John Wayne: The Life and the Legend Qualifying Entry Task (for Twitter Contest, Wk of Apr 14)

John Wayne: The Life and the Legend — Qualifying Entry Task for this week’s  Twitter Contest

In order to qualify for this week’s John Wayne Book Giveaway on Twitter, you must complete the following task by Friday, April 18 at 5PM EST (i.e. any time between now and April 18 at 5PM EST):

John Wayne: The Life and Legend by Scott Eyman

1) TWEET (not DM) the answer to this question:
“I simply owe to him every mouthful I eat, every dollar I’ve got, and practically every bit of happiness I know, that’s all.” –a fitting tribute from Wayne about a Director’s profound influence on his life.  Who was the Director?   If you need help finding the answer, click here.

TO @classicmoviehub
WITH the two hashtags #JohnWayne #QualifyingTask
BY Friday, April 18,  5PM EST

NEXT STEP: Once you have successfully completed the above Qualifying Entry Task, you will be eligible to win a copy of the book. Your next step will be to wait for my Trivia Question Tweet* which will be sent on Friday evening, April 18, at exactly 10PM EST —and correctly tweet the answer to the Trivia Question.  The FIRST PERSON to correctly Tweet the Answer to that Trivia Question wins the book (assuming they’re already eligible because they’ve successfully completed the above-referenced Qualifying Entry Task).

In other words, the first person who successfully completes this Qualifying Entry Task AND correctly answers the Friday night 10PM EST Trivia Question wins the book.

*Here’s my twitter handle @classicmoviehub

If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me on Twitter @classicmoviehub.

Contest Information and Rules.

And if you don’t want to wait to win a copy of the book, you can purchase it at amazon:

Good Luck!

–Annmarie Gatti from Classic Movie Hub

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3 Responses to John Wayne: The Life and the Legend Qualifying Entry Task (for Twitter Contest, Wk of Apr 14)

  1. Bobby Jean Groh says:

    John Ford was his director… I love all John Wayne movies, the Quiet Man is one of my favorites, along with many others.. I guess maybe I always wanted a man that would be like he was in that movie in real life…

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