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Grace Moore (I) (1898–1947)

Grace Moore, the internationally famous star of the Metropolitan Opera, Broadway, motion pictures, radio and recordings, was born December 5, 1898, in Del Río near Newport, Tennessee. Her family moved to Jellico when she was a young girl. She attended Jellico High School where she was captain of the girls basketball team in 19l6. She was selected ... See full bio »


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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win. See more awards »

Known For

One Night of Love
One Night of Love Mary Barrett
The King Steps Out
The King Steps Out Princess Elizabeth / Cissy
When You're in Love
When You're in Love Louise Fuller
I'll Take Romance
I'll Take Romance Elsa Terry


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 1939 Louise
 1937 I'll Take Romance
Elsa Terry
 1937 When You're in Love
Louise Fuller
 1936 The King Steps Out
Princess Elizabeth / Cissy (as Miss Grace Moore)
 1935 Love Me Forever
Margaret Howard
 1930 New Moon
Princess Tanya Strogoff
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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Mikado [The Town of Titipu]. Musical comedy (revival). Written by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Directed by by William G. Stewart. Casino Theatre: 21 Apr 1913- 3 May 1913 (16 performances). Cast: Arthur Aldridge (as "Nanki-Poo son of the Mikado, disguised as a wandering minstr"), Louise Barthel (as "Peep-Bo, one ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 1 Portrayal | See more »

Alternate Names:

Miss Grace Moore


5' 4½" (1.64 m)

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Analyzing what you haven't got as well as what you have is a necessary ingredient of a career. See more »


She was known as the comedian's comedian, and one of the few capable of making Jack Benny laugh at the drop of a hat. Anyway, Edward G. Robinson was hosting a private party for Grace Moore about the time her movie (One Night of Love) was coming out in 1934. At some point during the party, Grace was asked to sing the title song from the movie for the guests, to which she obliged. As the guests set... See more »


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