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De Sacia Mooers (1888–1960)

De Sacia Mooers was born on November 19, 1888 in Michigan, USA as De Sacia Saville. She was an actress, known for Broadway Nights (1927), Back to Liberty (1927) and The Blonde Vampire (1922). She was married to Harry L. Lewis, Allen Leonard Rock and Edward Demarest Mooers. She died on January 11, 1960 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Broadway Nights Texas Guinan
Back to Liberty Nina Burke
The Blonde Vampire Marcia Saville
It Is the Law Bernice


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 1930 The Arizona Kid
 1929 Shanghai Rose
Mrs. Doolittle
 1929 Just Off Broadway
 1928 Confessions of a Wife
 1928 Broadway Daddies
Fay King
 1927 Back to Liberty
Nina Burke
 1927 By Whose Hand?
 1927 Lonesome Ladies
 1927 Broadway Nights
Texas Guinan
 1927 Tongues of Scandal
Peggy Shaw
 1926 Forbidden Waters
 1925 Any Woman
Mrs. Phillips
 1924 It Is the Law
 1924 The Average Woman
Mrs. La Rose
 1923 Potash and Perlmutter
Ruth Goldman
 1922/II The Challenge
Peggy Royce
 1922 The Blonde Vampire
Marcia Saville

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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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I am here to prove to you that a blonde is the greatest of all vampires, when she turns her abilities that way. No brunette who ever lived, Delilah to the contrary notwithstanding,' can lure and trap a man so quickly as can a blonde, if she once sets her mind to it. I'll prove it, and I don't want any salary -- for I've plenty of money of my own.


Blond silent screen actress, who kept her personal background deliberately mysterious. Under contract with Samuel Goldwyn, she played an assortment of vamps in the 1920's and faded from view after the advent of sound. From 1917 to 1925, Mooers was married to Edward Demarest Mooers, owner of the richest American gold mine, the Yellow Aster in Randsburg, California. See more »

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