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Constance Moore (I) (1920–2005)

Blonde singer/actress Constance Moore was a stylish, glamorous lead in many "B" war-era musicals. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, on January 18, 1920, she was raised in Dallas, Texas, and nurtured ambitions to be a singer. The one-time brunette with the rich contralto started out as a band vocalist prior to entering films. Universal took notice and ... See full bio »

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Known For

Buck Rogers Wilma Deering
Atlantic City Marilyn Whitaker
Delightfully Dangerous Josephine 'Jo' Williams / Bubbles Barton
Border Wolves Mary Jo Benton


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 1967 My Three Sons (TV Series)
Vera Snell
- Both Your Houses (1967) ... Vera Snell
 1965-1966 The Young Marrieds (TV Series)
Irene Forsythe #2
- Episode #1.356 (1966) ... Irene Forsythe #2
- Episode #1.349 (1966) ... Irene Forsythe #2
- Episode #1.346 (1966) ... Irene Forsythe #2
- Episode #1.340 (1966) ... Irene Forsythe #2
- Episode #1.328 (1966) ... Irene Forsythe #2
 1961-1962 Window on Main Street (TV Series)
Chris Logan
- Rumor on Campus (1962) ... Chris Logan
- The Charity Drive (1961) ... Chris Logan
- Christmas Memory (1961) ... Chris Logan
- The Dollar Nineteen Cent Thief (1961) ... Chris Logan
- The Letter (1961) ... Chris Logan
 1961 Michael Shayne (TV Series)
Hazel Courtney
- Spotlight on a Corpse (1961) ... Hazel Courtney
 1960 Markham (TV Series)
Lady Carol Dexter
- The Snarled Web (1960) ... Lady Carol Dexter
 1960 The Donna Reed Show (TV Series)
- Just a Housewife (1960) ... Doris
 1960 Laramie (TV Series)
Lily Langford
- The Legend of Lily (1960) ... Lily Langford
 1960 The Lineup (TV Series)
- Woman on the Ledge (1960) ... Eve
 1956-1958 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- You and I (1958)
- Taxi to the Moon (1956)
 1954 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series)
 1947 Hit Parade of 1947
Ellen Baker
 1946 Earl Carroll Sketchbook
Pamela Thayer
 1946 In Old Sacramento
Belle Malone
 1945 Mexicana
Alison Calvert
 1945 Earl Carroll Vanities
 1945 Delightfully Dangerous
Josephine 'Jo' Williams / Bubbles Barton
 1944 Atlantic City
Marilyn Whitaker
 1944 Show Business
Constance Ford
 1942 Take a Letter, Darling
Ethel Caldwell
 1941 Buy Me That Town
Virginia Paradise
 1941 I Wanted Wings
Carolyn Bartlett
 1941 Las Vegas Nights
Norma Jennings
 1940 I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now
Betty Gilbert
 1940 Argentine Nights
Bonnie Brooks
 1940 La Conga Nights
Helen Curtiss
 1940 Ma! He's Making Eyes at Me
Connie Curtiss
 1940 Framed
Phyllis Sanderson
 1939 Charlie McCarthy, Detective
Sheila Stuart
 1939 Laugh It Off
Ruth Spencer
 1939 Hawaiian Nights
Lonnie Lane
 1939 When Tomorrow Comes
Bride (uncredited)
 1939 Mutiny on the Blackhawk
Helen Bailey
 1939 Ex-Champ
Doris Courtney
 1939 Buck Rogers
Wilma Deering
 1939 You Can't Cheat an Honest Man
Victoria Whipsnade
 1938 Swing That Cheer
Marian Stuart
 1938 Freshman Year
Marian Stuart
 1938 The Missing Guest
Stephanie Kirkland
 1938 Letter of Introduction
Autograph Seeker (uncredited)
 1938 Prison Break
Maria Shannon
 1938 Wives Under Suspicion
 1938 The Last Stand
Nancy Drake
 1938 State Police
Helen Evans
 1938 The Crime of Doctor Hallet
Susan (uncredited)
 1938 Reckless Living
Girl Singer (uncredited)
 1938 Border Wolves
Mary Jo Benton
 1937 You're a Sweetheart (uncredited)
 1937 Prescription for Romance
Girl (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

(Summer 1957) She acted in Herbert and Dorothy Fields' musical, "Annie, Get Your Gun," in a Kenley Players production at the Memorial Hall Theatre in Dayton, Ohio with Vaughn Moore in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director.

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Alternate Names:

Connie Moore


John Maschino  (his death)  (2 children)


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Once held the position of chairperson of the Braille Institute's Auxiliary in Beverly Hills in 1975. See more »



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