John Wayne: The Life and the Legend — Enter-to-Win Trivia Question (for Twitter, Friday, April 25)

Time for this month’s last Trivia Question (red font below) that will determine this week’s winner of John Wayne: The Life and Legend by Scott Eyman, courtesy of Simon & Schuster!  And it’s an easy one!!! (remember, in order to win, you must have already pre-qualified via the Qualifying Entry Task posted earlier this week)

THE QUESTION:

In John Wayne: The Life and Legend, we learn about Wayne’s transition from prop man to stunt man to actor to legend.  Fill-in-the-blank:  John Wayne won his first and only Oscar for his role as ________________ in 1969′s True Grit (TWEET your answer to @classicmoviehub)   [if you need a hint scroll below]

The FIRST person (who already completed this week’s Qualifying Entry Task) to correctly TWEET the answer to the above question — wins! :) 

If you need help with the answer, please click here.

John Wayne, True Grit, 1969, Rooster Cogburn

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Or read about it via our Exclusive Interview with Scott Eyman here.

And if you can’t wait to win the book, you can buy it right now on amazon:


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–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

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3 Responses to John Wayne: The Life and the Legend — Enter-to-Win Trivia Question (for Twitter, Friday, April 25)

  1. Brenda Dickson says:

    Rooster Bogburn

  2. Brenda Dickson says:

    Rooster Cogburn – sorry typo above!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      Hi Brenda, Well, as it turns out our first winner never replied to my outreach and emails, so I am happy to say that I just picked an Alternate Winner — which is you! Congratulations. I will be sending you an email shortly. If you don’t receive it, please let me know by commenting on this blog. Thanks!

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