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Woody Strode's acting debut
- peter a
Woody Strode's acting debut was not Sundown (1941). He can be seen in Stagecoach (1939) in the saloon near the end of the picture.
- V. M. Bell
Woody Strode Such an excellent actor. I wish that he was given the honor and respect that he deserved in Hollywood for his acting. His presence on the screen was so large along with his height. Very good actor before and doing his time.
I have been a movie fanatic since i was about 7 years old and I've followed his career ever since i first saw him spar with Spartacus in the early eighties, and that was difficult in a time before computers. Left a professional football career due to an injury, but we are all better off because of it. Wheather he played a small bit in the background or running around in a Tarzan movie or in a prominant role he was always noticible, with his rock solid body and handsome, rugged features.
He is the best
- Joseph J Clancy
I'm watching him in once upon a time in the west. I've seen him in the professionals. He is the best black actor.
Woody Strode:no credit for "Liberty Valance"
- Peter Kenny
Last night we watched John Ford's "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", in which Woody Strode has a pretty big role as John Wayne's sidekick, Pompey. We were bothered to not see him included in the acting credits-- which were pretty extensive! I guess black characters were still pretty much invisible in movies of the early 60s?
forgotten black actor
Woody Strode was not well known and i truly think that is such a shame, i think he should be given some respect
The era that he worked - Fine actor role model