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  • Test Of Faith

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  • New John Wayne 16" x 12.5" (D1429) Nostalgic Weathered Appearance Tin Sign

    Since 2006 we've been the place to go for gas pumps and other retro items. This tin sign is just one of hundreds of quality wall signs offered to help you decorate. These lightweight metal signs easily hang with 2 or 4 nails or screws (not included). Great as a gift, as well as a decorative item in your garage, home, office, warehouse, mom cave, man cave, gameroom, showroom, diner, etc. These new tin signs are intentionally made to look weathered, scratched, and aged to give it a vintage antique appearance. Made in USA. Stored, packed, and shipped by Amazon.

    • Color: Multi
    • Brand: The Finest Website Inc.
    • ASIN: B075WCZZW9
    • UPC: 653981770990
    • Part No: D1429

  • A Practical Handbook for Ministry: From the Writings of Wayne E. Oates

    For years, the many books of Wayne Oates have served as invaluable field manuals for ministers and seminarians. Here, for the first time in one volume and by a minister who studied with him, are selected chapters from this distinguished author's fundamental works. This helpful new book reflects Oates's wisdom, clinical insight, and exhaustive search for scriptural understanding.

    • Color: Other
    • Brand: Brand: Westminster John Knox Press
    • ASIN: 0664221548

  • They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK

    New York Times bestseller: A definitive, no-holds-barred account of all the evidence pointing to a secret government plot to murder President Kennedy.   It’s been more than fifty years since John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and it’s time we all fully understood the facts, theories, and myths surrounding the plot to murder the president. New York Times–bestselling authors Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell, and David Wayne have created a compendium that covers every possible scenario—from plot to cover-up.  They Killed Our President discusses the most famous of theories, such as the second shooter on the grassy knoll, and also brings to light new and recently discovered testimony and reports, which show that elements of the US government were behind the plot and took every step to make sure that the truth would never be revealed. No stone is left unturned, no document left unread in the research behind They Killed Our President. After reviewing the sixty-three reasons in this book, you will find it undeniable that President Kennedy’s death was a product of conspiracy.

    • ASIN: B00E25841Q

  • John E. Fetzer and the Quest for the New Age (Great Lakes Books)

    John E. Fetzer and the Quest for the New Age follows the spiritual sojourn of John E. Fetzer, a Michigan business tycoon. Born in 1901 and living most of his life in Kalamazoo, Fetzer parlayed his first radio station into extensive holdings in broadcasting and other enterprises, leading to his sole ownership of the Detroit Tigers in 1961. By the time he died in 1991, Fetzer had been listed in Forbes magazine as one of the four hundred wealthiest people in America. And yet, business success was never enough for Fetzer-his deep spiritual yearnings led him from the Christianity of his youth to a restless exploration of metaphysical religions and movements ranging from Spiritualism, Theosophy, Freemasonry, UFOology, and parapsychology, all the way to the New Age as it blossomed in the 1980s. Author Brian C. Wilson demonstrates how Fetzer's quest mirrored those of thousands of Americans who sought new ways of thinking and being in the ever-changing spiritual movements of the twentieth century. Over his lifetime, Fetzer's worldview continuously evolved, combining and recombining elements from dozens of traditions in a process he called "freedom of the spirit." Unlike most others who engaged in a similar process, Fetzer's synthesis can be documented step by step using extensive archival...

    • ASIN: 0814345301

  • Fire & Flavor John Wayne Collection All Natural Hardwood Charcoal Briquets, 8.3 Pound Bag, Pack of 2

    Inspired by one of the most authentic characters in Americas history, John Wayne Stock & Supply charcoal is the highest quality charcoal on the market today. Made from Oak & Hickory in the U.S.A., these charcoal briquetes are great for any barbeque where flavor is important. Burn Ridges create better air flow for quicker lighting. Authentic. Straightforward. Honest. Just like the man himself. A portion of all sales are donated to The John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Contains 2 - 8.3 Lb Bags

    • Brand: Fire & Flavor
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    • UPC: 799355800976

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  • John Wayne Western Collection (DVD)

