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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My All-Time Favorite John Wayne Movie

    This movie has all the classic cliche lines, from 'Ah, senor, there has been a mistake.' 'You made it.' to 'We may be neighbors, but I don't have to be neighborly.' But guess what? With the Duke saying them, they work! Yes, the history is a bit iffy, but the story is great. The West wasn't really this way - but it should have been!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2002

    great flcik

    I was never a John Wayne fan because my parents never watched them.. But after watching McLintock and Chism.. I am a huge fan of John Wayne.. DYK.. it was filmed in Durango, Mexico for only $4.4 million dollars and Wayne only used 1 production company for ALL his movies.. Great movie.. BUY IT TODAY

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2001

    Billy the ...... Who cares John Wayne runs the show!

    John Wayne gives a superb performance especially if you are a fan. He portrays John Chisum and in the process gives a marginal man the cinematic prowess that only the Duke can lend to another man. Even better than seeing Wayne at his best (or close, if you want his best check out Big Jake or McClintock and that is including is long overdue Oscar for True Grit ) is getting to watch Ben Johnson doing what he always did best, support. In Chisum, he was wonderful, almost as good as he was in the Undeafeated or The Last Picture Show. He portrayed the man behind Chisum, the friend, but more importantly the one who always backed his friend. The soundtrack is above par as well and for anbody who has not had the opportunity to see this movie, I encourage you to try it out. If you don't want to buy, you will once you see it. AMC runs it every now and then.

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    Posted March 16, 2009

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