John Wayne

NOUN
  1. United States film actor who played tough heroes (1907-1979)
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  • The colonel is an unstable hard-ass with disturbingly huge eyebrows and a gun given to him by John Wayne.
  • Spahr's call sign was ‘Dukes,’ and he was known to do an impersonation of John Wayne, complete with the stagger.
  • Anyone who doesn't like John Wayne should be rode out of town on a rail and forced to live in Turkmenistan, France, or some similar savage place. My Moment of Glory
  • The fight had been one of those epic barroom brawls right out of a John Wayne movie.
  • Fresh from his television fame in Happy Days, he co-starred with John Wayne in the latter's valedictory swan song The Shootist.
  • Fresh from his television fame in Happy Days, he co-starred with John Wayne in the latter's valedictory swan song The Shootist.
  • Ford would eventually have his name removed from alliance stationery, but seems to have maintained a loose association, if only through old friends Ward Bond and John Wayne. Empire of Dreams
  • From there, he became an expert at drawing John Wayne, but extended his range to all kinds of Wild West stars, with Wagon Train annuals and other Western books covers.
  • It starred Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton as a repo protegee and his jaded mentor and threw in everything from aliens to embryonic mosh pits to West Coast punk rock hooligans carrying out burglaries at low-rent convenience stores, not to mention the classic movie line: “John Wayne was a fag.” Which came first? “Repo Men” or “Repo! The Genetic Opera”? » Scene-Stealers
  • An image rose in Dennis's head of women cartwheeling behind Sonny and John Wayne, their skin smooth and white, their bodies pinwheeling slowly into the glistening pool.
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