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"The Shootist" is a 1976 Western film directed by Don Siegel and starring John Wayne in what would prove to be his final film role.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: William Edwin Self & M. J. Frankovich
- production design by Robert F. Boyle
- written by Scott Hale, Glendon Swarthout, Miles Hood Swarthout
- based on "The Shootist" by Glendon Swarthout
- John Wayne as J.B. Books
- Ron Howard as Gillom Rogers
- Lauren Bacall as Bond Rogers
- James Stewart as Dr. Hostetler
- Harry Morgan as Marshall Thibido
- Hugh O'Brian as Pulford
- Richard Boone as Sweeney
- Bill McKinney as Cobb
- John Carradine as Beckum
- Sheree North as Serepta
- Rick Lenz as Dobkins
- Scatman Crothers as Moses
- Gregg Palmer as Burly Man
- Alfred Dennis as Barber
- Dick Winslow as Streetcar Driver
- Melody Thomas Scott as Girl on Streetcar
- Kathleen O'Malley as School Teacher
- Johnny Crawford as Books' Victim in Flashback #1
- Chuck Dawson
- Duke Fishman as Barfly
- Christopher George as Books' Victim in Flashback #2
- Jonathan Goldsmith as Book's Victim
- Leo Gordon as Books' Victim in Flashback #3
- Charles G. Martin as Murray the Bartender
- Ricky Nelson as Books' Fellow Lawman in Flashback
- James Nolan as Gambler
- Henry Slate as Pulford Confidant
- Bob Steele as Books' Victim in Flashback #4
- Ralph Volkie as White-Haired Bartender
- cinematography by Bruce Surtees
- edited by Douglas Stewart
- music by Elmer Bernstein
- set decoration by Arthur Jeph Parker
- genres: Western, Action/Adventure, Revisionist Western, Drama
- tagline: He's got to face a gunfight once more to live up to his legend once more. To win just one more time.
- rating: PG (USA)
- released on (39 years ago)
- some of the awards:
"The Shootist" is an award-winning book by Glendon Swarthout.
- award: - Spur Award for Best Novel, received by Glendon Swarthout
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The Sagebrush Trail (2015)
Western Movies and Twentieth-Century America by Richard Aquila
The Shootist is an elegiac tribute not only to the mythic West, but also to the actor who best personified the western myth—John Wayne. The film establishes its ties to the old myths at the outset with flashback images taken from earlier John ...
The Movie Guide (1992)
by James Monaco
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