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Charles Moore (II) (1931–2010)

Charles Moore was born on March 9, 1931 in Hackleburg, Alabama, USA as Charles Lee Moore. He is known for his work on Where the Lilies Bloom (1974), Law and Disorder (1974) and The Happy Hooker (1975). He died on March 11, 2010 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Where the Lilies Bloom
Where the Lilies Bloom Camera and Electrical Department
Law and Disorder
Law and Disorder Camera and Electrical Department
The Happy Hooker
The Happy Hooker Camera and Electrical Department
Crazy Joe
Crazy Joe Camera and Electrical Department


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 1998 Fearful Symmetry (Video documentary) (photographer: civil rights)
 1977 Bad (still photographer)
 1975 The Happy Hooker (still photographer)
 1974 Law and Disorder (still photographer)
 1974 Where the Lilies Bloom (still photographer)
 1974 Crazy Joe (still photographer)
 1973 The Last Detail (still photographer - uncredited)
 1973 Girls Are for Loving (still photographer)
 1973 Godspell (still photographer - uncredited)
 1971 Desperate Characters (still photographer - uncredited)
 1968 The Thanksgiving Visitor (TV Movie) (still photographer)
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 2005 Charles Moore: I Fight with My Camera (Video documentary)
 1967 ABC Stage 67 (TV Series)
- A Time for Laughter: A Look at Negro Humor in America (1967) ... Himself (as Charles Moore)

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Photojournalist who chronicled the civil rights movement in the South.

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