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McQ (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Kept Him Off The Street Seattle cop John Wayne (title character) wants his captain (Eddie Albert) to let him go after the drug dealer he thinks shot his partner, which of course he won’t allow, so Duke goes ahead and surveils the guy, Santiago (Al Lettieri), anyway, early in director John Sturges’ McQ, 1974.
McQ (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Shotgun In The Back In the credits, we saw Stan Boyle (William Bryant) kill two patrolmen, then found out he’s a cop, then he gets shot and we find out his partner is John Wayne (title character), awakened on his boat in the Seattle harbor by J-C (Jim Watkins), in McQ, 1974, directed by John Sturges.
Chisum (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Weary, Saddle Worn Unusual opening credits, with art by the fairly prominent Western painter Russ Vickers, lyrics by producer and screenwriter Andrew J. Fenady, voice by William Conrad, all setting up the star John Wayne, playing the minor New Mexico historical figure, surveying his domain, in Chisum, 1970.
Cahill, United States Marshal (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Any Of You Wanna Surrender? Snow on a dark soundstage, Scott Walker and crew (Rayford Barnes, Dan Kemp) sensing the arrival of John Wayne (title character), who dismisses Indian visitor Lightfoot (Neville Brand) before doing business, opening Cahill, United States Marshal, 1973, directed by Andrew V. McLaglen.
Cahill, United States Marshal (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Austin To El Paso Widower John Wayne (title character) appoints Mrs. Green (Marie Windsor) to care for his younger son (Clay O’Brien), then takes his deputized older boy (Gary Grimes), who’s already in thrall to murderous bandit George Kennedy, to hire tracker Lightfoot (Neville Brand), in Cahill, United States Marshal, 1973.
Green Berets, The (1968) -- (Movie Clip) He Keeps Score Captain Coleman (Jason Evers) receives officer Nim (George Takei) after a patrol, who's then introduced to the new commander York (John Wayne, who also co-directed) and McDaniels (Edward Faulkner), in the Vietnam combat drama The Green Berets, 1968.
Brannigan (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Smaller Than The Statue Of Liberty Chicago cop John Wayne (title character) arrives at Heathrow for an extradition, a hit-man (Daniel Pilon) maybe on the same plane, greeted by Scotland Yard's Ms. Thatcher (Judy Geeson), plus a brief bit with villain Larkin (John Vernon) and lawyer (Mel Ferrer), in Brannigan, 1975.
Train Robbers, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) He Ain't Changed Comfortably non-Australian Rod Taylor just had himself doused at a water tower, with cohorts Christopher George and Jerry Gatlin, having joined Ben Johnson and Bobby Vinton, all now waiting on John Wayne and Ann-Margret, opening writer-director Burt Kennedy?s The Train Robbers, 1973.
Train Robbers, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) There'll Be No Doubt You're A Woman John Wayne is reasonably principled gunman Lane, consulting with young widow Mrs. Lowe (Ann-Margret), who’s hired him and his gang to collect gold her husband stole, planning to turn it in for a reward rather than keep it, early in writer-director Burt Kennedy’s The Train Robbers, 1973.
Train Robbers, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) The Trouble With Young Guns Camped for the night while riding to recover gold her husband stole, widow Mrs. Lowe (Ann-Margret) enjoys the attention of her hired crew, Rod Taylor as Grady, John Wayne the boss Lane, and Ben Johnson the philosophical Jesse, in writer-director Burt Kennedy?s The Train Robbers, 1973.
McQ (1974) -- (Movie Clip) I Know What You Go John Wayne (title character), a Seattle cop who’s resigned so he can chase the killer of his partner, ambushes bartender and drug-user Myra (Colleen Dewhurst), who we learn was his partner’s informant, enticing her with goods he took off a street dealer, an oddly intimate scene from McQ, 1974.
Brannigan (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Knock Knock Modern enough opening, interrupting the credits, Ralph Meeker as the Chicago captain supervising cop John Wayne, title character, about to turn 70, who casually thumps a counterfeiter (Arthur Batanides), in the fairly profitable, mostly London-based police drama Brannigan, 1975.