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This 15-minute show consisted of cowboy actor Lash LaRue introducing clips from his old films and occasionally bringing on a guest, usually an actor who appeared in one of more of his ... See full summary »
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 Lash LaRue (1 episode)
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This 15-minute show consisted of cowboy actor Lash LaRue introducing clips from his old films and occasionally bringing on a guest, usually an actor who appeared in one of more of his pictures. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Lash hits the small screen
20 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lash Larue, King of the Western Bullwhip, starred in a series of very low-budget oaters in the 1940's and early 1950's. Along with his scraggly sidekick Fuzzy St. John, the undemanding series of films were staples of the Saturday matinees.

As the B-westerns were killed off, in part due to TV, Lash moved to the small screen (If you cant BEAT them, join them ...). Lash "whipped up" this so-so show, where he showed clips of his old films, cut up into very small segments.

Larue, who resembled Bogie, was out of his element in this TV show. Original shows would have helped, with fresh writing. It worked with Hopalong Cassidy's TV show, but NOT here.

I am a Lash fan and even met him once here in North Carolina, but I don't really recommend this one.


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