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La Boeuf (Character)
from True Grit (2010)

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Biography:
Glen Campbell plays Texas Ranger La Boeuf in the 1969 version... See more »
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LaBoeuf

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  1. True Grit (2010) Played by Matt Damon (as LaBoeuf)

  2. True Grit (1969) Played by Glen Campbell

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From True Grit (2010)
LaBoeuf: As I understand it, Chaney... or Chelmsford, as he called himshelf in Texas... shot the senator's dog. When the senator remonstrated, Chelmsford shot him as well. You could argue that the shooting of the dog was merely an instance of malum prohibitum, but the shooting of a senator is indubitably an instance of malum in se.
Rooster Cogburn: Malla-men what?
Mattie Ross: Malum in se. The distinction is between an act that is wrong in itself, and an act that is wrong only according to our laws and mores. It is Latin.
Rooster Cogburn: I am struck that LaBoeuf is shot, trampled, and nearly severs his tongue, and not only does not cease to talk, but spills the banks of English!
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