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People - John Wayne - b-1907 / d-1979. An actor, film director- and producer who became an enduring American icon. He epitomized rugged masculinity, and was famous for his distincitive voice, walk and height. His film career spanned more than 45 years. He was borne Marion Robert Morrison and was given his stage name, John Wayne, by Hollywood newspaper columnist, Harrison Carroll. He won a 'Best Actor' Academy Award in 1969, for "True Grit." He symbolized and communicated American values and ideals and -- In 1979 he was awarded the "Congressional Gold Medal" . . . /Imagescustomers/HBCelebrityScene60x500w.jpg. More
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01h Photos: Harrison Carroll Cinema Prize Award - 1971, John Wayne, Harrison Carroll, Priscilla Cory, Terry Moore, Troy Cory, at the Marquis in Hollywood - 1971 "Best Entertainment Story" - Wendel Corey, Starmakers. 2006 top story - Hollywood Beat - Fights Residential Mold, Donna Jeffries, Pete Allman, Celebrity Scene News, Gary Sunkin, for NASA. All won for TVInews "Today's Puzzle." Speaking of old friends, Harrison Carroll was very much on hand for the press party hosted by John Wayne at the Marquis Restaurant. Occasion of the get-together was the presentation of the Harrison Carroll Cinema Press Prize.

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/0-V15-HC-15PeoCov300w.jpg 01h Feature StoryAbout John Wayne Person of the Month
Larger than life . . . an American actor, film director- and producer who became an enduring American icon. He epitomized rugged masculinity, and was famous for his distincitive voice, walk and height. His film career spanned more than 45 years. He was borne Marion Robert Morrison and was given his stage name, John Wayne, by Hollywood newspaper columnist, Harrison Carroll. He won a 'Best Actor' Academy Award in 1969, for "True Grit." He symbolized and communicated American values and ideals.
His nickname was "Duke" and his family nickname JW.
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JohnWayneCPaward108w.jpgPart 02h TIMELINE / John Wayne, American Film Actor, Produer
He is perhaps best remembered for his parts in Ford's cavalry trilogy - "Fort Apache," "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" and "Rio Grande."

1907 - John Wayne was born Marion Robert Morrison on May 26, 1907, in Winterset Iowa, the son of pharmacist Clyde Morrison and his wife Mary, who developed a lung condition that required the family to move from Iowa to the warmer climate of southern California, settling in Lancaster, where they tried ranching in the Mojave Desert.
1911 - His he family moved to Glendale, California.
1907 - Marion delivered medicines for his father, sold newspapers and had an Airedale terrier dog named "Duke" (the source of his own nickname). He preferred "Duke" to "Marion," and the name stuck for the rest of his life. He did well at school both academically and in football. When he narrowly failed admission to Annapolis he went to USC.
1920 - As a teen, Wayne worked in an ice cream shop for a man who shod horses for Hollywood studios./Imagespeople/HarrisonCarrollPort108w.jpg
1924 - He played football for the 1924 champion Glendale High School team. Wayne applied to the U.S. Naval Academy, but was not accepted. He instead attended the University of Southern California (USC), majoring in pre-law.
1925-27 - Attended USC on a football scholarship.
1929 - Wayne began working at local film studios, and prolific silent western film star Tom Mix got him a summer job as a prop man in exchange for football tickets.
1929 - On the sets he became close friends with director John Ford for whom, among others, he began doing bit parts, some billed as John Wayne, a name given to him by newspaper columnist Harrison Carroll.
1930 - Director Raoul Walsh cast him in his first starring role in "The Big Trail."
1930 - Featured in film "Men Without Women."
1934 - Born Michael Wayne - (Film Produce) - on November 23rd. Died April 2, 2003.
1936 - Born Mary Antonia "Toni" Wayne LaCava on February 25th.
1939 - Born Patrick Wayne (actor) on July 15th.
1939 - Film: "Stachecoach."
1940 - Born Melinda Wayne Munoz on December 3rd.
1942 - From 1942-43 he was in a radio series, "The Three Sheets to the Wind."
1943 - Wayne was a conservative Republican. He took part in creating the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a right-wing political organization, later becoming its President.
/HC-FoundersJosieAll300w.jpgWayne Used his Iconic Status to Support Conservative Causes.
1947 - Elected president of Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals.
1951 - He was an ardent anti-communist, and vocal supporter of the House Un-American Activities Committee.
He made Big Jim McLain (1952) to show his support for the anti-communist cause. He also claimed to have been instrumental in having Carl Foreman blacklisted from Hollywood after the release of the anti-McCarthyism western High Noon (1952).

