Filmography 1961 to 1976 -- What Wikipedia Says

# Title Studio Role Leading Lady Director Notes

- 1961 -
151 The Challenge of Ideas [1] Himself - - An anti-Communist propaganda short. w/ Jack Webb, Helen Hayes, Chet Huntley.
152 The Comancheros 20th Jake Cutter Ina Balin Michael Curtiz w/ Stuart Whitman, Lee Marvin, Bruce Cabot, Patrick Wayne, Lee Marvin. Filmed in CinemaScope and Deluxe color. The last film directed by Curtiz.[2]

- 1962 -
153 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Par Tom Doniphon Vera Miles John Ford w/ James Stewart[3], Lee Marvin, Woody Strode, Andy Devine.
154 Hatari! Par Sean Mercer Elsa Martinelli Howard Hawks w/ Red Buttons, Hardy Kruger, Bruce Cabot. Filmed in Technicolor on location in Tanganyika.
155 The Longest Day 20th Lt.Col. Benjamin Vandervoort - Ken Annakin Wayne was part of an all-star cast in this epic retelling of the D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944. Filmed in black and white and CinemaScope.
Andrew Marton
Bernard Wicki
Darryl F. Zanuck
Gerd Oswald
156 How the West Was Won MGM Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman[4] - John Ford Another all-star epic. Wayne appeared in the Civil War sequence directed by Ford. Also appearing in this sequence were George Peppard, Russ Tamblyn, and Harry Morgan (as Ulysses S. Grant). Filmed in Technicolor[5] and Cinerama.
Henry Hathaway
George Marshall

- 1963 -
157 Donovan's Reef Par Michael Patrick Donovan Elizabeth Allen John Ford w/ Lee Marvin, Jack Warden, Cesar Romero. Filmed in Technicolor on location in Kauai, Hawaii. Wayne's last film with director John Ford.[6]
158 McLintock! Batjac George Washington McLintock Maureen O'Hara Andrew V. McLaglen w/ Patrick Wayne, Stephanie Powers, Bruce Cabot, Yvonne de Carlo. A big favorite with Wayne fans. His first film with director McLaglen. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.

- 1964 -
159 Circus World (US title) SB Matt Masters Claudia Cardinale Henry Hathaway w/ Lloyd Nolan, Richard Conte, John Smith. Filmed in 70mm Super Technirama and Technicolor. Originally presented in Cinerama.
The Magnificent Showman (GB title) UA Rita Hayworth

- 1965 -
160 The Greatest Story Ever Told UA The Centurion (Longinus) - George Stevens Director Stevens's large-scale telling of the life of Jesus Christ (played by Max Von Sydow) with an all-star supporting cast. Wayne has a brief bit as the Roman centurion who leads Christ to his crucifixion.
161 In Harm's Way Sig Capt. Rockwell Torrey Patricia Neal Otto Preminger w/ Kirk Douglas, Tom Tryon, Paula Prentiss, Burgess Meredith, Brandon de Wilde, Henry Fonda. Filmed in Panavision. Wayne's last film in black and white.
162 The Sons of Katie Elder Par John Elder Martha Hyer Henry Hathaway w/ Dean Martin, Earl Holliman. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor on location near Durango, Mexico.

- 1966 -
163 Cast a Giant Shadow Batjac Gen. Mike Randolph - Melville Shavelson w/ Kirk Douglas, Senta Berger. Wayne, Yul Brynner, and Frank Sinatra did guest star appearances in the biopic of Col. David "Mickey" Marcus (Douglas). Filmed in Technicolor.

- 1967 -
164 A Nation Builds Under Fire U.S. Department of Defense/Armed Forces Information & Education Himself - Harry Middleton A documentary short dealing with Vietnam.
165 The War Wagon Batjac Taw Jackson - Burt Kennedy w/ Kirk Douglas, Howard Keel, Robert Walker, Jr.[7], Bruce Cabot. Filmed in Panavision andTechnicolor on location in Durango, Mexico.
166 El Dorado Par Cole Thornton Charlene Holt Howard Hawks w/ Robert Mitchum, James Caan, Arthur Hunnicutt, Edward Asner. Filmed in Technicolor on location in Arizona. Filmed before, but released after, The War Wagon.
Michele Carey

