Lash LaRue

Born Jun 15, 1921
Alfred "Lash" LaRue was a popular western motion picture star of the 1940s and 1950s. He had exceptional skill with the bull whip, and taught Harrison Ford how to use a bullwhip in the Indiana Jones movies. LaRue was one of the first recipients of the Golden Boot Awards in 1983.

Lash LaRue Stats

Nickname

: Alfred LaRue, Alfred "Lash" LaRue, Al LaRue, Al 'Lash' La Rue, Alfred La Rue, Al La Rue, 'Lash' LaRue, 'Lash' La Rue, Alfred Wilson LaRue

Profession

: Actor, Film Producer

Ethnicity

: Cajun

Nationality

: United States of America

Date of Birth

: June 15, 1921

Place of Birth

: Gretna

Date of Death

: May 21, 1996

Place of Death

: Burbank

Cause of Death

: Emphysema
Appearances

Lash LaRue Film Roles

  1. Stage to Mesa City
    Marshal 'Cheyenne' Davis
    Stage to Mesa City
  2. Law of the Lash
  3. The Fighting Vigilantes
  4. Return of the Lash
  5. Cheyenne Takes Over
  6. The Dark Power
  7. Border Feud
  8. Ghost Town Renegades
  9. Pioneer Justice
  10. The Gabby Hayes Show: Vol. 2

Lash LaRue Film Appearances

  1. Alien Outlaw
    Alien Outlaw

Lash LaRue TV Starring Roles

  1. Judge Roy Bean
  2. The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
  3. Lash of the West

Lash LaRue TV Guest Roles

  1. You Can't Fight City Hall
  2. Behan Prods His Hand
  3. Behan's Double Game
  4. The Case of the Hearse Chasers
  5. My Enemy - John Behan
  6. Ma Barker
  7. Get Shotgun Gibbs
  8. John Clum, Fighting Editor
  9. Don't Get Tough with a Sailor
  10. Chain Gang