupp, Frank Sheridan, Ward Bond. Directed by David Howard. b&w; 59 mins. ©1936 Universal Productions, Inc. 

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Sea Spoilers

Universal (1936)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne ('Bos'n' Bob Randall), Nan Grey, William Bakewell, Fuzzy Knight, Russell Hicks. Directed by Frank Strayer. b&w; 63 mins. ©1936 Universal Productions, Inc. 

 

Winds of the Wasteland

Republic (1936)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Blair), Phyllis Fraser, Lew Kelly, Douglas Cosgrove, Lane Chandler. Directed by Mack V. Wright. b&w; 57 mins. ©1936 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

The Lonely Trail

Republic (1936)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (Capt. John Ashley), Ann Rutherford, Cy Kendall, Bob Kortman, Snowflake. Directed by Joseph Kane. b&w; 58 mins. ©1936 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

King of the Pecos

Republic (1936)

Artisan 12042 (keep case)

John Wayne (John Clayborn), Muriel Evans, Cy Kendall, Jack Clifford, Arthur Aylsworth (Aylesworth). Directed by Joseph Kane. b&w; 55 mins. ©1936 Republic Pictures Corp. 

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The Lawless Nineties

Republic (1936)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (John Tipton), Ann Rutherford, Harry Woods, George Hayes, Al Bridge. Directed by Joseph Kane. b&w; 58 mins. ©1936 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

The Oregon Trail

Republic (1936)

No print known to exist

John Wayne (Capt. John Delmont), Ann Rutherford, Joe Girard, Yakima Canutt, Frank Rice. Directed by Scott Pembroke. b&w; 59 mins. ©1936 Republic Pictures Corp.

 

Lawless Range

Republic (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Middleton), Sheila Mannors, Frank McGlynn, Jr., Jack Curtis, Wally Howe. Directed by R. N. Bradbury. b&w; 55 mins. ©1935 Republic Pictures Corp. Filmed before The New Frontier. 

 

The New Frontier

Republic (1935)

Not available on DVD

John Wayne (John Dawson), Muriel Evans, Warner Richmond, Alan Bridge, Sam Flint. Directed by Carl L. Pierson. b&w; 57 mins. ©1935 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Westward Ho

Republic (1935)

Lions Gate 14674 (keep case)

John Wayne (John Wyatt), Sheila Mannors, Frank McGlynn, Jr., James Farley, Jack Curtis. Directed by R. N. Bradbury. b&w; 61 mins. ©1935 Republic Pictures Corp. 

 

Paradise Canyon

Monogram (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Wyatt), Marion Burns, Reed Howes, Earle Hodgins, Gino Corrado. Directed by Carl L. Pierson. b&w; 53 mins. ©1935 [never registered]. Produced by Lone Star Productions 

 

The Dawn Rider

Monogram (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Mason), Marion Burns, Denny Meadows, Reed Howes, Joe DeGrasse. Directed by R. N. Bradbury. b&w; 54 mins. ©1935 [never registered]. Produced by Lone Star Productions

 

The Desert Trail

Monogram (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Scott), Mary Kornman, Paul Fix, Eddy Chandler, Carmen LaRoux. Directed by Cullen Lewis (Lewis D. Collins). b&w; 54 mins. ©1935 [never registered]. Produced by Lone Star Productions 

 

Rainbow Valley

Monogram (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (John Martin), Lucille Browne, George Hayes, LeRoy Mason, Lloyd Ingraham. Directed by R. N. Bradbury. b&w; 52 mins. ©1934 [never registered]. Produced by Lone Star Productions 

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Texas Terror

Monogram (1935)

Public Domain (various labels)

John Wayne (Sheriff John Higgins), Lucille Browne, LeRoy Mason, Fern Emmett, George Hayes. Directed by R. N. Bradbury. b&w; 53 mins. ©1934 Monogram Pictures Corp. Produced by Lone Star Productions 

 

'Neath the Arizona Skies

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