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Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, and Jack La Rue in A Farewell to Arms (1932)Danny Green and Jack La Rue in No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1948)Jack La Rue and Linden Travers in No Orchids for Miss Blandish (1948)William Powell, Jack La Rue, Eugene Pallette, and Helen Vinson in The Kennel Murder Case (1933)Frank Arnold, Leah Baird, Felix Basch, Yvette Bentley, Curt Bois, Bruce Cabot, Wallis Clark, Marcel Dalio, Joseph DeVillard, William Edmunds, Faye Emerson, Victor Francen, Elias Gamboa, Noble Johnson, Jack La Rue, Fritz Leiber, Gene Lockhart, Irene Manning, Art Miles, Gerald Mohr, Dennis Morgan, Alberto Morin, Sylvia Opert, Lynne Overman, Nestor Paiva, Georges Renavent, Liparit, and Edward Drake in The Desert Song (1943)Iris Adrian, Inna Gest, Mary Healy, Jack La Rue, and Kane Richmond in Hard Guy (1941)Mary Healy and Jack La Rue in Hard Guy (1941)Leila Hyams and Jack La Rue in No Ransom (1934)Leila Hyams and Jack La Rue in No Ransom (1934)Jack La Rue in The Story of Temple Drake (1933)Miriam Hopkins and Jack La Rue in The Story of Temple Drake (1933)Jack La Rue in The Story of Temple Drake (1933)Sheila Bromley and Jack La Rue in Born to Fight (1936)Alan Hale, Don Barclay, Wade Boteler, Harry Cording, Jack La Rue, Frank McHugh, Wayne Morris, Addison Richards, and Russell Simpson in Valley of the Giants (1938)Wynne Gibson, Jack Holt, and Jack La Rue in Trapped by G-Men (1937)Roy Rogers, Jack La Rue, Paul Marion, Frank Puglia, Lynne Roberts, and Tom Smith in In Old Caliente (1939)Jack La Rue in Cornered (1945)Wynne Gibson, Jack Holt, and Jack La Rue in Trapped by G-Men (1937)Ann Corio and Jack La Rue in Swamp Woman (1941)Jack La Rue and Joan Woodbury in Paper Bullets (1941)Jack La Rue and Joan Woodbury in Paper Bullets (1941)Rochelle Hudson and Jack La Rue in Bush Pilot (1947)Randolph Scott and Jack La Rue in To the Last Man (1933)Jack La Rue and Roger Pryor in The Headline Woman (1935)John Holland and Jack La Rue in Gentleman from Dixie (1941)Mary Ruth, John Holland, Robert Kellard, Jack La Rue, Marian Marsh, and Clarence Muse in Gentleman from Dixie (1941)Jack La RueJack La RueJack La Rue, Onslow Stevens, and Dorothy Tree in The Bridge of Sighs (1936)Jack La Rue, Edward Norris, and Joan Woodbury in You Can't Beat the Law (1943)Inez Courtney, Reginald Denny, and Jack La Rue in It Couldn't Have Happened (But It Did) (1936)Jack La Rue in In Old Caliente (1939)Charles Arnt, Phyllis Brooks, Jack La Rue, and Robert Lowery in Dangerous Passage (1944)Ann Corio, Mary Hull, and Jack La Rue in Swamp Woman (1941)Jack La Rue, Dorothy Tallcot, and Pat J. O'Brien in The House of Terror (1928)Rochelle Hudson, Jack La Rue, and Austin Willis in Bush Pilot (1947)Alan Hale, Baby LeRoy, Jack La Rue, and Dorothea Wieck in Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen (1934)Jack La Rue, Damian O'Flynn, Helen Parrish, and Dick Purcell in X Marks the Spot (1942)Robert Armstrong, Wynne Gibson, Jack La Rue, Louise Platt, and Donald Woods in Forgotten Girls (1940)Wynne Gibson, Jack La Rue, Louise Platt, and Donald Woods in Forgotten Girls (1940)Mary Healy and Jack La Rue in Hard Guy (1941)Phyllis Brooks, Jack La Rue, and Robert Lowery in Dangerous Passage (1944)Phyllis Brooks, Jack La Rue, and Robert Lowery in Dangerous Passage (1944)Jack La Rue, Lillian Miles, Arthur Millett, and Jack Norton in Calling All Cars (1935)Claire Dodd, William Faversham, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Jack La Rue, Osgood Perkins, George E. Stone, and Alice White in Secret of the Chateau (1934)Claire Dodd, Jack La Rue, Alice White, and Clark Williams in Secret of the Chateau (1934)Claire Dodd, Jack La Rue, Alice White, and Clark Williams in Secret of the Chateau (1934)John Garfield, Douglas Fowley, and Jack La Rue in East of the River (1940)
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Biography

Discovered on Broadway by director Howard Hawks, La Rue was originally brought to Hollywood to play a gangster in Scarface (1932). He lost that role to George Raft, and similarly was replaced by Humphrey Bogart in the film version of The Petrified Forest (1936). Eventually, he became well-known to movie-goers as a mean, sexy gangster type in ... See full bio »
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