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John Wayne talks to Michael Parkinson 1974

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John Wayne talks to Michael Parkinson 1974


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Ulysses61 : First of all, the Duke's memory utterly fails him. The church scene did not show women and men on different sides. In addition, Gary Cooper does NOT step on his badge at the conclusion of the film, he just drops it and turns away. It's also ironic that John Wayne picked up Coop's Oscar for High Noon at the '53 Academy Awards show.
classicfilm : The man himself comes across as a fairly polite and modest person but I am not sure I would agree with his politics.
MrImiller07 : Wayne's comments regarding the Fred Zinnemann film "High Noon" starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly, are an amplification of statements that he made about the film in his Playboy Interview several years earlier. It's interesting that Cooper, who was arguably as conservative as Wayne, saw no problem in starring in the film, which I believe was written by a blacklisted screenwriter, Carl Foreman. Parenthetically, Cooper won his second Oscar for Best Actor and the film won Best Picture.
newdawnnation : The man hated Marxist freaks and no doubt could see what damage these freaks could inflict on future society and how right he was.
markmywords312 : Listen to Parky trying to talk posh the bell end
David Foster : A lot of people have criticised Parkinson for this, but it takes balls to ask those questions.
dukeofoven : I remember as a teenager in the 70's watching this interview. John Wayne was a massive hero of mine all through childhood and I remember Parkinson spent almost the entire show interrogating him about his political views - Wayne hardly did any chat shows, certainly in the UK and I was hugely let down by the opportunity of an in depth conversation being wasted. Such a shame because Parkinson was a brilliant interviewer and could have made it a better balanced chat.
David Foster : A lot of people have criticised Parkinson for this, but it takes balls to ask those questions.