John Wayne’s Estate Posts Iconic Photo with Constance Towers, Asks Fans Trivia Question about ‘The Horse Soldiers’

by Keeli Parkey
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The legendary movie star John Wayne may have passed away many years ago, but his memory is living on thanks to his numerous films.

Also, the official Instagram dedicated to the actor account is doing its part to keep his memory alive. And, part of that effort is sharing photos of the man known as “Duke” with social media users. One of the most recent photos shared on the Duke’s official Instagram account included one of his many film costars. The photo was shared on Wednesday (April 28).

That costar is Constance Towers. And, Duke and Towers worked together on the film “The Horse Soldiers.” According to the Instagram post, the film had its debut in 1959. And, IMDb.com reported that the plot of the film was as follows: “In 1863, a Union outfit is sent behind Confederate lines in Mississippi to destroy enemy railroads but a captive southern belle and the unit’s doctor cause frictions within ranks.”

In addition to sharing the photo of John Wayne and his costar, the Instagram account also invited fans to answer a trivia question. That question was: “Do you know Duke’s character’s name in this film?”

Well, do you? If so, head over to the official Instagram account for John Wayne and share your answer.

You can view the Instagram post of John Wayne and Constance Towers below.

Television Network Showcasing John Wayne and His Films During May

If you love John Wayne, INSP TV is the channel you need to watch during the month of May.

The network is hosting a very special event in honor of the Duke. The event is titled “The Duke Days of May.”

And, thanks to this special event, fans of the famous actor will have a chance to watch some of his most famous films right from the comfort of home.

Based on the schedule shared by the network, a good variety of the famous actor’s films will be shown. Of course, there are classic westerns such as “Stagecoach.” There are also war films such as “The Fighting Seabees.”

The special John Wayne tribute will actually begin on the final day of April with the airing of “Stagecoach.”

The event will continue on weekends throughout the month of May. A few of the other films slated to air during the event are “Sands of Iwo Jima,” “Rooster Cogburn,” and “Rio Bravo.”

For more information about “The Duke Days of May” visit the INSP TV website.

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