The Long Voyage Home

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Even though John Wayne was given top billing in this film, his role was relatively moderated, as others like Ward Bond and Thomas Mitchell carried the film. This production preceded the formulaic efforts between "The Duke" and director John Ford in subsequent films, primarily westerns. ...Read more

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