DescriptionA Shirt from "The Comancheros," "McLintock!," and "El Dorado." 20th Century Fox, 1961; United Artists, 1963; Paramount, 1966. Made of cotton in a navy blue and white gingham pattern, long sleeves, one breast pocket, tuck-in tab on placket, Western Costume Co. label reads "No. 2354-3 / John Wayne #1 / Chest 46," further WCC stamp on inside shirt tail, red paper Paramount drycleaning tag stapled to hem; first worn as Wayne portrayed "Ranger Captain Jake Cutter," then worn as "George Washington McLintock" in the chess scene with Chill Wills [as "Drago"] and Patrick Wayne [as "Devlin Warren"] (with the suit from Lot 44234) and then worn as "Cole Thornton" when he says goodbye to Charlene Holt [as "Maudie"] after his gun shot wound is healed.
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In this behind-the-scenes documentary, Ethan and Patrick Wayne share their memories of growing up with a Hollywood legend, and reveal why the time is right for the auction of the personal property of their movie-star father. Includes an exclusive look at the one-of-a-kind items from Wayne's extraordinary life. A must-have collector's DVD for all Wayne fans. DVD sales benefit the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Order your copy of this remarkable DVD for just $19.95 today.
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