El Dorado

John Wayne as Cole Thornton in El Dorado (1966)

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Red River

Red River is ranked number 1 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

Howard Hawks movies: 20 greatest films ranked worst to best

Red River

Red River (1948) is ranked number 1 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

I think this is a good choice, but I’m inclined to make Scarface number 1.

What do you think is Howard Hawks’ greatest masterpiece?  There are many to choose from.  Send me a quick reply with your choice and I’ll report the results.

Red River

John Wayne as Thomas Dunson in Red River (1948), ranked number one on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films,

All five of Howard Hawks’ movies with John Wayne are ranked in the top 20 – that’s 25% of the list.

Red River

John Wayne and Walter Brennan in Red River (1948), ranked number 1 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films,

Both actors appear in five of Hawks’ 20 Greatest.

El Dorado

El Dorado is ranked number 16 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

I would rank El Dorado higher, closer to the top 10.

Hatari

Hatari is ranked number 13 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

This is definitely one of Hawks’ most entertaining films and should rank in the top 10.  It was also a blockbuster hit.

Rio Bravo

John Wayne and Dean Martin in a scene from Rio Bravo (1959)

Rio Bravo

Angie Dickinson and John Wayne behind the scenes in an original autographed publicity still for Rio Bravo (1959)

Rio Lobo

John Wayne in a foreign lobby card for Rio Lobo (1970)

Rio Lobo

John Wayne in a scene from Rio Lobo (1970)

Rio Lobo

John Wayne in a foreign poster for Rio Lobo (1970)

Rio Lobo

John Wayne and Christopher Mitchum in a foreign lobby card for Rio Lobo (1970)

El Dorado

John Wayne, James Caan and Robert MItchum have a laugh behind the scenes in an original autographed publicity still for El Dorado (1966)

El Dorado

John Wayne as Cole Thornton in El Dorado (1966)