If You're Holding Out for A Hero, INSP's John Wayne Movie Marathon May Help

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(NewsUSA) - These days, everyone is looking for, and finding heroes in our communities and our world. General entertainment television network INSP, whose tagline is "Heroes Live Here," may have what you need with their Duke Days of May, a special programming event which features the films of John Wayne, aka "The Duke."

"In times of uncertainty, people gravitate towards heroic characters who overcome adversity. For some, there is no one who embodies this more than the iconic John Wayne," says Doug Butts, SVP of Programming for INSP, a network with a focus on action, adventure, and heroic characters.

"This May will mark the sixth year that we have devoted a month of weekends to a mix of The Duke's most popular and beloved films, which has become an extremely popular and successful event for our network," according to Butts.

The INSP network regularly features a reliable lineup of exclusive and original series, along with timeless Western films and action-filled dramas. Original series include the popular reality show, "The Cowboy Way," which follows the adventures of three modern-day cowboys and their families, and "Ultimate Cowboy Showdown," a competition series in which modern-day cowboys, men and women, put their real-world skills to the test in a range of events. The series is hosted by country music icon Trace Adkins.

In addition, the network airs classic Western-themed fare, including "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza," as well as the family-friendly Depression-era drama, "The Waltons."

The Duke Days of May playlist includes: "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," "Big Jake," "Hondo," "3 Godfathers," "Rio Lobo, " "The War Wagon," "The Undefeated," "McLintock!," "The Quiet Man," "North to Alaska," "The Fighting Kentuckian," and "Angel and the Badman."

Themes of honor, courage, and loyalty in these classic and action-packed films can provide a great opportunity to escape and unwind with the Duke and famous co-stars, including Jimmy Stewart ("The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"), Kurt Russell ("The War Wagon"). and Maureen O'Hara ("The Quiet Man.")

The Duke Days of May event kicks off on Friday, May 1, at 8:00 p.m. EST. Visit insp.com for more information on how to find the INSP network in your area.

 

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