Lafe [Lafayette] McKee

Bio: White-haired Lafe McKee (real name, Lafayette McKee) was seemingly born old, dignified, and kind. Already playing old codgers by the mid-1910s, McKee delivered one of the funniest and most improbable moments in B-Western history, when, disguised as a bedraggled seńorita, he sprang Ken Maynard from prison in Range Law (1931). "The Grand Old Man of Westerns," as film… More

Filmography

Lafe [Lafayette] McKee Videos

Meet John Doe
1 minutes 15 seconds
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
2 minutes 43 seconds
Mystery Of The Hooded Horsemen
3 minutes 33 seconds
The Telegraph Trail
2 minutes 5 seconds

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