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The Actors.

Postby AlamoMo on Fri Sep 19, 2008 9:15 pm

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Re: The Actors.

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Re: The Actors.

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Re: The Actors.

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Re: The Actors.

Postby MUSTANG on Thu Sep 25, 2008 10:08 pm

Aissa indicated that she was delighted that Joan O'Brien played the role of her mother in this movie, because she was so pretty. In fact, it was Aissa, not Joan's agents, who asked Duke to cast her in "The Commancheros" as her mother.
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Re: The Actors.

Postby Davy on Mon Sep 29, 2008 1:44 am

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Aissa Wayne, all growed up.


It'sa shame babies hafta growed up to be babes! :o :mrgreen:

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Re: The Actors.

Postby NefariousNed on Mon Oct 06, 2008 3:32 am

BBC radio aired an interview with Richard Widmark on its March 7, 1997 edition of the program, CLOSEUP. In the course of the interview, done at Widmark's Santa Barbara home, interviewer Nigel Andrews brought up the subject of THE ALAMO.

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CLOSEUP: There was a recent biography of John Wayne that suggested that there were some pretty huge---at least at the beginning of the movie---pretty huge personality conflicts between you and Wayne. Did that happen?

WIDMARK: Well, we never got along personally. I respected him for what he did, his work, and to this day, I love to see him in a Western, he's terrific. But as people, we didn't get along. We didn't like each other. The first time I ever met Wayne, I'd just come out here and we went to a friend's house, Ollie Carey, the widow of Harry Carey, the Western actor and mother of a good friend of mine, Dobie Carey, Harry Carey Jr.. I went to her house and Wayne was there one night. I'd just moved out there and I'd just made this picture, THE KISS OF DEATH and I walk in the door and Wayne looked at me, he was half-smashed, and he says, "Wal, here comes that laughing son-of-a-bitch!" Well, from that point on, (Widmark chuckles) we weren't exactly friendly. We tolerated each other and when we worked, we were very professional, got along fine, never any trouble. But we didn't like each other, politically, or personally,

CLOSEUP: Did you like the vision he was presenting of America in THE ALAMO?

WIDMARK: I thought it was ridiculous, you know, grade-school hogwash---and all wrong!

CLOSEUP: Did this make you hesitate to take the part?

WIDMARK: Well, I didn't want to do it, particulary, but I needed the job at the time. I really didn't want to work with Duke, because we didn't like each other. But I went over one day to see him before when they were talking about casting me. He was very nice. And he wanted me to play Travis, the part that Larry Harvey played. And I said, 'no, I don't want to play that, I want to play Bowie.' 'You're not BIG enough for Bowie'--he liked big guys. (Widmark chuckles) Big to him was great. And I said, 'I'll be big enough.'
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Re: The Actors.

Postby NefariousNed on Mon Oct 06, 2008 3:34 am

December 30, 2006: John Farkis provided the following interview with Richard Widmark. Thanks, John.

Nef, the story about Wayne, Widmark and the ("Welcome aboard, Dick!") advertisement is "a blasted lie. One of them stories loose-mouthed people tell around." According to an interview Widmark gave in 1986 (Films in Review June/July 1986, pg. 326) he said:

" I doubt that Wayne ever told that story; he wasn't petty. In the first place, I never saw an ad welcoming me. In the second place, I would never say to anybody, ' The name is Richard, ' because everyone calls me Dick." Although he and Wayne were professionals, he made no bones about it. They didn't get along. When summoned by John Ford while filming Two Rode Together in Brackettville in 1960, Widmark said, "I know what he wants. I know exactly what the old bastard wants. Wayne called him and he wants me to go to that goddamn premiere of The Alamo in San Antonio! Well, screw it! I'm not going to that goddamned terrible movie. It was enough grief working on it!"

After meeting with Pappy, he relented. In the words of John Ford, "Dick here has been kind enough to do this for Duke. He said he'd go to the premiere in San Antonio if he could take you boys with him. (Ken Curtis and Harry "Dobe" Cary, jr. ) So, I'm giving you the whole weekend off. Have a good time. And Dick, thank you very much." They went, it was boring as hell, and they returned to Brackettville as soon as they could. ("Company of Heroes", by Harry Carey Jr. pg. 185-186)
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Re: The Actors.

Postby Fargo Fenwyck on Mon Oct 06, 2008 1:34 pm

Just what was Widmark's salary? If he thought 'The Alamo' was bad I wonder what he thought of 'The Long Ships' Did he need work then also. Let's not forget 'The Way West' Personally I like these films. Everybody made a clunker or two or ten. Can you imagine an Ed Wood production of the Alamo???
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Postby NefariousNed on Mon Oct 06, 2008 9:39 pm

Ron, ironically, THE ALAMO is probably the one film that most people remember Richard Widmark for.
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Re: The Actors.

Postby NefariousNed on Mon Oct 06, 2008 9:42 pm

They went, it was boring as hell, and they returned to Brackettville as soon as they could. ("Company of Heroes", by Harry Carey Jr. pg. 185-186)

Is Harry Carey Jr. letting slip here that he too did not care for the film?
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Re: The Actors.

Postby MUSTANG on Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:05 pm

Don't know Ned. Although when I was in contact with Dobe, he didn't say anything about that.
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Re: The Actors.

