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The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by George Waggner and produced by John Wayne.

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[repeated line]
Willie Paine: I'll see to the horses.


John Breen: [to the mortally wounded Blake Randolph] Hello, hero.


Beau Merritt: [holding up a glass] Have a shot?
John Breen: [holding up his wounded arm] Just had one.


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One of two movies that Oliver Hardy acted in during the 23 year period he made comedies with his partner Stan Laurel.
John Wayne later blamed the failure of the movie on co-star Vera Ralston.
John Wayne was so pleased with the chemistry between himself and Oliver Hardy that he offered Hardy the role of "permanent comic sidekick" in subsequent movies. By the time this picture was released, Stan Laurel had recovered from illness and was able to return to the Laurel & Hardy team, so Hardy (graciously, of course) declined Wayne's offer.
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Also directed by George Waggner




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