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    John Wayne

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    man in Hollywood history, John Wayne entered the film business while working as a laborer on the Fox Studios lot during summer vacations from university, which he attended on a football scholarship. He met and was befriended by John Ford, a young director who was beginning to make a name for himself in action films, comedies, and dramas. Wayne was cast in small roles in Ford's late-'20s films, occasionally under the name Duke Morrison. It was Ford who recommended Wayne to director Raoul Walsh for

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    Dear John Wayne Poem

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    until they obtain it. Through the short poems of “Dear John Wayne” by Louise Erdrich and “Slam, Dunk, and Hook” by Yusef Komunyakaa it will show that America has always strived to become the best time and time again. Louise Erdrich poem “Dear John Wayne” can have many different settings throughout the reading and can attract to people of many separate races. The poem starts out with a group of people at a drive-in movie theater watching a John Wayne Western. It then goes into a scene where people are

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    John Wayne

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    The Duke takes his place in history. John Wayne, one of America’s greatest actors and directors of all time. His fame and superstardom led to many problems in his career. His image as an icon of American individualism and the frontier spirit has overshadowed his career to such an extent that it is almost impossible for the fans and writers to separate Wayne the legend from Wayne the actor and Wayne the man. Before the start of his movie career he played football at USC under his birth name

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    John Wayne Gacy

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    John Wayne Gacy was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 17 1942. Gacy had an uneventful childhood up until the age of eleven. While out playing he had been struck on the head by a swing. Subsequently he suffered fainting fits for many years. Gacy graduated from business school and went on to work as a shoe salesman for the Nunn Bush shoe company. Gacy met and then married work colleague Marilynn Myres in 1964. The marriage ended when Gacy was imprisoned for ten years at a correctional institute

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    John Wayne as an American Icon

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    John Wayne as an American Icon Marion Morrison, also known as John Wayne, is perhaps one of the most popular movie personalities ever. He began as a mere stagehand, but by the end of his career he had developed himself as a very successful actor, producer, and director. Marion Michael Morrison was born on May 26, 1907, in Winterest, Iowa. His father, Clyde, worked as a pharmacist, and John Wayne thought of his father as the “kindest, most patient man I ever knew.” Later on in life, John Wayne’s

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    John Wayne Gacy Article

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    John Wayne Gacy, a serial killer from Chicago, Illinois, was convicted of the rape and murder of 33 boys and young men. Known as the Killer Clown, because of his odd love of of entertaining children in a clown outfit. In December 1978, a 15 year old boy named Robert Priest went missing. The boy was reported to be going to the local Pharmacy, According to the record Priest said something to his mother about how he wanted to go back home later because some contractor wants to talk to me about a job

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    Biography of John Wayne Gacy One of the most horrendous serial killers in modern history would have to be John Wayne Gacy, Jr. He was the second of three children and born in 1942. He lived in Chicago and attended catholic schools, and wasn't a very popular boy in school. Gacy seemed to live a very normal childhood, with exception to his relationship with his father, and series of accidents that effected him. No one could have known what the future held for John, not even his father. When Gacy

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    John Wayne Gacy Biography

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    John Wayne Gacy (better known as the Clown killer and Pogo the Clown.) killed 33 men burying most under his house. He was born March 17,1942 in Chicago,Illinois. His parents were Danish and Polish. He was raised Catholic and attended Catholic school. He often worked small jobs and was a Boy Scout. When Gacy was 11, he was playing on a swing set and was hit in the head with one of the swings. The accident caused a blood clot in his brain that was not discovered until he was 16. Between the time

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    The Double Life of John Wayne Gacy John Szyc, Gregory Godzik, Sam Stapleton, and Robert Peist; what do all of these names have in common? These four young men and twenty-nine others lost their lives because of Gacy. John Wayne Gacy raped and murdered thirty-three young men in the timespan of six years. Throughout John Wayne Gacy’s double life as a rapist and murderer, he exhibits the traits of a human monster that can only be developed through both nature and nurture, as well as a

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    John Wayne Gacy, an American serial killer also known as the “Killer Clown” was a rapist who sexually assaulted, abused, and murdered young men and children. John Wayne Gacy was not interested in women what so ever. John Wayne Gacy murdered about thirty-three young teenage boys and young men from the year of 1972 to 1978 where he lived in Chicago, Illinois. Gacy had lured several young men and children into his home by offering them money for perform sexual needs for him, dressing as a police officer

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