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Custer LaRue


Custer La Rue may be the business lead soprano voice within the celebrated early music ensemble The Baltimore Consort. La Rue information both together and singly for Dorian.

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Full Name Custer LaRue
Profession Singer
Education Mary Baldwin University, Peabody Institute
Music Songs Soldier Boy for Me, The True Lover's Farewell, Acadian Lullaby, The Great Adventurer, Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal, Mine Eyes Are Now Closing to Rest, Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal, Wondrous Love, Death 'tis a Melancholy Day, Old-Fashioned Bible, Down in the Garden, Poor Wayfaring Stranger, Heavenly Contention, Frozen Heart, Berayna, Hark, My Soul, Come Friends and Relations, Morpheus Descending, Hwi Hwi, Barbara Allen, The Lady and the Dragoon, Lulle, Lullay, Good Old Way, Manx Lullaby, Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair, Cape Breton Lullaby II, Cape Breton Lullaby I, Gloomy Winter’s Now Awa’, Amazing Grace, Hold On
Albums Lullaby Journey, Amazing Grace - Spiritual Folk Songs of Early America, The Art Of The Bawdy Song, Gut Wind And Wire, Bright Day Star - Music for the Yuletide Season, On The Banks of Helicon, Chamber And Vocal Music (Scottish) – Forbes, J. / Blackhall, A. / Du Tertre, E. (Adew Dundee - Early Music Of Scotland), Larue, Custer: Ballads, Watkins Ale: Music of the English Renaissance (The Baltimore Consort)

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1 Entertained U.S. soldiers during the Korean War.
2 Signed by Universal-International in July 1951, eventually earning up to $1,250 a week.
3 Made her debut on Broadway opposite Walter Huston at the age of seven.
4 Born into a family of Marseilles wine merchants.



Cheyenne 1960 TV Series Lone Woman
Frontier Doctor 1959 TV Series
Bronco 1959 TV Series Monacita
Zorro 1958 TV Series Milana del Carmen
Maverick 1958 TV Series Raquel Morales
Pursuit 1958 TV Series
The People's Choice 1957 TV Series Rosa
Domino Kid 1957 Rosita
Circus Boy 1957 TV Series Maria Gaetano
Conflict 1957 TV Series
The Count of Monte Cristo 1956 TV Series Marie
The Adventures of Jim Bowie 1956 TV Series Annette Leprie
The Ford Television Theatre 1956 TV Series Andrea Guatara
Passport to Danger 1955 TV Series
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp 1955 TV Series Lolita Ryan
Damon Runyon Theater 1955 TV Series Carlotta
The Lone Ranger 1955 TV Series Talana
Studio 57 1955 TV Series Lois LaRue
The Bob Cummings Show 1955 TV Series Lila
Soldiers of Fortune 1955 TV Series LeLon
Cattle Queen of Montana 1954 Starfire (as Yvette Dugay)
The Shanghai Story 1954 Mrs. Leah De Verno (as Yvette Dugay)
Public Defender 1954 TV Series Anna Marie Stehlik
Tennessee Champ 1954 Blossom
Adventures of Superman 1953 TV Series Elaine
Francis Covers the Big Town 1953 Maria Scola
Hiawatha 1952 Minnehaha
Armstrong Circle Theatre 1952 TV Series
The Cimarron Kid 1952 Cimarron Rose (as Yvette Dugay)
The People Against O'Hara 1951 Mrs. Katrina Lanzetta
The Great Caruso 1951 Musetta Barretto
The Green Years 1946 Daughter (uncredited)
Heavenly Days 1944 Emica - Greek Girl (uncredited)
Till We Meet Again 1944 Orphan (uncredited)
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves 1944 Amara as a Girl
Song of Texas 1943 Rosetta (uncredited)
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case 1943 Aggie (uncredited)
The Great Impersonation 1942 French Child (uncredited)
Tortilla Flat 1942 Little Girl (uncredited)
The Chocolate Soldier 1941 Child Singer in 'Seek the Spy' Sequence (uncredited)

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