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"The Barbarian and the Geisha" (1958). Country: United States. Director: John Huston. Cast: John Wayne, Eiko Ando, Sam Jaffe, So Yamamura.

"The Barbarian and the Geisha" (1958). Country: United States. Director: John Huston. Cast: John Wayne, Eiko Ando, Sam Jaffe, So Yamamura.

1952: Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne, on the set of John Ford's ‘The Quiet Man’

1952: Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne, on the set of John Ford's ‘The Quiet Man’

The Barbarian And The Geisha (1958) John Wayne John Huston (dir) Bgei Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 28704410 - Alamy

The Barbarian And The Geisha (1958) John Wayne John Huston (dir) Bgei Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 28704410 - Alamy

John Wayne, Eiko Ando in "The Barbarian and the Geisha" (1958). Director: John Huston.

John Wayne, Eiko Ando in "The Barbarian and the Geisha" (1958). Director: John Huston.

Angela with John Wayne and John Huston - 'The Barbarian and the Geisha'

Angela with John Wayne and John Huston - 'The Barbarian and the Geisha'

"The Horse Soldiers" (1959) is set in the American Civil War, directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne, William Holden and Constance Towers. The film was based on Harold Sinclair's novel of the same name.     The movie is based on the true story of the 1863 Battle of Newton's Station,  Mississippi, during Col. Benjamin Grierson raid of the American Civil War

"The Horse Soldiers" (1959) is set in the American Civil War, directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne, William Holden and Constance Towers. The film was based on Harold Sinclair's novel of the same name. The movie is based on the true story of the 1863 Battle of Newton's Station, Mississippi, during Col. Benjamin Grierson raid of the American Civil War

John Wayne (R) with John Huston between takes of The Barbarian and The Geisha, 1958

John Wayne (R) with John Huston between takes of The Barbarian and The Geisha, 1958

The Barbarian and the Geisha 1958 'The experience was one of the worst in my career.' John Wayne. When introduced to director John Huston, Wayne was full of expectations  and hopes, but his enthusiasm turned into frustration and loathe which was mutual.  Wayne worked with dictatorial directors such as Ford, Hawks, Wellmann, Hathaway, directors who planned each day's shooting and insisted on discipline. Huston rewrote the script and scenes on a daily basis , he wanted Wayne to improvise.

The Barbarian and the Geisha 1958 'The experience was one of the worst in my career.' John Wayne. When introduced to director John Huston, Wayne was full of expectations and hopes, but his enthusiasm turned into frustration and loathe which was mutual. Wayne worked with dictatorial directors such as Ford, Hawks, Wellmann, Hathaway, directors who planned each day's shooting and insisted on discipline. Huston rewrote the script and scenes on a daily basis , he wanted Wayne to improvise.

"The Barbarian and the Geisha"  movie #122.  Directed by John Huston.  With Sam Jaffe, Eido Ando, So Yamamura.  (Stick with the westerns, John)

Le Barbare et la Geisha

"The Barbarian and the Geisha" movie #122. Directed by John Huston. With Sam Jaffe, Eido Ando, So Yamamura. (Stick with the westerns, John)

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