1948 - Film: "Fort Apache."
1949 - Film: "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon."
1949 - Film: "The Fighting Kentuckian."
1949 - Receives the Best Actor nomination for "Sands of Iwo Jima."
1950 - Film: "Rio Grande." Co-star, Maureen O'Hara Blair.
1950 - Received the Laurel Award from Motion Picture Exhibitors for "Screen King of the Year."
1950 - Voted Star of the Decade for 1950-1960 by the Motion Picture Herald.
1955 - Film: "Bloddy Alley," with Lauren Bacal.
1953 - Wayne was awarded the Henrietta Award for World Film Favorites by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
1956 - Born Aissa Wayne - (Actress, now Attorney) - on March 31st.
1952 - Made the film "Big Jim McLain" to show his support for the anti-communist cause.
1958 - Soviet documents released in 2003 reveal that, despite being a fan of Wayne's movies, Joseph Stalin ordered Wayne's assassination due to his strong anti-communist politics. Stalin died before the killing could be accomplished. His successor, Nikita Khrushchev, reportedly told Wayne during a 1958 visit to the United States that he had personally rescinded the order.
1960 - Produced, directed and starred in "The Alamo," which reflected his conservative political stance.
When John F. Kennedy won the election: "I didn't vote for him but he's my president, and I hope he does a good job."
1960 - A supporter of then Vice President Richard Nixon's bid for the White House, he famously expressed his vision of patriotism when John F. Kennedy won the election: "I didn't vote for him but he's my president, and I hope he does a good job."
1962 - Born John Ethan Wayne - (Actor) on February 22nd.
1962 - Film: "How the West was Won."
1962 - Film: "The Longest Day."
1962 - Film: "Hatari."
1964 - Wayne had been a chain-smoker of cigarettes since young adulthood. In 1964, Wayne was diagnosed with lung cancer, and had a cancerous left lung removed. However, within a few years of his operation he chewed tobacco and began smoking cigars.
1964 - Born Marisa Wayne - (Actress) on February 22nd.
1965 - Film: "In Harm's Way."
1965 - Film: "The Sons of Katie Elder."
1966 - Film: "The Greatest Story Ever Told."
1966 - Film: "El Dorado."
1966 - Film: "Cast a Giant Shadow."
1966 - Waye was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for outstanding contribution to the world of entertainment.
1968 - His patriotic stand was enshrined in film "The Green Berets," which he co-directed and starred in.
1968 - Actively campaigned for Richard Nixon, and addressed the Republican National Convention on its opening day in August 1968.
1968 - Film: "Hellfighters."
1967 - Film: "The War Wagon.
1969 - Received the Oscar for his role as one-eyed Rooster Cogburn in "True Grit." Appeared on the cover of Aug. 8 Time Magazine (Aug. 8).
1969 - Film: "The Undefeated."
1970 - Film: "Chisum."
1970 - Film: "Rio Lobo."
1970 - Honored with a Golden Globe Award for best performance by an actor in a Motion Picture Drama by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
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1971 - John Wayne, Troy Cory and Brayden Linden meet at John Wayne's residence to discuss the establisment of the Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation, to honor outstanding newspaper columnists with the Harrison Carroll Award. Wayne to be Chairman of the Foundation.
1971 - In June meeting at the "Room at The Top," (later "Simply Blues") in the Sunset & Vine tower in Hollywood. Establishes the Harrison Carroll Award, and the Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation, with co-founders Troy Cory, Brayden Linden, Jossi Sigl and Maria Carroll. On the Board of Governors are Melvin Belli, Marjory Oswald, John Wayne, Ernest Borgnine, Sammy Darvis, Jr., Stephen Crane, Glenn Ford, Anthony Quinn and Zsa Zsa Gabor, to name a few.
1971 - On July 1, the HCCRPF and John Wayne host a star-studded banquet at Martoni-Marquis on Sunset in Hollywood.
Troy Cory announces that Harrison Carroll was endowing a permanent Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation for entertainment columnists throughout the country. To fund the Endowment, Harrison has pledged as collateral his memoirs his fantastic photograph collection, and his other memorabilia collected over forty years.
1971 - Film: "Big Jake."
1972 - Film: "The Cowboys."
1972 - Film: "Cancel My Reservation."
1973 - Film: "Cahill, United States Marshal."
1973 - Film: "The Train Robers."
1973 - Garnered a Grammy nomination for his spoken word album "America Why I Love Her."
1974 - Film: "McQ."
1975 - Film: "Brannigan."
1975 - Film: "Rooster Cogburn."
1976 - His final film "The Shootist."
1978 - In March 1978 he was diagnsed withlung cancer. He underwent heart valve replacement surgery; and in January 1979 his stomach was removed.
Wayne received the two highest civilian decorations awarded by the United States government.
1979 - Approved by Congress, Wayne was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, inscribed simply "John Wayne-American." On June 9, 1980, Wayne was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, (Americas highest civilian honor) by Jimmy Carter (at whose inaugural ball Wayne had appeared "as a member of the loyal opposition", as Wayne described it in his speech to the gathering).
1979 - Died June 11, 1979 of lung and stomach cancer in Los Angeles.
1979 - In his honor, Orange County Airport waas renamed "John Wayne Airort in June.
Personal Life:
Wayne was married three times and divorced twice. His wives, all of them Hispanic women, were Josephine Alicia Saenz, Esperanza Baur, and Pilar Pallete. He had four children with Josephine:
Michael Wayne; Mary Antonia "Toni" Wayne LaCava; Patrick Wayne; Melinda Wayne Munoz; and three with Pilar:
Aissa Wayne; John Ethan Wayne; Marisa Wayne.

