John Ford - Legendary Director

Legendary Film Director, John Ford - Won a Best Director Academy Award for 'The Quiet Man', 1953 - Also Won, was a Best Cinematography (Color) Academy Award -

John Wayne in Ford's 'The Searchers'. In the final shot, Wayne pays tribute to Harry Carey...

John Wayne in The Searchers, 1956 (dir. John Ford) Greatest western and best scene in the movie.

John Wayne and John Ford enjoy a laugh in Monument Valley.

John Wayne and John Ford enjoy a laugh in Monument Valley while filming “The Searchers”.

THE SEARCHERS, 1956. Directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne. Click through for Martin Scorsese's article for the Hollywood Reporter.

The Searchers - John Ford 1956 - -- "Based on the novel by Alan Le May. As a Civil War veteran spends years searching for a young niece captured by Indians, his motivation becomes increasingly questionable.

Jeffrey Hunter (with Natalie Wood behind him) in The Searchers, directed by John Ford, 1956. >>> To watch this movie is to fall in love with Jeffrey Hunter.

Jeffrey Hunter (with Natalie Wood behind him) in The Searchers, directed by John Ford, >>> To watch this movie is to fall in love with Jeffrey Hunter.

John Ford  Greatest American director

Looking not only aged but worn and tired, this surely must be the great filmmaker caught in the years just before the assault of the cancer that would kill Ford in

John Wayne, Andy Devine and director John Ford on the set of "Stagecoach" (1939).

STAGECOACH - John Wayne & Andy Devine (seated in foreground) wait for the next scene. Director John Ford is seated adjacent to the camera - Produced by Walter Wanger - Directed by John Ford - United Artists - Production Still.

Ward Bond, Henry Fonda, John Ford, and John Wayne on a success fishing expedition.

Ward Bond, Henry Fonda, John Ford, and John Wayne on a successful fishing expedition.

They Were Expendable (1945) Stars: Robert Montgomery, John Wayne, Donna Reed & Jack Holt

They Were Expendable is a 1945 American war film directed by John Ford and starring Robert Montgomery and John Wayne and featuring Donna Reed.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) - Directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne, James Stewart and Vera Miles.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - It's like a western perfect storm: John Wayne, James Stewart and director John Ford. All there to answer the question, what's mightier in the west? Brain or brawn?

5/29/14  12:38p RKO Radiio Pictures  ''She Wore A Yellow Ribbon''    John Wayne   Victor McLaglen John  Agar  Joanne Dru  Harry Carey Jr  George O'Brien  Movie Posters   Director John Ford 1949  marclynn.flickr.com

Ideal Gifts for Dads: Vintage Western movie posters lobby cards. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, 1949 Original Vintage One Sheet Movie Poster Starring John Wayne AT Conway's Vintage Treasures

THE ALAMO (1960) - Director John Wayne discusses an upcoming shot with Oscar-winning director John Ford (foreground) on the set near Brackettville, TX - Produced & Directed by John Wayne - United Artists - Production Still.

THE ALAMO - Director John Wayne discusses an upcoming shot with Oscar-winning director John Ford (foreground) on the set near Brackettville, TX - Produced & Directed by John Wayne - United Artists - Production Still.

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