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Also Known As: Frank La Rue, Frank H. Larue Died:
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Frank Larue was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Larue began his acting career with roles in such films as the comedy "Sidewalks of New York" (1931) with Buster Keaton, "Law of the Sea" (1932) with William Farnum and the Buck Jones western "The Thrill Hunter" (1933). He also appeared in "The Sundown Rider" (1933), the Arline Judge adventure "Flying Devils" (1933) and the action film "The Fighting Ranger" (1934) with Buck Jones. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the musical "Red River Valley" (1936) with Gene Autry, "The Phantom Rider" (1936) and the Bob Steele western "Gun Lords of Stirrup Basin" (1937). He also appeared in the western "A Lawman Is Born" (1937) with Johnny Mack Brown. In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "In Old Montana" (1939) with Fred Scott, the western "Roll, Wagons, Roll" (1939) with Tex Ritter and "Riders of the Sage" (1939) with Bob Steele. He also appeared in the Ray Corrigan western "The Range Busters" (1940) and "Westbound Stage" (1940). Larue was most recently credited in the Elizabeth Taylor comedic drama "The Only Game in Town" (1970). Larue passed away in September 1960 at the age of 82. ...

Frank Larue was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Larue began his acting career with roles in such films as the comedy "Sidewalks of New York" (1931) with Buster Keaton, "Law of the Sea" (1932) with William Farnum and the Buck Jones western "The Thrill Hunter" (1933). He also appeared in "The Sundown Rider" (1933), the Arline Judge adventure "Flying Devils" (1933) and the action film "The Fighting Ranger" (1934) with Buck Jones. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the musical "Red River Valley" (1936) with Gene Autry, "The Phantom Rider" (1936) and the Bob Steele western "Gun Lords of Stirrup Basin" (1937). He also appeared in the western "A Lawman Is Born" (1937) with Johnny Mack Brown. In the latter half of his career, he continued to act in "In Old Montana" (1939) with Fred Scott, the western "Roll, Wagons, Roll" (1939) with Tex Ritter and "Riders of the Sage" (1939) with Bob Steele. He also appeared in the Ray Corrigan western "The Range Busters" (1940) and "Westbound Stage" (1940). Larue was most recently credited in the Elizabeth Taylor comedic drama "The Only Game in Town" (1970). Larue passed away in September 1960 at the age of 82.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Range Renegades (1948) Marshal Laramie Jordan
2.
 Song of the Drifter (1948) Turner
3.
 Oklahoma Blues (1948) Judge Emerson
4.
 Courtin' Trouble (1948) Judge Madison
5.
 Frontier Agent (1948) Marshal
6.
 The Sheriff of Medicine Bow (1948) Jim Carson
7.
 Whirlwind Raiders (1948) Wilson
8.
 Crossed Trails (1948) Judge
9.
 The Fuller Brush Man (1948) Husband
10.
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