Dennie Moore

Dennie Moore(December 30, 1902– February 22, 1978) was an American film and stage actress.

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 Dennie Moore's Early life

Moore was born in New York City to Jewish parents, Oren Moore (January 12, 1883 — March 13, 1967), a cantor at one of the local synagogues , and Gabriella Gefen (October 31, 1885 — November 19, 1954). Some sources indicate she was bornDeena Rivka Moore, but she was legally known asFlorence Mooreby the 1930s. It has been reported that she changed her forename given her parents' disapproval of her becoming an actress.[citation needed]

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 Dennie Moore's Early career

,The Trial of Mary Dugan,Cross Roads,Torch Song,Twentieth Century,Phantoms,Conflict,Anatol, andJarnegan.

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 Dennie Moore's Hollywood

for RKO Radio Pictures .She primarily was what is known as a "free-lance actress" and floated between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Warner Bros. Studios . In the course of her film career, she would star in twenty-two films between 1935 and 1951. Some of her film credits include parts inBoy Meets Girl(1938),The Women(1939),Saturday's Children(1940),Dive Bomber(1941), andAnna Lucasta(1949).

. Moving back to New York City she made one final performance onstage inThe Diary of Anne Frankin the role of Mrs. Van Daan. In 1957, she retired from acting altogether, aged 54.

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 Dennie Moore's Later Life and Death

After her film career in Hollywood ended, Moore sold her home and permanently moved back to her native New York City, where she lived the rest of her life. Following her retirement she was active in campaigning civil rights for Jewish communities and women's rights.[citation needed]

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 Dennie Moore's Stage appearances

  • A Lady in Love(1927)
  • The Trial of Mary Dugan(1927)
  • Jarnegan(1928–1929)
  • Conflict(1929)
  • Cross Roads(1929)
  • Phantoms(1930)
  • Torch Song(1930)
  • Anatol(1931)
  • East Wind(1931)
  • The Man Who Reclaimed His Head(1932)
  • The Great Magoo(1932)
  • Twentieth Century(1932–1933)
  • Man Bites Dog(1933)
  • The Pursuit of Happiness(1933–1934)
  • Say When(1934–1935)
  • Swing Your Lady(1936–1937)
  • Hitch Your Wagon(1937)
  • In Clover(1937)
  • Ah, Wilderness!(1941)
  • Johnny on a Spot(1942)
  • We Will Never Die(1943)
  • Over 21(1944)
  • Seven Lively Arts(1944–1945)
  • Star-Spangled Family(1945)
  • The Rat Race(1949–1950)
  • The Diary of Anne Frank(1955–1957)

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 Dennie Moore's Partial filmography

  • Meet Nero Wolfe(1936)
  • The Perfect Specimen(1937)
  • Cowboy from Brooklyn(1938)
  • Secrets of an Actress(1938)
  • Bachelor Mother(1939)
  • The Women(1939)
  • I'm from Missouri(1939)
  • Saturday's Children(1940)
  • Women in War(1940)
  • Dive Bomber(1941)
  • Anna Lucasta(1949)
  • The Model and the Marriage Broker(1951)

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 Dennie Moore's References

  1. The Social Security Death Index and death-records.mooseroots.com both give her year of birth as December 30, 1902; however other reliable sources cite December 31, 1902 and December 31, 1903; accessed December 11, 2014.
  2. The 1940 U.S. census, dated April 15, 1940 gives her age as 36, indicating 1903 as her year of birth, but this is not dispositive.
  3. Dennie Moore at the Internet Broadway Database
  4. Sylvia Scarlett profile, IMBd.com; accessed December 11, 2014.
  5. Dennie Moore at the Internet Movie Database
  6. Profile, classiccinemagold.com; accessed December 11, 2014.

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