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John Laurenz (1909–1958)

John Laurenz was born in 1909. He was an actor, known for Tarzan and the Mermaids (1948), Apache Rose (1947) and Sunset Pass (1946). He died on November 7, 1958 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Apache Rose
Apache Rose Henchman Pete
Sunset Pass
Sunset Pass Chito Rafferty
Code of the West
Code of the West Chito Rafferty


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 1950 Border Outlaws
Henchman Kevin
 1950 Blues Busters
Horace DeBussy 'Sach' Jones (singing voice, uncredited)
 1950 Federal Man
Rodriguez - Mexican Agent
 1948 Arch of Triumph
Col. Gómez (uncredited)
 1947 Captain from Castile
Diego Cermeno (uncredited)
 1947 Code of the West
Chito Rafferty
 1947 Apache Rose
Henchman Pete
 1946 The Thrill of Brazil
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
 1946 Sunset Pass
Chito Rafferty
 1945 A Walk in the Sun
Italian (uncredited)
 1945 Masquerade in Mexico
Banderilla Vendor (uncredited)
 1945 The Cisco Kid in Old New Mexico
Henchman Al Brady
 1944 Black Arrow
Oso (uncredited)
 1944 The Desert Hawk (uncredited)
 1943 Where Are Your Children?
Petty Officer Jones
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 1950 Blues Busters ("Bluebirds Keep Singin' in the Rain", "Let's Have a Heart to Heart Talk", uncredited) / (performer: "Wasn't It You?", "Bluebirds Keep Singin' in the Rain", "Let's Have a Heart to Heart Talk", "You Walk By" - uncredited)
 1948 Tarzan and the Mermaids (performer: "I'm Taking a Letter to My Friend, Tarzan", "Oh, Most Beautiful Mermaid", "Fairwell, Fair Mermaid", "Let Us Hasten to Adventure", "My Guitar")

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