True Grit

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Wayne finally won an Oscar as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn, recruited by a teenaged girl to find her father's murderer. One of the Duke's best!
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Wayne finally won an Oscar as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn, recruited by a teenaged girl to find her father's murderer. One of the Duke's best!

Original Release

06/11/1969

US Release

06/11/1969

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Cast

Dennis Hopper 'Moon' / "Moon"
Glen Campbell 'La Boeuf' / "La Boeuf"
Jeremy Slate Emmett Quincy
John Wayne Rooster Cogburn / Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn
Kim Darby Mattie Ross
Robert Duvall Ned Pepper
Alfred Ryder Goudy
Strother Martin Col. G. Stonehill / Colonel G. Stonehill
Jeff Corey Tom Chaney
Ron Soble Capt. Boots Finch / Captain Boots Finch
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Henry Hathaway

Writers

Charles Portis, Marguerite Roberts

Cast

Dennis Hopper 'Moon' / "Moon"
Glen Campbell 'La Boeuf' / "La Boeuf"
Jeremy Slate Emmett Quincy
John Wayne Rooster Cogburn / Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn
Kim Darby Mattie Ross
Robert Duvall Ned Pepper
Alfred Ryder Goudy
Strother Martin Col. G. Stonehill / Colonel G. Stonehill
Jeff Corey Tom Chaney
Ron Soble Capt. Boots Finch / Captain Boots Finch
John Fiedler Lawyer Daggett
James Westerfield Judge Parker
John Doucette 'Sheriff' / "Sheriff"
Donald Woods 'Barlow' / "Barlow"
Edith Atwater Mrs. Floyd
Hank Worden R. Ryan - Undertaker
Wilford Brimley Minor Role
Leon Alton Boarding House Guest
Forest Burns Courtroom Spectator
Albert Cavens Boarding House Guest

Producers

Joseph H. Hazen Executive Producer
Paul Nathan Producer
Hal B. Wallis Producer
Joseph H. Hazen Producer
1970 Oscar Best Actor in a Leading Role Won
1970 Oscar Best Music, Original Song Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best Actor - Drama Won
1970 Golden Globe Most Promising Newcomer - Male Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best Original Song Nominated
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