Duke We’re Glad We Knew You Review

Posted on December 17, 2009. Filed under: Herb Fagen, Library, Memoirs, Non Fiction, Reviews |

Duke We’re Glad We Knew You
Herb Fagen

Source: Library

Synopsis: To millions of movie fans, John Wayne was heroism personified, and to this day he is as big a star as he was in his prime. He was voted the 5th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly, the 4th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Premiere magazine, and #13 Greatest Actor on the 50 Greatest Screen Legends list put out by the American Film Institute.

Here, in loving memory of the Duke thirty years after his death, is the updated and expanded edition of Duke, We’re Glad We Knew You, featuring never-before-seen photos and interviews. The legendary icon is made real through vivid anecdotes and observations from the insiders who worked, gambled, drank, and fought with the outsized personality that was John Wayne. Candid, funny, revealing, moving and inspiring, this two-fisted tribute shows John Wayne as the true hero he was.

Review: John Wayne is my personal ALL TIME FAVORITE actor. He is quoted as saying “you shouldn’t go to movies if you don’t believe in hero’s.” This book is a collection of rememberances from those fortunate enough to have worked with Duke Wayne during his impressive film career. From Harry Carey Jr. to Ben Johnson they are all there telling us their stories of the Duke. Stories that just goes to show that even John Wayne was human.


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I love John Wayne…He has great movies my favorite is Rio Bravo.

Sounds cool. I bet my husband or father in law would love this.

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