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Dickie Moore (1925–2015)

Dickie Moore made his acting and screen debut at the age of 18 months in the 1927 John Barrymore film The Beloved Rogue (1927) as a baby, and by the time he had turned 10 he was a popular child star and had appeared in 52 films. He continued as a child star for many more years, and became the answer to the trivia question, "Who was the first actor... See full bio »


(age 89) in Connecticut, USA

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Out of the Past
Out of the Past The Kid
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 1954 The Web (TV Series)
- Top Gun (1954)
 1951-1953 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Carter Lockwood / Tony
- One for the Road (1953) ... Carter Lockwood
- A Matter of Life (1951) ... Tony
 1952 The Member of the Wedding
Soldier (as Dick Moore)
 1952 Eight Iron Men
Pvt. Muller (as Dick Moore)
 1951 Starlight Theatre (TV Series)
- The Big Head (1951)
 1951 Sure As Fate (TV Series)
 1950 Killer Shark
Jonesy (as Dick Moore)
 1949 Boy and the Eagle (Short)
The Cripple Boy / Narrator
 1949 Captain Video and His Video Rangers (TV Series)
Jeff (uncredited)
 1949 Tuna Clipper
Frankie Pereira
 1949 Bad Boy
 1948 Behind Locked Doors
Jim (uncredited)
 1948 16 Fathoms Deep
 1947 Dangerous Years
Gene Spooner
 1947 Out of the Past
The Kid
 1944 Sweet and Low-Down
Military Cadet General 'Mogie' Cramichael
 1944 Youth Runs Wild
Georgie Dunlop
 1944 The Eve of St. Mark
Zip West
 1943 The Song of Bernadette
Adolard Bouhouhorts - Age 15 (uncredited)
 1943 Happy Land
Peter Orcutt
 1942 Miss Annie Rooney
 1941 Sergeant York
George York
 1941 The Great Mr. Nobody
'Limpy' Barnes
 1940 A Dispatch from Reuter's
Reuter as a Boy
 1940 The Blue Bird
Young Lad (uncredited)
 1939 Hidden Power
Stevie Garfield
 1939 The Under-Pup
Jerry Binns
 1938 The Arkansas Traveler
Benjamin Franklin 'Benny' Allen
 1938 My Bill
Bill Colbrook
 1938 Love, Honor and Behave
Ted - as a child
 1937 The Bride Wore Red
 1937 Madame X
Allan Simonds (uncredited)
 1937 The Life of Emile Zola
Pierre Dreyfus
 1936 Star for a Night
Boy (uncredited)
 1936 The Little Red Schoolhouse
Dickie Burke
 1936 Timothy's Quest
 1935 So Red the Rose
Middleton Bedford
 1935 Swellhead
Billy Malone
 1935 Without Children
David Sonny Cole Jr. as a Child
 1934 Little Men
 1934 The World Accuses
Tommy Weymouth
 1934 Tomorrow's Youth
Thomas Hall Jr
 1934 The Human Side
Bobbie Sheldon
 1934 Fifteen Wives
Young Boy
 1934 In Love with Life
Laurence 'Laury' Applegate
 1934 Upper World
Tommy Stream
 1934 This Side of Heaven
 1933 Gallant Lady
Deedy Lawrence
 1933 Man's Castle
 1933 Cradle Song
 1933 The Wolf Dog
The Boy at Airport
 1933 Mush and Milk (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1933 The Kid from Borneo (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1933 Forgotten Babies (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1933 Obey the Law
Dickie Chester
 1933 Fish Hooky (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1932 A Lad an' a Lamp (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1932 The Racing Strain
Bill Westcott as a Little Boy (courtesy of Hal Roach)
 1932 The Devil Is Driving
'Buddy' Evans
 1932 Birthday Blues (Short)
Dickie (as Our Gang)
 1932 Deception
Dickie Allen
 1932 Free Wheeling (Short)
 1932 Blonde Venus
Johnny Faraday
 1932 Hook and Ladder (Short)
Dickie (as Hal Roach's Rascals)
 1932 The Hollywood Handicap (Short)
 1932 Winner Take All
Dickie Harmon
 1932 Million Dollar Legs
Willie - Angela's Brother
 1932 No Greater Love
Tommy Burns
 1932 Disorderly Conduct
 1932 The Expert
 1932 Fireman, Save My Child
Herbie (uncredited)
 1932 Union Depot
Little Boy (uncredited)
 1931 Manhattan Parade
Junior Roberts
 1931 Husband's Holiday
Philip Boyd
 1931 Sob Sister
Kidnapped Boy (uncredited)
 1931 The Star Witness
Ned Leeds
 1931 Confessions of a Co-Ed
Patricia's Son (uncredited)
 1931 Three Who Loved
Sonny Hanson
 1931 Seed
Johnny Carter as a Child
 1931 Aloha
Junior Bradford
 1930 Passion Flower
Tommy Wallace
 1930 The Office Wife
Dickie - Boy at the Beach (uncredited)
 1930 Lawful Larceny
The Dorsey Child (uncredited)
 1930 The Matrimonial Bed
One of Susan's Sons (uncredited)
 1930 Let Us Be Gay
Young Bobby Brown (uncredited)
 1930 The Three Sisters
The Child (uncredited)
 1930 Son of the Gods
Sam Lee - as a Boy (uncredited)
 1930 Lummox
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1929 Madame X
Boy at Puppet Show (uncredited)
 1929 Blue Skies
 1928 Object: Alimony
Jimmy Rutledge Jr. (as Dickey Moore)
 1927 The Beloved Rogue
Baby Francois (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Release of his book, "Opportunities in Acting Careers". The foreword was by Roddy McDowall. See more »

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3 Print Biographies | 1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

Our Gang | Dickey Moore | Dick Moore | Hal Roach's Rascals

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There was a time when I bridled whenever a fan bothered me for an autograph or someone started with the jokes about dimples, but now I'm rather pleased that someone remembers. See more »


Quit acting at the age of 29 after making over 100 movies. He became involved with Actors Equity and became editor of their magazine and eventually became a part of the public relations counsel. In later years he formed his own public relations office and edited the journal of AFTRA, producing industrial shows and supervising other accounts. See more »

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