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John Wayne exhibit will be dismantled at USC due to actor’s perceived bigotry

A film school in California is canceling its John Wayne exhibit due to what administrators are calling the late ­actor’s history of bigoted and homophobic statements.

The School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California announced last week that it was removing the indoor exhibit, which featured archival photos and movie costumes, props and memorabilia.

The move was announced by the school via Twitter.

Wayne, who attended USC in the ’20s, told Playboy magazine in 1971, “I believe in white supremacy.”

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