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McLintock! (November 13, 1963)

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John Wayne in McLintock
 

Released on November 13, 1963: (running time 2 hours and 7 minutes) John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara in a rousing romantic comedy cowboy western.

Produced by John Wayne and Michael Wayne

Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen

The Actors: John Wayne (George Washington McLintock), Maureen O'Hara (Katherine Gilhooley McLintock), Patrick Wayne (Devlin Warren), Stefanie Powers (Becky McLintock), Jack Kruschen (Jake Birnbaum, merchant), Chill Wills (Ddrago), Yvonne De Carlo (Mrs. Louise Warren), Jerry Van Dyke (Matt Douglas Jr.), Edgar Buchanan (Bunny Dull), Bruce Cabot (Ben Sage), Perry Lopez (Davey Elk), Strother Martin (Agard, Indian agent), Gordon Jones (Matt Douglas), Robert Lowery (Governor Cuthbert H. Humphrey), Hank Worden (Curly Fletcher), Michael Pate (Puma), Edward Faulkner (Young Ben Sage), Mari Blanchard (Camille), Leo Gordon (Jones), Chuck Roberson (Sheriff Jeff Lord), Bob Steele (train engineer), Alissa Wayne (Alice Warren), Big John Hamilton (Fauntleroy Sage), Danny Borzage (Loafer), Carol Daniels (girl in the general store), H.W. Gim (Ching the cook), Duncan Inches (cowhand), Cliff Lyons (bit part), Hal Needham (Carter), Kari Noven (Millie Jones), Dean Smith (bit part), Ralph Volkie (old timer in the saloon), Olaf Wieghorst (Cavalry Sergeant)

 

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The Tough Cowboy vs the Tougher Irish Rose

On Sunday, November 24, 1963 a flag-draped coffin on a two-wheel Army cart pulled by strong horses made its way through the streets of Washington, D.C. The body of President John F. Kennedy was inside the coffin, on the way to the U.S. Capitol building to lie in state after his assassination a few days before. If you watch archive footage of that journey, you will see that it passes a movie theater, and on the marquee in large letters is “McLintock,” which was currently showing. Maybe that was not the best time to be showing a cowboy western romantic comedy, but maybe it was.

John Wayne is cattle rancher George Washington McLintock, who has spent his entire life building the largest cattle ranch in the Oklahoma Territory. As in most of John Wayne’s later movies, he is a bigger-than-life character who rules his Western kingdom with wit, strength and money. He is the big man in the territory and everyone knows it and respects him. Some of the folk respect him for his accomplishments, and some folk respect him out of the fear of what he could do if they didn’t give him his due. There is only one person in the entire territory that does not respect him, . . . . Wild Irish girl Katie Gilhooley-McLintock, his estranged wife, played by the legendary Maureen O’Hara.

Katie still makes G.W. mad as a trapped polecat, but she also makes him flush with desire. Unfortunately, Katie has nothing but hatred and anger towards G.W. – But maybe we can read something else into her anger, . . . Sometimes anger and love are very close neighbors who don’t know that the other is there. In any case, Katie is back in town because their teenage daughter is coming home from finishing school.

The battle of love is on as Katie insists that G.W. gives her a divorce and allow her to take their teenage daughter out of the wild west to the safety of the sophisticated East. Anger, argument, frustration and fearsome things are ahead in this rousing story of love between the toughest man in the west and the fiery Wild Irish Rose who is the only person who can give him an even fight. These two openly despise each other so much that there is only one logical conclusion – Love in the wild west. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

John Wayne
John Wayne
Maureen O'Hara
Maureen O'Hara
Big John Hamilton
Big John Hamilton
Chill Wills and John Wayne
Chill Wills and John Wayne
Chuck Roberson and John Stanley
Chuck Roberson and John Stanley
chuck Roberson and Yvonne De Carlo
chuck Roberson and Yvonne De Carlo
Edgar Buchanan
Edgar Buchanan
Edward Faulkner
Edward Faulkner
Gordon Jones and Srother Martin
Gordon Jones and Srother Martin
H.W. Gim
H.W. Gim
Hank Worden
Hank Worden
Jack Kruschen and Maureen O'Hara
Jack Kruschen and Maureen O'Hara
John Wayne and Bruce Cabot
John Wayne and Bruce Cabot
John Wayne and Chill Wills
John Wayne and Chill Wills
John Wayne and Jack Kruschen
John Wayne and Jack Kruschen
John Wayne and Michael Pate
John Wayne and Michael Pate
John Wayne and Stefanie Powers
John Wayne and Stefanie Powers
John Wayne and Yvonne De Carlo
John Wayne and Yvonne De Carlo
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
John Wayne
Maureen O'Hara and Chill Wills
Maureen O'Hara and Chill Wills
Maureen O'Hara
Maureen O'Hara
Patrick Wayne
Patrick Wayne
Patrick Wayne
Patrick Wayne
Patrick Wayne
Patrick Wayne
Stefanie Powers
Stefanie Powers
Stefanie Powers and Jack Kruschen
Stefanie Powers and Jack Kruschen
Stefanie Powers and Jerry Van Dyke
Stefanie Powers and Jerry Van Dyke
Stefanie Powers and Jerry Van Dyke
Stefanie Powers and Jerry Van Dyke
Stefanie Powers and Maureen O'Hara
Stefanie Powers and Maureen O'Hara
Stefanie Powers and Maureen O'Hara
Stefanie Powers and Maureen O'Hara
Stefanie Powers, Patrick Wayne and John Wayne
Stefanie Powers, Patrick Wayne and John Wayne
Stefanie Powers
Stefanie Powers
Yvonne De Carlo
Yvonne De Carlo