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April 2019

Ward Bond
lines. The Bond family, John W., Mabel L., and sister Bernice, lived in Benkelman until 1919 when they moved to Denver, Colorado, where Ward graduated
On Dangerous Ground
Heart, by Gerald Butler. The drama features Ida Lupino, Robert Ryan, Ward Bond, and others. Bitter, cynical police detective, Jim Wilson (Robert Ryan)
Wagon Train
and also Ward Bond, and harkens back to the early widescreen wagon train epic The Big Trail (1930) starring John Wayne and also featuring Bond in his first
Rio Bravo (film)
Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson, Walter Brennan, and Ward Bond. Written by Jules Furthman and Leigh Brackett, based on the short story
Noah's Ark (1928 film)
broker Otto Hoffman as Trader Cast notes John Wayne, Andy Devine and Ward Bond were among the hundreds of extras in the flood scene. Wayne also worked
Frank McGrath (actor)
provided the meals and companionship for both fictional trail masters, Ward Bond as Seth Adams and John McIntire as Christopher "Chris" Hale. McGrath was
John Wayne filmography
they are based), but here the character's last name has an added "e". Ward Bond plays a movie director named "John Dodge", an obvious spoof of the film's
Sela Ward
watched TV movie to date. In 1995, Ward was passed over for a Bond girl role, learning that even though then-Bond Pierce Brosnan was 42, the casting director
John McIntire
more television series. McIntire is well known for having replaced Ward Bond, upon Bond's sudden death in November 1960, as the star of NBC's Wagon Train
Terry Wilson (actor)
entire run and worked with all the other stars on the program, including Ward Bond, Robert Horton, John McIntire, Robert Fuller, Frank McGrath, Denny Scott