John Wayne: The Man Behind the Myth

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This in-depth look at the life of John Wayne differs in that the author met and worked with the legend. Michael Munn reveals how Wayne's beliefs nearly led to his assassination by Communists.

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I bought this book as a Christmas gift for my husband. He said he really liked the book. He is a huge John Wayne fan and said there was a lot in the book he never knew about John Wayne so he enjoyed it a lot. And as always shopping with was a pleasure. Read full review

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Twenty-five years after his death, John Wayne still holds the public's attention. Many continue to see him as a man's man, as staunch an American patriot as he portrayed in many films (e.g., Sand of ... Read full review

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Hollywood's Cold War
Tony Shaw
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About the author (2004)

Michael Munn is a film historian and the author of twenty-five books, including Stars at War, The Hollywood Connection, and the bestseller John Wayne: The Man Behind the Myth. As a journalist he has written extensively on cinema, crime, ancient history, and the World War Two. He lives in Suffolk, England.

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