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John Wayne began working in films in 1926 as an extra, propman, and stuntman, mainly for the Fox Film Corporation. He frequently worked with director John Ford and when Raoul Walsh suggested him for the lead in The Big Trail (1930), an epic western shot in an early widescreen process called Fox Grandeur, it was Ford who vouched for him.[1] Wayne's early period as a star would be brief, as Fox dropped him after only three leads. He moved over to Columbia Pictures, where he ran afoul of studio boss Harry Cohn. As a result, Wayne was dropped from leading man to supporting player to bit player and finally down to being an extra again. After the Columbia debacle, Wayne solidified his stardom – albeit as a minor star – in a string of low-budget action films (mostly westerns) at Warner Bros. and Universal and the "poverty row" studios Mascot, Monogram, and Republic. Fortunately, Wayne kept on friendly terms with John Ford who, as a result, gave Wayne a career boost with Stagecoach (1939). By 1940 John Wayne was firmly established as a major motion picture star.

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