Postby Fargo Fenwyck on Tue Oct 07, 2008 7:33 pm

He nor Ben Johnson were in it yet Olive Carey was. Did Dobe visit the set at all? I know Ward Bond did. Duke used the same people like Ford and I'm guessing maybe he didn't want to appear he was borrowing the John Ford Stock Company.
Widmark made a lot of good films at Fox. I think the only thing he didn't do was a musical where he sang.
I'd still like to know what he made on the film if anybody knows.
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Re: The Actors.

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BONNIE & CLYDE, mountain man Mad Jack in the mid-Seventies TV series GRIZZLY ADAMS and everybody's Uncle
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Re: The Actors.

Postby NefariousNed on Mon Oct 13, 2008 5:25 pm

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My friends, Laurence Golbey and his brother Ray, have an interesting tale to tell regarding Laurence
Harvey's first visit to the real Alamo in San Antonio. Laurence and Ray had been visiting
Harvey at his home and made it a point of questioning him about his role in THE ALAMO. Harvey,
says Laurence, was reclined upon a chaise lounge dressed like the epitome of a movie star; sun
glasses, smoking jacket, long cigarette holder, the works. Anyway, Harvey noted that, in order to
get into the character of William Barret Travis and his time and place in history, he'd visited the
Alamo in San Antonio. But, much as he'd tried, he just couldn't get into the spirit of the Alamo, while
there. It was only when he'd stepped onto the set of the Alamo in Brackettville that it really clicked
with him.
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Re: The Actors.

Postby Seguin on Mon Oct 13, 2008 6:30 pm

It´s not surprising that it did´nt click for Harvey at the Alamo. There´s not much left of the Alamo. It´s more like a museum filled with tourists...
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Re: The Actors.

Postby NefariousNed on Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:56 pm

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Patrick Wayne, as Jim Bonham, early on in the filming. Notice how
some of the actors' hair got suddenly longer, as filming progressed?
In the opening shot, Travis (Harvey) almost has a crewcut, while
Pat Wayne looks ivy league. Later, they try to assume the longer,
more unkempt look.
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Re: The Actors.

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The following excerpt from Aissa Wayne's book, JOHN WAYNE, MY FATHER,
should be of interest to Waynamo fans. The passage concerns the then 23
year old Aissa's feelings regarding her father's passing in June, 1979.

Following the burial, my mother held a short and subdued and awkward reception.
Even more so because of the funeral, which my mother knew my dad never wanted
her relations with Michael were strained. When most of the mourners had gone, I
gazed at my mother across her dining room, recalling how much my father loved her.
I remembered how he loved zipping her up as she dressed for a party, how on those
Encino nights they always looked so young and carefree. I remembered their huge,
safe, warm bed, and my climbing between them mornings when I was a child.
"Three together", I used to say. "Three together always."


(NOTE: That last line is what Aissa, as Angelina "Lisa" Dickinson says to her parents in the film.)
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Re: The Actors.

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the bottom of his heart", while Craig read the Wayne lines. Of course now we have the missing
death scene thanks to the Director's cut, but at the time, it was an Alamo first.

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from California (especially host Joe Musso) were very considerate; in fact, they even took a photo of
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Postby Seguin on Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:28 pm

That must´ve been an exiting meeting at Musso´s place! Were you there as well, Nef?
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Seguin wrote:That must´ve been an exiting meeting at Musso´s place! Were you there as well, Nef?

Yes indeed! He autographed a movie still for me there.
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John Farkis and I had the good fortune to have lunch with Marshall Jones (left) and Robert Harris (right), both actors/stunt men in THE
ALAMO. October 20, 2008
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Robert Harris, talking about his time spent working on THE ALAMO. Robert appeared as both a Texan and Mexican soldier and was a
participant in the scene where the horse and caisson destroyed the camera during a river crossing. "You've ruined my camera," Robert
remembers Duke saying---"not even thinking about how us extras had fared," Robert added with a laugh.
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As just one of his many film duties, Marshall Jones was Duke's body double and stood in for him in costume during the setting up of a
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Robert Harris, John Farkis and Marshall Jones, at Robert's place.
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Robert Harris and Marshall Jones. (Is Robert mimicing Jocko and his hat from that scene just prior to
the Alamo's final assault?)
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Robert Harris, with the real cap and ball rifle he used in THE ALAMO during close-up scenes.
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Robert Harris with the converted Springfield trap door rifle with phony lock, used during far background
shots in THE ALAMO.
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Buckskin jacket Robert Harris wore in THE ALAMO.
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Robert Harris with John Wayne during the production of THE ALAMO and wearing the buckskin jacket see in the
last photo. (Great autographed souvenir!)
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Re: The Actors.

Postby alamobill on Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:21 pm

Great pictures, Nef. What a thrill it must have been getting to visit with these two fine gentlemen. I bet they had some great stories to tell. And the props used in the movie that Robert has are priceless. Do they live around the San Antonio area?
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Re: The Actors.

Postby Davy on Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:40 pm

Great stuff Ned ... its allus something with you & John F.! :o

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Re: The Actors.

Postby Seguin on Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:16 pm

Great pics, Nef! It´s great that Robert Harris still have the buckskin jacket, rifles and hat from the movie! They´re great souvenirs to have, and quite valuable, I´m sure. Robert Harris and Marshall Jones must´ve some great Waynamo stories to tell...
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Joseph Calleia, as Juan Seguin. (Was this photo taken out by the jacales, John F., or anybody?)
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