How To Use John wayne In A Sentence

  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • Seeing an enemy combatant get blasted by superior firepower isn't as cool in real life as it is in a John Wayne flick.
  • Does it matter if John Wayne has profaned the Prophet?
  • Marion Morrison, otherwise known as the film star John Wayne, was born in 1907.
  • Marion Morrison, otherwise known as the film star John Wayne, was born in 1907.
  • It reminds me of that John Wayne movie where his insubordinate and rude eldest son got his comeuppance from the “old man” and old John said; “If you won’t respect your elders, you’ll sure as hell respect your betters.” Think Progress » The Sounds of Peace
  • Yet despite being saddle-sore (I refused to use a specially inflatable seat cover printed with Dennis the Menace's face) and walking like John Wayne, I actually started to enjoy my regular daily perambulations.
  • Which John Wayne will the cowboy President play?
  • John Wayne was born Marion Michael Morrison .
  • We're suddenly deep in John Wayne territory, and there is very little that we haven't seen in countless afternoon matinees and war movies from the 1950s.
  • John Wayne, she points out, spoke in monosyllables, often to denounce communication and chatter.
  • I also never did the John Wayne hipshot kind of crap. Archive 2008-12-01
  • John Ford's classic western, starring John Wayne, is a political allegory about how ‘civilisation’ managed to conquer America's Wild West.
  • Marion Morrison, otherwise known as the film star John Wayne, was born in 1907.
  • John Wayne plays Captain Kirby York, an experienced frontier officer who clashes with Fonda over the treatment of the Apaches.
  • Their remake of the 1969 John Wayne semiclassic hews faithfully to Charles Portis' laconically funny novel, adding just a few Coenesque moments of irony, disconcerting violence and grotesquerie. rss feed
  • We didn't know what we were getting into with this John Wayne shit.
  • Over toasted sandwiches in an Edinburgh hotel room, Gary Lewis is telling me a story Michael Caine told him about a piece of acting advice dropped into Caine's shell-like by none other than bow-legged screen legend John Wayne.
  • Well lah-di-dah, we actually don't think you are worth " a pitcher of warm spit" as John Wayne once said dave s SNEERING COMEDIANS....
  • His other films included Richard Fleischer's "Mandingo" (1975), Milos Forman's "Ragtime" (1981) and John Wayne's final movie, "The Shootist" (1976). Prolific director Dino De Laurentiis dies
  • Though when he tells the Iranians about shooting down their planes, I would like him to specify that it's not the United States, necessarily doing it, and it's certainly not me, but it's himself, Newt Gingrich, the John Wayne of WWIII, who will be behind the ack-ack gun. Larry Beinhart: Ah, World War III, Newt Gingrich is Calling You
  • John Wayne Gacy, who tortured and murdered dozens of young men, was engaged when his execution date arrived.
  • I see someone funny and sweet who cooks a mean steak and does a lousy John Wayne impression.
  • It took stars like John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, and Jimmy Stewart to depict that race of men—and epics like Stagecoach, High Noon, and The Philadelphia Story.
  • Jake found this drawly John Wayne imitation all but unbear-able in their current circumstances. Wizard and Glass
  • Bush was a conflicted guy whose voice was a combination of John Wayne and Liberace.
  • John Wayne Bobbitt Remember… the guy who got his little bobbitt hacked off by his wife? 2008 June 22 « XUP
  • In further bilingual fun, Lucille Ball on an old Jack Benny TV show (rerun Sept. 24, 1981) dubbed lumbering John Wayne "El Klutzo" [kluhts, var. of klots ` log ']. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 2

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