    THE SHOOTIST: About ten minutes into The Shootist, Doctor Hostetler (James Stewart) tells aging western gunfighter John Bernard Books (John Wayne) "You have a cancer." Knowing that his death will be painful and lingering, Books is determined to be shot in the line of "duty". In his remaining two months, Books settles scores with old enemies, including gambler Pulford (Hugh O'Brian) and Marshall Thibido (Harry Morgan) and reaches out to new friends (including feisty widow Lauren Bacall and her hero-worshipping son Ron Howard). In the end, is shot to death, but in so doing he is able to dissuade another from following his blood-stained example. Throughout the film, Book's imminent demise is compared with the decline of the west, as represented by the automobiles and streetcars that have begun to blight the main street of Wayne's home town. It is unknown if John Wayne was aware that he was dying of cancer when he agreed to film The Shootist; whatever the case, the film is a powerful valedictory to a remarkable man and a fabulous career. THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER: Henry Hathaway directs the 1965 psychological Western The Sons of Katie Elder. Four sons reunite in their Texas hometown to attend their mother's funeral. John (John Wayne) is the gunfighter, Tom (Dean Martin) is the gambler, Matt (Earl Holliman) is the quiet one, and Bud (Michael Anderson Jr.) is the youngest. They soon learn that their father gambled away the family ranch, leading to his own murder. The brothers decide to find their father's killer and get back the ranch, even though they are discouraged to do so by local Sheriff Billy Wilson (Paul Fix). When the sheriff turns up dead, the Elder boys are blamed for the murder. Deputy Sheriff Ben Latta (Jeremy Slate) joins forces with the only witnesses of the murder: Morgan Hastings (James Gregory) and his son Dave (Dennis Hopper). A gunfight breaks out between the Hastings gang and the Elder gang. After his brother Matt is killed, John decides to settle the ranch dispute in a court of law with a judge (Sheldon Allman). However, Tom decides to take matters into his own hands by kidnapping Dave. After the final climactic gunfight, John and the wounded Bud retreat to a rooming house owned by Mary Gordon (Martha Hyer). TRUE GRIT: In 1970, John Wayne won an Academy Award. for his larger-than-life performance as the drunken, uncouth and totally fearless one-eyed U.S. Marshall, Rooster Cogburn. The cantankerous Rooster is hired by a headstrong young girl (Kim Darby) to find the man who murdered her father and fled with the family savings. When Cogburn's employer insists on accompanying the old gunfighter, sparks fly. And the situation goes from troubled to disastrous when an inexperienced but enthusiastic Texas Ranger (Glen Campbell) joins the party. Laughter and tears punctuate the wild action in this extraordinary Western which features performances by Robert Duvall and Strother Martin. THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE: Like Pontius Pilate, director John Ford asks "What is truth?" in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance—but unlike Pilate, Ford waits for an answer. The film opens in 1910, with distinguished and influential U.S. senator Ransom Stoddard (James Stewart) and his wife Hallie (Vera Miles) returning to the dusty little frontier town where they met and married twenty-five years earlier. They have come back to attend the funeral of impoverished "nobody" Tom Doniphon (John Wayne). When a reporter asks why, Stoddard relates a film-long flashback. He recalls how, as a greenhorn lawyer, he had run afoul of notorious gunman Liberty Valance (Lee Marvin), who worked for a powerful cartel which had the territory in its clutches. Time and again, "pilgrim" Stoddard had his hide saved by the much-feared but essentially decent Doniphon. It wasn't that Doniphon was particularly fond of Stoddard; it was simply that Hallie was in love with Stoddard, and Doniphon was in love with Hallie and would do anything to assure her happines...

  • John Wayne, Hellfighters, (DVD)

    DVD, 121 minutes, UNIVERSAL

  • John Wayne: Western Hero - 20 Movie Collection (DVD)

    John Wayne remains one of the most beloved icons in the history of American film. His prolific career established him as the symbol of an American West that epitomized the virtues of courage, toughness, humor and loyalty. This amazing collection contains 20 features starring the ever-popular western icon, John Wayne. This 4 DVD collection includes his early work that captured the raw talent and charisma that were destined to make quot;The Dukequot; an American hero for the ages whose appeal endures to this day.

  • TCM Greatest Classic Films: Legends: John Wayne Action (DVD)

    CHISUM (1970) - Wayne stars as John Chisum, a real-life cattle king determined to protect his empire against a land-grabbing developer (Forrest Tucker). Wayne's no-nonsense persona snugly fits this lively reworking of the events of New Mexico's 1878 Lincoln County War. THE TRAIN ROBBERS (1973) - Three Civil War veterans (Wayne, Rod Taylor and Ben Johnson) team up with a train robber's widow (Ann-Margret) to recover a half-million in gold. But the dead man's ex-partners want the gold, and they'll kill to get it in this rollicking caper from writer/director Burt Kennedy. CAHILL: UNITED STATES MARSHAL (1973) - Lawman J.D. Cahill (Wayne) can stand alone against an army of bad guys. But as a widower father, he's on insecure footing raising two sons. Particularly when he suspects they're involved in a bank robbery and two killings in this suspenseful blend of action and heroic sentiment. McQ (1974) - As Detective Lon McQ, Wayne thunderously enforces the law in a high-velocity thriller that's like a big-city revenge Western on wheels. Directed by action master John Sturges and written by coproducer Lawrence Roman, McQ is a breathless, gritty showcase for the Duke.