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    The Bond family, John W., Mabel L., and sister Bernice, lived in Benkelman until 1919 when they moved to Denver, Colorado, where Ward graduated from East High School. [2] Bond attended the Colorado School of Mines [2] and then went to the University of Southern California and played football on the same team as future USC coach Jess Hill .

  2. Ward Bond (* 8.April 1903 in Benkelman, Nebraska als Wardell E. Bond; † 5. November 1960 in Dallas, Texas) war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler.Er übernahm regelmäßig Nebenrollen in Filmen von John Ford oder an der Seite von John Wayne.

  3. 17/08/2022 · The reason Ward Bond no longer appeared in Wagon train after the 4th season. Ward Bond died of a heart attack while the Wagon Train was still on its fourth season. The show was at it’s height of popularity so the network finished playing the 7 recorded episodes with Ward Bond and then intoduced John McIntire into the series.

  4. Ward Bond doesn’t come off too well in Scott Eyman’s biography “John Wayne: The Life and Legend.” He was a member of the Ford-Wayne alchoholic Irishmen club, but I’m not talking about that. I’m talking about his association with the right-wing Motion Picture Alliance and the Hollywood blacklist.

  5. 21/08/2022 · THE SEARCHERS featured an appalling mistake by Ward Bond that had to be covered up for years to avoid the 'terrible temper' and physical attack of director John Ford. When the filmmaker finally ...

  6. Ward 4 is a largely residential area located in the northernmost portion of the city, straddling the northwest and northeast quadrants. Georgia Avenue bisects the ward, and serves as its major commercial spine, extending from the Petworth neighborhood into downtown Silver Spring, Maryland to the north.

  7. Ward 7 is distinguished by its leafy streets, single-family homes, transit stations and above all, its greenspace. It is home to a number of Civil War fort sites that have since been turned into parkland including: Fort Mahan Park, Fort Davis Park, Fort Chaplin Park and Fort Dupont Park, the largest city-owned park in the District.