On the soundtrack album to which 1960s Western does John Wayne
recite “Texas is a Woman”?
What was the name of the actress who, to John Wayne's annoyance,
was foisted upon him twice as his co-star by Herbert Yates, the head
of Republic Studios?
What song is John Wayne introducing with the statement “Hello.
This is John Wayne. My two co-stars in “Rio Bravo”, Dean Martin
and Ricky Nelson, sing a mighty pretty tune. Thought you’d like to hear it.”
In which 1950s John Wayne non-Western movie does he constantly
whistle the Oscar winning theme tune throughout the film?
In which 1960s John Wayne Western does actress Lee Meriwether,
better known for her role as the original Catwoman in the “Batman”
TV series, appear?
Who is the actor in “The Wings of Eagles” that provides banjo and joint
vocal accompaniment for John Wayne on the rendition of that
well-known popular song “I’m gonna move that toe”?
In what track from the album “America: Why I Love Her” does John Wayne
namecheck Merle Haggard and “Okie from Muskogee”?
In which 1934 Lone Star production does John Wayne make his, thankfully,
only appearance as Singin’ Sandy Saunders?
What is the song that John Wayne and Victor McLaglen partner up on
towards the end of “The Quiet Man” when they turn up at White O’Morn
cottage somewhat the worse for wear?
In which 1950s film does John Wayne ill-advisedly partake in a short
dance sequence with his co-star Eiko Ando?