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Alan Ladd

Alan LaddAKA Alan Walbridge Ladd

Born: 3-Sep-1913
Birthplace: Hot Springs, AR
Died: 29-Jan-1964
Location of death: Palm Springs, CA
Cause of death: Accident - Overdose
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Shane

Father: (accountant)
Wife: Marjorie Jane Harrold (m. 1936, div. 1941)
Wife: Sue Carol (actress, m. 1942)
Son: David Ladd (actor, b. 5-Feb-1947 to Sue Carol)
Son: Alan Ladd, Jr.
Daughter: Alana Ladd (actress, b. 21-Apr-1943 in Hollywood, CA)

    High School: North Hollywood High School, North Hollywood, CA

    Golden Globe 1954 World Film Favorite (with (ambiguous link, Robert Taylor))
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1601 Vine St. (motion pictures)
    Shot: Self-Inflicted (2-Nov-1962)
    Suicide Attempt (2-Nov-1962)

    The Carpetbaggers (9-Apr-1964)
    13 West Street (11-May-1962)
    Duel of Champions (19-Oct-1961)
    One Foot in Hell (11-Sep-1960)
    All the Young Men (26-Aug-1960) · Kincaid
    Guns of the Timberland (1-Feb-1960)
    The Man in the Net (1959) · John Hamilton
    The Badlanders (3-Sep-1958) · Peter Van Hoek
    The Proud Rebel (1-Jul-1958) · John Chandler
    The Deep Six (15-Jan-1958) · Alexander Austen
    Boy on a Dolphin (19-Apr-1957) · Dr. James Calder
    The Big Land (1-Mar-1957)
    Santiago (13-Jul-1956)
    The McConnell Story (29-Sep-1955)
    Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)
    Drum Beat (17-Nov-1954) · Johnny MacKay
    The Black Knight (28-Oct-1954) · John
    Saskatchewan (30-Mar-1954)
    Hell Below Zero (13-Jan-1954)
    The Red Beret (11-Aug-1953)
    Shane (24-Apr-1953) · Shane
    Desert Legion (20-Apr-1953) · Paul Lartal
    Botany Bay (10-Apr-1953)
    The Iron Mistress (19-Nov-1952) · Jim Bowie
    Thunder in the East (1952) · Steve Gibbs
    Red Mountain (Nov-1951)
    Appointment with Danger (9-May-1951) · Al Goddard
    Branded (Nov-1950)
    Captain Carey, USA (21-Feb-1950)
    The Great Gatsby (13-Jul-1949)
    Chicago Deadline (1949)
    Whispering Smith (9-Dec-1948) · Whispering Smith
    Beyond Glory (3-Aug-1948)
    Saigon (31-Mar-1948)
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    Calcutta (23-Apr-1947) · Neale Gordon
    Two Years Before the Mast (24-Sep-1946)
    O.S.S. (26-May-1946)
    The Blue Dahlia (19-Apr-1946) · Johnny Morrison
    Duffy's Tavern (28-Sep-1945) · Himself
    Salty O'Rourke (22-Mar-1945)
    And Now Tomorrow (22-Nov-1944) · Dr. Merek Vance
    China (21-Apr-1943)
    Star Spangled Rhythm (18-Dec-1942) · Himself
    Lucky Jordan (16-Nov-1942)
    The Glass Key (15-Oct-1942) · Ed Beaumont
    This Gun For Hire (13-May-1942) · Philip Raven
    Joan of Paris (20-Jan-1942) · Baby
    The Reluctant Dragon (20-Jun-1941)
    Gangs, Inc. (13-Jun-1941) · Jimmy Kelly
    The Black Cat (2-May-1941)
    Captain Caution (9-Aug-1940) · Newton
    Rulers of the Sea (8-Nov-1939)
    Born to the West (10-Dec-1937)

Appears on the cover of:
Modern Screen, Dec-1943, DETAILS: The story Laddie wanted killed! (Alan Ladd in U.S. Army uniform)
Modern Screen, Mar-1945, DETAILS: (Alan Ladd in western garb)
Modern Screen, Apr-1946, DETAILS: (Alan Ladd in dark suit with arms crossed)

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