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|Born:||August 19, 1927||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Beaumont, Texas, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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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"
First film with director Sam Peckinpah, "Ride the High Country"
Appeared in the Western TV series, "The Virginian"
Feature producing debut, "Brotherhood of Satan", also appeared
Feature directing and screenwriting debut, "A Boy and His Dog"
Final film for six years, "Lone Wolf McQuade"
Returned to features with "Bulletproof"
Starred in the Australian western "Lightning Jack"
Cast in Martin Scorsese's "Casino"
Appeared in "The Edge" written by David Mamet
Cast as Three-Fingered Jack in "The Mask of Zorro"
Cast in Robert Altman's ensemble feature "A Prairie Home Companion," based on Garrison Keilor's radio program
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