By John Farkis,John Farkis

Alamo magazine, William Chemerka: "John Farkis' Alamo Village is the appropriate significant other not to Thinkin' ... simply Rememberin': The Making of John Wayne's The Alamo, the author's striking and accomplished paintings concerning the 1960 big-screen epic. up-to-date from its first variation in 2005, Alamo Village has been tremendously multiplied with distinctive details, attention-grabbing insights, fascinating interviews and diverse pictures concerning the very important Texas movie site."

Amazon: "Not Thinkin' ... simply Rememberin' ..." is a journey de strength. This manuscript is especially thorough and exhaustively researched. Mr. Farkis is an adept author. He understands his topic super good. His wisdom is extensive and extensive."

True West journal, Stuart Rosenbrook: "... the definitive booklet at the making of the vintage Western..."

Texas per month, Stephen Harrigan: "Not Thinkin' ... simply Rememberin'..." is all approximately (I suggest all approximately -- it is 900 pages lengthy) Wayne's obsessive quest to direct his 1960 epic The Alamo."

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