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  1. John Ford directed Chesty: A Tribute to a Legend a 1976 film documentary. In the HBO miniseries The Pacific (2010), Puller is played by the American actor William Sadler . In the Vietnam War movie The Boys in Company C a boot camp sergeant has the men repeat the line "Good night Chesty, wherever you are" followed by, when the sergeant leaves, one of the men asking sarcastically, "Who the F ...

  2. Chesty Morgan was a popular live act by 1973, using variations of the names of Zsa Zsa, Chesty and Gabor. During the week of November 19-24, 1973 she appeared at the Knight Lounge in Warren, Pennsylvania under the name Zsa Zsa "Chesty" Gabborr. The performances were promoted as her final appearance at the lounge.

  3. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (/ ˈ v æ l ə n s /) is a 1962 American Western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and James Stewart.The screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck was adapted from a 1953 short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson.

  4. 28/09/2021 · Celebrating A Legendary Pin-Up Model And Cult Movie Queen! I'm always fascinated by exploitation cinema - there are so many different types, from erotic horror, to thriller, ribald sex comedies, and of course, those early examples where more of promised than ever delivered.

  5. 30/09/2021 · Mike Renzi Death – Obituary News: Mike Renzi has died . We are sad to report that Mike Renzi has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 29. 202…

  6. › title › tt00600507 Women (1966) - IMDb

    7 Women: Directed by John Ford. With Anne Bancroft, Sue Lyon, Margaret Leighton, Flora Robson. In China in 1935, seven dedicated missionary women try to protect themselves from the advances of a barbaric Mongolian warlord and his cut-throat gang of warriors.

  7. › name › nm0000406John Ford - IMDb

    John Ford, Director: The Quiet Man. John Ford came to Hollywood following one of his brothers, an actor. Asked what brought him to Hollywood, he replied "The train". He became one of the most respected directors in the business, in spite of being known for his westerns, which were not considered "serious" film. He won six Oscars, counting (he always did) the two that he won for his ...