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Lee 'Lasses' White (1888–1949)

Lee 'Lasses' White was born on August 28, 1888 in Wills Point, Texas, USA as Lee Roy White. He was an actor, known for Mars Attacks! (1996), Rainbow Over the Rockies (1947) and Song of the Range (1944). He died on December 16, 1949 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Mars Attacks! Soundtrack
Song of the Range 'Lasses' White
Saddle Serenade 'Lasses' White


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 1950 The Texan Meets Calamity Jane
Colorado Charley
 1950 The Iroquois Trail
Taggart - a Villager (uncredited)
 1950 Please Believe Me
Tom Welsh (uncredited)
 1949 Red Rock Outlaw
'Lasses' White
 1949 Mississippi Rhythm
Dixie Dalrymple
 1949 El Paso
Ben - Stage Driver (uncredited)
 1948 The Valiant Hombre
 1948 Indian Agent
Inky (as Lee White)
 1948 The Golden Eye
 1948 The Babe Ruth Story
Elderly Newsboy (uncredited)
 1948 The Dude Goes West
Baggage Master (uncredited)
 1948 Panhandle
Old Man Bush (uncredited)
 1948 Albuquerque
Stage Passenger with Juke (uncredited)
 1947 Mystery Range
Judge Lasses White
 1947 Louisiana
Old Timer
 1947 The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap
Shotgun Rider (uncredited)
 1947 Magic Town
Shoe Shine Man (uncredited)
 1947 The Trouble with Women
Clinton L. Cheever (uncredited)
 1947 Cheyenne
Charlie (uncredited)
 1947 Song of the Wasteland
Doc Henderson
 1947 Six-Gun Serenade
Lasses White
 1947 Rainbow Over the Rockies
Lasses White
 1946 Song of the Sierras
'Lasses' White
 1946 Ginger
Gramps McTavish
 1946 Trail to Mexico
Lasses White
 1946 Suspense
Woodsman (uncredited)
 1946 West of the Alamo
Texas Ranger 'Lasses' White
 1946 Fear
Janitor (uncredited)
 1946 Moon Over Montana
Lasses White
 1945 Lonesome Trail
Lasses White
 1945 Sensation Hunters
Arcade Croupier (uncredited)
 1945 Riders of the Dawn
Lasses White
 1945 Saddle Serenade
'Lasses' White
 1945 Springtime in Texas
Lasses White
 1945 The Cisco Kid in Old New Mexico
Sheriff Clem Petty (as Lasses White)
 1945 Dillinger
Cement Contractor (uncredited)
 1944 Belle of the Yukon
Wagon Driver (uncredited)
 1944 Song of the Range
'Lasses' White
 1944 Alaska
Judge Mark Bennett
 1944 When Strangers Marry
Old Man (as Lee White)
 1944 Minstrel Man
'Lasses' White
 1944 The Adventures of Mark Twain
Yokel (uncredited)
 1943 Klondike Kate
Town Crier (uncredited)
 1943 The Unknown Guest
Joe Williams
 1943 Something to Shout About
Uncle Bert - Small Town Sheriff (uncredited)
 1943 Cinderella Swings It
Ed Potts
 1942 Mug Town
Pirkle (uncredited)
 1942 You Can't Escape Forever
Truck Driver (uncredited)
 1942 The Talk of the Town
Hound Keeper (uncredited)
 1942 Thundering Hoofs
Whopper Hatch
 1942 Come on Danger
 1942 Land of the Open Range
Whopper Hatch
 1942 Riding the Wind
 1941 Dude Cowboy
Prof. Whopper Hatch
 1941 The Bandit Trail
 1941 Six-Gun Gold
 1941 Sergeant York
Luke - Target Keeper (uncredited)
 1941 Cyclone on Horseback
 1941 The Round Up
Sam Snead
 1941 Scattergood Baines
Ed Potts
 1941 Road Show
Constable (uncredited)
 1940 Dance, Girl, Dance
Bailey Brothers' Stage Manager (uncredited)
 1940 Oklahoma Renegades
Jim Keith
 1940 Corralling a Schoolmarm (Short)
Ranch Owner Tom Simpson
 1940 If I Had My Way
Fisherman (uncredited)
 1940 Molly Cures a Cowboy (Short)
Professor Jones (as Lasses White)
 1939 Rovin' Tumbleweeds
 1937 The Painted Stallion
Peters (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Lasses White | Lee White

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His nickname, short for molasses, came when he starred in minstrel shows.

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