/Imagespeople/HarrisonCarrollPort108w.jpg/armyarcherd108w.jpg3. Editor's Note / Harrrison Carroll's "leg man". . . Army Archerd. Julian Myers, who started at 20th Century Fox in 1948, recalls Archerd's pre-Variety stint as "leg man" for Los Angeles Herald-Express columnist Harrison Carroll. "Army was the consummate interviewer," Myers says, "a handsome young man, very accessible. "Army came out to Fox every Friday. I was assigned to take him to all the shooting stages. The actors looked forward to Army's visits because they would read in Carroll's column something interesting and honest about them."
JUST FOR VARIETY By Army Archerd . . . July 6, 1971
John Wayne on hand at the Marquis to help launch the
Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation of which he's chairman. "I've neer known him to double-cross anyone on either side of the camera," said Wayne of the former columnist. "I'm really happy to be here to help honor this wonderful guy: . . . Prizes toalling $10,000 annually for showbiz reporting is plotted by the foundation, announced president Brayden Linand and Troy Cory, coordinator, Vice President Gerd Oswald also on hand, Terry Moore,("Bunny O'Hare"). among Carroll longtime pals.

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John Wayne (born Marion Morrison) was the son of pharmacist Clyde Morrison and his wife Mary. Clyde developed a lung condition that required him to move his family from Iowa to the warmer climate of southern California, where they tried ranching in the Mojave Desert. Until the ranch failed, Marion and his younger brother Robert E. Morrison swam in an irrigation ditch and rode a horse to school.
When the ranch failed, the family moved to Glendale, California, where Marion delivered medicines for his father, sold newspapers and had an Airedale dog named "Duke" (the source of his own nickname). He did well at school both academically and in football. When he narrowly failed admission to Annapolis he went to USC on a football scholarship 1925-27.
Tom Mix got him a summer job as a prop man in exchange for football tickets. On the set he became close friends with director John Ford for whom, among others, he began doing bit parts, some billed as John Wayne.
His first featured film was "Men Without Women" (1930). After more than 70 low-budget westerns and adventures, mostly routine, Wayne's career was stuck in a rut until Ford cast him in Stagecoach (1939), the movie that made him a star.
He appeared in nearly 250 movies, many of epic proportions. From 1942-43 he was in a radio series, "The Three Sheets to the Wind", and in 1944 he helped found the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a right-wing political organization, later becoming its President. His conservative political stance was also reflected in "The Alamo" (1960), which he produced, directed and starred in. His patriotic stand was enshrined in "The Green Berets" (1968) which he co-directed and starred in. Over the years Wayne was beset with health problems. In September 1964 he had a cancerous left lung removed; in March 1978 there was heart valve replacement surgery; and in January 1979 his stomach was removed.
He received the Best Actor nomination for Sands of "Iwo Jima" (1949) and finally got the Oscar for his role as one-eyed Rooster Cogburn in "True Grit" (1969).
A Congressional Gold Medal was struck in his honor in 1979.
He is perhaps best remembered for his parts in Ford's cavalry trilogy - Fort Apache (1948), She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) and "Rio Grand" (1950).

JosieCoryCPawards108w.jpgHarrison Carroll Award Established by the Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation - John Wayne, Chairman
Entertainment columnists will henceforth be honored by the newly organized Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize, it was announced at a star-studded banquet held at the Marquis Restaurant recently. The prizes, to be awarded early next year, will be in honor of Harrison Carroll who devoted more than 40 years to show-business reporting until his retirement in 1969. "I like Hollywood people," he once said. "I give them every break I can."
Hosts of the Prize Foundation - Co-founded by Brayden Linden, and Troy Cory-Stubblefield, were well represented at the banquet, including actors John Wayne, chairman, and Brayden Linden, president; movie director Gerd Oswald, vice president; singer-actor Troy Cory, exectuive coordinator, and many film executives such as producer Terry Moore, ("Bunny O'Hare"), Josie Cory, Troy Cory's daughter Priscilla Cory, Vikki Dugan, Jossi Sigl, just to mention a few. Mr. Carroll, star for the night was accompanied by his lovely wife.
Other well-known celebrities on the Board of Governors, are Melvin Belli, John Wayne, Ernest Borgnine, Sammy Darvis, Jr., Stephen Crane, Glenn Ford, Anthony Quinn and Zsa Zsa Gabor, to name a few. CLICK FOR MORE HARRISON CARROLL STORY

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