He was Alfred "Lash" LaRue (1917-1996), star of dozens of films, TV appearances, and over 100 issues of a comic title that sold over a million copies from 1949-1961. Lash Larue was different from other cowboy stars, because he was more likely to bring the bad guy down with his bullwhip than with a gun, in theaters LaRue showed young audiences live demonstrations of his skills (he was even the man who taught Harrison Ford how to use the whip as Indiana Jones), and he was promoted to a starring role after starting off as a sidekick! Through the 1940's and 1950's , and even a little in the 1960's Lash LaRue was a top Cowboy Star. Now you can once again (or, for the first time) enjoy his thrilling comic adventures! The comic reprints from Calumet History and Hobby are reproduced from actual classic comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old. These books are constantly updated with the best version available - if you are EVER unhappy with the experience or quality of a book, return the book to us to exchange for another title or the upgrade as new files become available.
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