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L. Q. Jones

L. Q. Jones

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Also Known As: Died:
Born: August 19, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Beaumont, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1954:
Feature acting debut, "Battle Cry" (credited as Justus E. McQueen); first collaboration with director Raoul Walsh
:
Changed professional name to L.Q. Jones, took name from the character he played in "Battle Cry"
:
Feature acting debut as L.Q. Jones, "An Annapolis Story"; first collaboration with director Don Siegel
:
TV series debut in a recurring role on the influential Western series, "Rawhide"
1962:
First film with director Sam Peckinpah, "Ride the High Country"
:
Appeared in the Western TV series, "The Virginian"
1970:
Feature producing debut, "Brotherhood of Satan", also appeared
1974:
Feature directing and screenwriting debut, "A Boy and His Dog"
1982:
Final film for six years, "Lone Wolf McQuade"
1988:
Returned to features with "Bulletproof"
1994:
Starred in the Australian western "Lightning Jack"
1995:
Cast in Martin Scorsese's "Casino"
1997:
Appeared in "The Edge" written by David Mamet
1998:
Cast as Three-Fingered Jack in "The Mask of Zorro"
2006:
Cast in Robert Altman's ensemble feature "A Prairie Home Companion," based on Garrison Keilor's radio program

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