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Joanne Dru tries to break up a fight between John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in Red River (1948)

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John Wayne and Colleen Gray in a publicity still for Red River (1948)

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John Wayne as Thomas Dunston in a publicity still for Red River (1948), the first of five films he made with Howard Hawks.

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theater ad for Red River (1948)

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John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in a smoking gif from Red River (1948)

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John Wayne leads the cattle drive in Red River (1948)

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two of Howard Hawks’  most used actors, John Wayne and Walter Brennan in Red River (1948).  They would also make Rio Bravo with Hawks.

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John Wayne takes control of quitters in an original publicity still for Red River (1948)

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Joanne Dru in a publicity still for Red River (1948)

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foreign booklet for Red River (1948)

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John Wayne and Walter Brennan in Red River (1948)

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John Wayne and John Ireland in a gif from Red River (1948)

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John Wayne and Colleen Gray in a scene from Red River (1948)

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Chief Yowlatchie as Two Jaw Quo in a publicity still for Red River (1948).  The Chief was born Daniel Simmons on the Yakima Indian Reservation in Washington state.  He began his show business career as an opera singer, and had 100 acting credits from 1923 to 1966,  His notable credits include The Paleface, Yellow Sky, Ma and Pa Kettle, Ma and Pa Kettle Go To Town, My Friend Irma, My Friend Irma Goes West, Annie Get Your Gun, Winchester 73, The Spirit of St Louis, episodes of Wagon Train and The Virginian, and an uncredited bit as a medicine man in Nevada Smith, his final film.  His part in Red River is perhaps the biggest of his career.

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John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in Red River (1948)