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Lucille Lund (1913–2002)

Lucille Lund was born on June 3, 1913 in Buckley, Washington, USA. She was an actress, known for The Black Cat (1934), Prison Shadows (1936) and The Big Squirt (1937). She was married to Kenneth Higgins. She died on February 15, 2002 in Rolling Hills, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1939 The Awful Goof (Short)
Mrs. Joe Mark
 1939 There's That Woman Again
Receptionist (uncredited)
 1938 Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb (Short)
Daisy - Gold-digging Widow (uncredited)
 1938 Start Cheering
Flossie (uncredited)
 1937 The Big Squirt (Short)
Mrs. Chase
 1937 It Happened in Hollywood
American Girl
 1937 Calling All Doctors (Short)
Mabel Chase
 1937 A Fight to the Finish
 1937 The Devil Is Driving
Dolly (uncredited)
 1937 Girls Can Play
Jane Harmon
 1937 What Price Vengeance
Babe Foster
 1937 Criminals of the Air
Ruby (uncredited)
 1937 3 Dumb Clucks (Short)
Daisy (uncredited)
 1937/I Blake of Scotland Yard
Duchess [Chs. 1-6, 14]
 1936 The Cowboy Star
Mother of Rescued Girl (uncredited)
 1936 Put on the Spot
Rose Carter
 1936 Prison Shadows
Claire Thomas
 1936 Rio Grande Romance
Rose Carter
 1936 Panic on the Air
Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
 1936 Don't Get Personal
 1935 Broadway Melody of 1936
Showgirl (uncredited)
 1934 Range Warfare
Sue Callahan
 1934 Young and Beautiful
Wampas Baby Star
 1934 Fighting Through
Lucille Lund
 1934 Kiss and Make-Up
 1934 The Black Cat
 1934 Pirate Treasure
Dorothy Craig
 1933 Saturday's Millions
Myra Blaine
 1933 Horse Play
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1934 Wampus Baby Star


5' 4½" (1.64 m)

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[on cowboy actor Reb Russell and the two westerns she made with him, Range Warfare (1934) and Fighting Through (1934)] They were terrible movies--the worst of the worst. Reb was a very nice man--he must have been divorced by this time, as we dated a few times. He was a perfect gentleman, who always wore expensive cowboy boots, even on our dates! Reb was not an actor--he couldn't act his way out ... See more »


She made her film debut in Saturday's Millions (1933), a Universal football saga starring Robert Young, followed by Horse Play (1933), a slapstick comedy starring Slim Summerville. See more »

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