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John Wayne, Hollywood, 1959/••••there's just no one like "The Duke". I think this is a shot from "The Quiet Man" w/Maureen O'Hara, Ward Bond, ???? McLaughlin, and many of his regular crew.

THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (1962) - John Wayne as 'Tom Donophan' - Directed by John Ford - Paramount - Publicity still.

John Wayne- used to watch his movies when I had sleepovers at my grandparents house. Love him

Maureen O’Hara - McLintock - such great chemistry with John Wayne

USPS 2001 - Lucille Ball - 7th in Legends of Hollywood Series Everybody loves Lucy, including the U.S. Postal Service, who honored her with this self-adhesive stamp in 2001 (released on Aug. 6, 2001). Considered "The Queen of Comedy," Lucille Balls' witt, charm, and amazing ability for physical comedy endeared her to generations of fans.

USPS 2002 - Cary Grant - 8th in Legends of Hollywood Series: Screen legend Cary Grant is honored on this mint self-adhesive stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on Oct. 15, 2002. A very compelling and debonair actor, Grant appeared in over 70 films. In 1970, he was honored with a special Academy Award for his contribution to film.

James Dean - Single Stamp 2nd in Legends of Hollywood Series United States, 1996

USPS - 1995 Single Stamp - 1st in Legends of Hollywood Series United States - Marilyn Monroe. Stamp bears a glamorous portrait of Marilyn and a facsimile autograph.

James Cagney - Single Stamp 5th in Legends of Hollywood Series United States, 1999