- 1968 -
167 The Green Berets Batjac Col. Mike Kirby [8] John Wayne w/ David Janssen, Jim Hutton, Aldo Ray, Bruce Cabot, George Takei. Wayne's controversial take on the Vietnam war. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor on location at Fort Benning, Georgia. Co-directed by an uncredited Mervyn LeRoy, but credit given instead to Ray Kellogg.
WB Ray Kellogg
168 Hellfighters Uni Chance Buckman Katharine Ross Andrew V. McLaglen w/ Jim Hutton, Bruce Cabot, Jay C. Flippen. Wayne's character was based on real-life "hellfighter" Red Adair. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.
Vera Miles

- 1969 -
169 True Grit Par U.S. Marshal Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn Kim Darby Henry Hathaway w/ Glen Campbell, Jeremy Slate, Robert Duvall, Strother Martin, Jeff Corey. Wayne's Academy Award winning performance and his last film with Hathaway. Filmed in Technicolor.
170 The Undefeated 20th Col. John Henry Thomas - Andrew V. McLaglen w/ Rock Hudson, Roman Gabriel, Lee Meriwether. Filmed in Panavision and Deluxe color.

- 1970 -
171 No Substitute for Victory AK Narrator - Robert F. Slatzer A short in support of America's involvement in the Vietnam War. w/ General Mark Clark, Martha Raye, Sam Yorty, General William Westmoreland, and Lowell Thomas.
172 Chisum Batjac John Chisum Pamela McMyler Andrew V. McLaglen w/ Forrest Tucker, Christopher George, Bruce Cabot, Patric Knowles, Geoffrey Deuel (as Billy the Kid), Glenn Corbett (as Pat Garrett). Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.
173 Rio Lobo Par Cord McNally Jennifer O'Neill Howard Hawks w/ Jorge Rivero, Jack Elam, Chris Mitchum, Sherry Lansing, George Plimpton.[9] Wayne's last film with Hawks. Filmed in Technicolor.

- 1971 -
174 Big Jake Batjac Jacob McCandles Maureen O'Hara George Sherman w/ Richard Boone, Patrick Wayne, Chris Mitchum, Bruce Cabot. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.
175 Directed by John Ford AFI Himself - Peter Bogdanovich A documentary about Ford, narrated by Orson Welles.

- 1972 -
176 The Cowboys WB Wil Andersen Sarah Cunningham Mark Rydell w/ Roscoe Lee Browne, Bruce Dern, Colleen Dewhurst. Filmed in Panavision 70 and Technicolor. Later a TV series.
177 Cancel My Reservation WB Himself - Paul Bogart Wayne, Bing Crosby, Johnny Carson, and Flip Wilson made brief, unbilled cameo appearances in this Bob Hope comedy. Filmed in Technicolor.

- 1973 -
178 The Train Robbers Batjac Lane Ann-Margret Burt Kennedy w/ Rod Taylor, Ben Johnson, Christopher George, Ricardo Montalban. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.
179 Cahill, United States Marshal (US title) Batjac J.D. Cahill Marie Windsor Andrew V. McLaglen w/ George Kennedy, Gary Grimes, Neville Brand, Clay O'Brien. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor.
Cahill (GB title) WB

- 1974 -
180 McQ Batjac Det. Lt. Lon McQ Diana Muldaur John Sturges w/ Eddie Albert, Clu Gulager. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor. The first of Wayne's two cop films made in the wake of Clint Eastwood's success with Dirty Harry (1971).
L-G Colleen Dewhurst
WB Julie Adams

- 1975 -
181 Brannigan UA Brannigan Judy Geeson Douglas Hickox w/ Richard Attenborough, Mel Ferrer. Filmed in Panavision and Deluxe colour on location in London.
182 Rooster Cogburn Uni Marshal Reuben J. 'Rooster' Cogburn[10] Katharine Hepburn Stuart Millar w/ Anthony Zerbe, Richard Jordan, John McIntire, Strother Martin. Filmed in Panavision and Technicolor on location in Oregon.

- 1976 -
183 Chesty: Tribute to a Legend - Himself - John Ford A tribute documentary on the most decorated U.S. Marine, Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller. Completed in 1970, but not released until 1976, three years after Ford's death.
184 The Shootist DDL John Bernard Books Lauren Bacall Don Siegel w/ Ron Howard, James Stewart, John Carradine, Hugh O'Brian, Harry Morgan, Richard Boone. Filmed in Technicolor.
PA Sheree North