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Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O’Neill and Sherry Lansing in Rio Lobo (1970).   The casting wasn’t the best, as Howard Hawks always liked to have another strong male character opposite John Wayne, and Jennifer O’Neill had the look but not the talent.  Still, the acting was much better than his 60’s flop. Red Line 7000.

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Jennifer O’Neill, Jorge Rivero, Sherry Lansing and John Wayne in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne has a meal with Jennifer O’Neill and Susana Dosamantes in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jack Elam points his rifle at John Wayne in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970) with Jennifer O’Neill and Jorge Rivero

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John Wayne wakes up next to Jennifer O’Neill in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne and Jennifer O’Neill in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jennifer O’Neill in Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jack Elam. John Wayne, Jennifer O’Neill and Jorge Rivera in Rio Lobo (1970)

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John, Jennifer and Jorge in Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne and Jennifer O’Neill in Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne and Jennifer O’Neill in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970).

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Jennifer O’Neill in Rio Lobo (1970).  Howard Hawks did not like her diva behavior as a newcomer, and sought ways  to reduce her part and shoot her unflatteringly.

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Rio Lobo (1970)

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Jennifer O’Neill in Rio Lobo (1970)

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John Wayne and Jorge Rivera in an original publicity still for Rio Lobo (1970).