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DeLong aka Trigger Malone (as Al LaRue)
2 Print Biographies |
1 Article |
1 Pictorial |
'Lash' La Rue | Al 'Lash' La Rue | Alfred La Rue | Al La Rue | 'Lash' LaRue | Al LaRue | Lash LaRue | Lash Larue
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
[on Al St. John
--aka "Fuzzy"--his sidekick in many of his western films] Fuzzy was an angel unaware, as far as I'm concerned. He was a wonderful guy, and I wish he were still here to see how long the films had lasted . . . he was the greatest ad lib artist in the world. He could stumble over a matchstick and spend 15 exciting minutes looking for what he stumbled over.
Much of his bullwhip work was done by stunt man Carl Petty, who lived on Fairbanks Way across the street from Rand Brooks
in Culver City. Carl used to practice in his front yard all of the time. He was on the TV show You Asked for It
(1950) to show how he shot arrows for the movies. Fairbanks Way is a few blocks from MGM Lot 3.