Happy Birthday to 3 Masters of Horror!  Peter Cushing, Vincent Price, and Sir Christopher Lee were all born within two days of each other on May 26th for Cushing and May 27th for Price and Lee.

The Bat Pack: Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing. Their birthdays were close together: Peter Cushing: May Vincent Price: May Christopher Lee: May 1922

John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill Big Trail ( 1930 )

John Wayne & Marguerite Churchill in "The Big Trail" This was the first movie to be shot in widescreen process but released in standard ratio.

John Wayne...so handsome

It took Raoul Walsh giving young Duke Wayne the lead in The Big Trail for it to occur to John Ford - Hey, this kid of mine can act!

John Wayne

john wayne and the American flag. Wallpaper and background photos of John Wayne,A Great American for fans of John Wayne images.

John Wayne in a big bunny suit. Your argument is invalid.

Easter Humor: John Wayne in a rabbit suit (I feel like there is a serial killer joke in here somewhere.) John really was a tough guy - I don't know any man brave enough to go on camera in a huge purple bunny costume.

Young John Wayne.  http://mythicalmonkey.blogspot.com/

John Wayne: Trade Mark Westerns Slow talk and distinctive, gravelly voice War movies Distinctive cat-like walk His movies frequently reflected his conservative values

John Wayne -- The Duke.  He was "the man" in our home and we saw everyone John Wayne movie that came out.

Movie Stars of Old Hollywood: John Wayne. Favorite Western actor of all time! Loved all his movies.

John Wayne in Chisum. 1970

The Duke: John Wayne. Some of my favorite memories are watching his movies with my grandpa.

John Wayne ★★★ - d. 26 Mayıs 1907 – 11 Haziran 1979

John Wayne was a very famous actor. He always played the good guy in cowboy movies.born may 1907 in Winterset, Iowa. John Wayne was a well renowned movie star. He was in almost 250 movies and played a role in a radio series called, "The Three

John Wayne between takes of Tall In The Saddle (1944)

Tall in the Saddle - John Wayne has a cup of coffee on location - The horse belongs to then-stunt man Ben Johnson who rode this horse in three John Ford Westerns: "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" , "Rio Grande" and "Wagonmaster" - RKO Pictures.

The Duke

"I'd like to know why well educated idiots keep apologizing for lazy and complaining people who think the world owes them a living" --John Wayne