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Hale Boggs (1914–1972)

Hale Boggs was born on February 15, 1914 in Long Beach, Mississippi, USA as Thomas Hale Boggs. He was married to Lindy Boggs. He died on October 16, 1972 in Alaska, USA. See full bio »


(age 58) in Alaska, USA

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Issues and Answers
Longines Chronoscope
Longines Chronoscope Himself - U.S. Congressman
Inside America
Inside America Himself


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 1968 Issues and Answers (TV Series)
- Episode dated 25 August 1968 (1968) ... Himself
 1965 Inside America (TV Mini-Series)
- Woman of Action (1965) ... Himself
 1952 Longines Chronoscope (TV Series)
Himself - U.S. Congressman
- Episode dated 17 December 1952 (1952) ... Himself - U.S. Congressman
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 2014 The Sixties (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 2007 Oswald's Ghost (Documentary)
Himself - Warren Commission
 1998 Image of an Assassination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Member of the Warren Commision (uncredited)
 1992 Stalking the President: A History of American Assassins (Documentary)
Himself - Follows Earl Warren
 1991 JFK
Himself - Warren Commission (uncredited)
 1988 Reasonable Doubt: The Single-Bullet Theory and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy (Documentary)
Himself - Member of the Warren Commision (uncredited)

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U.S congressional representative from Louisiana (1941-1943, 1947-1973). See more »

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