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Robert Horton played the scout Flint McCullough on the TV series Wagon Train. I LOVED his horse and it was one of the reasons I loved to watch that show. No story of a Wagon Train scout could be complete without mention of his trusty steed. Robert Horton owned this Appaloosa. He named him Stormy Night, describing the night he bought him in Idaho.

Robert Horton played the scout Flint McCullough on the TV series Wagon Train. Robert Horton owned this Appaloosa. He named him Stormy Night, describing the night he bought him in Idaho.

This is gun control!

Scott Eyman’s new life of the actor John Wayne portrays an extremely complicated man who invented his own public persona and played it beautifully.

Duke with Robert Mitchum, Arthur Hunnicutt and James Caan (almost hidden in the background) in the thoroughly enjoyable and satisfying "El Dorado" (1967).

John Wayne, Robert Mitchum and Arthur Hunnicutt in "El Dorado" Director: Howard Hawks.

All of the Warner Brothers Studio television western stars who had programs on ABC. From left: Will Hutchins ("Sugarfoot" Brewster-Sugarfoot), Peter Brown (Johnny McKay-Lawman), Jack Kelly (Bart Maverick-Maverick), Ty Hardin (Bronco Laine-Bronco), James Garner (Bret Maverick-Maverick), Wayde Preston (Christopher Colt-Colt .45), John Russell (Dan Troop-Lawman).

Will Hutchins as Sugarfoot; Peter Brown as Lawman; Jack Kelly as Maverick; Ty Hardin as Bronco; James Garner as Maverick; Wayde Preston as Colt and John Russell as Lawman

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A true Hero, a Man's Man and a Gentleman Cowboy, The Duke was my kinda guy!

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, 1949. This is my favorite movie.

"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" movie Directed by John Ford. With Joanne Dru, John Agar, Ben Johnson.

Amazon.com: John Wayne Magnet~ "When You Come Up Against Trouble"~ Approx 2.5" x 3.5": Refrigerator Magnets: Kitchen & Dining

John Wayne is my hero! I'd get surrounded by three to four bullies and I'd ask myself what would John Wayne do? I did exactly what the Duke would do.

Rooster Cogburn

John Wayne as U. Marshall Rueben J. "Rooster" Cogburn in "True Grit," 1969

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