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Errol Flynn, Ted Billings, Monte Blue, and Alan Cook in Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)Monte Blue in Recompense (1925)Monte Blue, Kathryn Carver, and May McAvoy in No Defense (1929)Monte Blue and Lilyan Tashman in So This Is Paris (1926)Monte Blue, Hugh Hooker, Fuzzy Knight, and George O'Brien in Gold Raiders (1951)Monte Blue and Hal Brazeale in Law of the Timber (1941)Monte Blue, Hal Brazeale, and Marjorie Reynolds in Law of the Timber (1941)Stanley Andrews, Monte Blue, Bob Burns, Edward Ellis, and Bud Osborne in Wanderer of the Wasteland (1935)Monte Blue and Kermit Maynard in Trails of the Wild (1935)Monte Blue in Across the Pacific (1926)James Blaine, Monte Blue, and William Hall in Riders of Death Valley (1941)Monte Blue and Mae Murray in Broadway Rose (1922)Noah Beery, Maurice Costello, Monte Blue, Chester Clute, Edgar Dearing, William Desmond, Tom Dugan, Kenneth Harlan, Gloria Jean, Fred Kelsey, Pat O'Malley, and Charles Ray in A Little Bit of Heaven (1940)Edward Peil Sr., Larry J. Blake, Monte Blue, and Scott Kolk in Secret Agent X-9 (1937)Monte Blue in Secret Agent X-9 (1937)Monte Blue and Madge Kennedy in The Purple Highway (1923)Roy Rogers and Monte Blue in Young Bill Hickok (1940)Carole Lombard and Monte Blue in A Perfect Crime (1921)Monte Blue, Lucien Littlefield, Tully Marshall, Henry Wilcoxon, and George Zucco in Souls at Sea (1937)Monte Blue, Tom Chatterton, P.J. Kelly, Mala, and Fred 'Snowflake' Toones in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Chief John Big Tree and Monte Blue in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Monte Blue and Dick Wessel in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Bruce Bennett, Monte Blue, and Sonny Chorre in Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)Monte Blue, C. Montague Shaw, and Lois Wilde in Undersea Kingdom (1936)Monte Blue and Betty Compson in Isle of Escape (1930)Roy Barcroft and Monte Blue in Ranger of Cherokee Strip (1949)Monte Blue and Tom Keene in Desert Gold (1936)Lon Chaney Jr., Monte Blue, Boothe Howard, C. Montague Shaw, and Lee Van Atta in Undersea Kingdom (1936)Monte Blue, Boothe Howard, and C. Montague Shaw in Undersea Kingdom (1936)Monte Blue, Helene Chadwick, John Patrick, and Marie Prevost in The Dark Swan (1924)Anthony Quinn, Monte Blue, Ellen Drew, Charley Grapewin, Edward Pawley, May Robson, and Akim Tamiroff in Texas Rangers Ride Again (1940)Cecil B. DeMille, Monte Blue, Elliott Dexter, Raymond Hatton, Theodore Kosloff, Wallace Reid, and Theodore Roberts in The Affairs of Anatol (1921)Monte Blue, Renee Bush, and Raquel Torres in White Shadows in the South Seas (1928)Monte Blue, Lucille Lund, and Edward J. Nugent in Prison Shadows (1936)Monte Blue, Fred Burns, Ora Carew, Sam De Grasse, John T. Dillon, Walter Long, Alfred Paget, and Allan Sears in Martyrs of the Alamo (1915)Monte Blue and Marie Prevost in The Lover of Camille (1924)Monte Blue and Betty Bronson in Brass Knuckles (1927)Randolph Scott, Monte Blue, Barbara Fritchie, and Fuzzy Knight in The Last Round-Up (1934)Monte Blue, Russell Hayden, and Glenn Strange in The Mysterious Rider (1938)Joan Fontaine, Bruce Bennett, Monte Blue, Kenneth Harlan, Reed Howes, and Suzanne Kaaren in A Million to One (1937)Joan Fontaine, Bruce Bennett, Monte Blue, Kenneth Harlan, Reed Howes, and Suzanne Kaaren in A Million to One (1937)Monte Blue and Barbara Kent in Her Forgotten Past (1933)Gary Cooper, Monte Blue, Bob Burns, Fred Kelsey, Cactus Mack, Raymond Massey, and Frank McCarroll in Dallas (1950)Gene Autry, Monte Blue, Smiley Burnette, Frankie Marvin, and Hal Taliaferro in Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm (1937)Monte Blue, Buster Crabbe, Marsha Hunt, and Tom Keene in Desert Gold (1936)Cecil B. DeMille, Agnes Ayres, Monte Blue, Bebe Daniels, Elliott Dexter, Wanda Hawley, Wallace Reid, Theodore Roberts, and Gloria Swanson in The Affairs of Anatol (1921)
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Stalwart, durable Monte Blue, a romantic leading man of the silent days, was born January 11, 1887, as Gerard Monte Blue (some sources indicate 1890, but his mother's application for his admission to the Soldier's and Sailor's Orphan's Home lists his birth date as January 11, 1887). Various sources have reported his first name as George or Gerald,... See full bio »
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