Pauline Moore Poster


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Overview (4)

Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Died in Sequim, Washington, USA  (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Birth NamePauline Joless Love
Height 5' 5¾" (1.67 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Pauline began as a model, appearing on the covers of magazines such as Cosmopolitan, McCall's and Ladies Home Journal. She was married to Jefferson Machamer, a cartoonist, from 1934 until his death in 1960. In 1962, she married minister Dodd Watkins, who died in 1972. She has three children: Wendy, Tom, and Laurie.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Diana Fillips

Spouse (2)

Dodd Watkins (1962 - 11 June 1971) ( his death)
Jefferson Machamer (1934 - 16 August 1960) ( his death)

Trivia (10)

Moore also worked as a model, appearing on the covers of Ladies Home Journal, Cosmopolitan and McCall's. She was featured in the 'Hostess Girl' painting on a 1934 Coca-Cola tray now considered highly collectible.
Appeared on Broadway in Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.'s final production, "Ha Cha".
Three children. Two daughters and one son.
Began acting career with the Edna Preston stock company.
Was an inspirational speaker and writer known for devotional poetry, short stories and religious plays.
Spent most of her adult life in Santa Monica, California.
Moved to Sequim, Washington in July 2001 to be near one of her two daughters and her son.
Was a teenage finalist in the National Constitution Oratorical Contest in Washington.
Appeared in three Charlie Chan movies: Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937), Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939), and Charlie Chan in Reno (1939).
Once signed with 20th Century-Fox, she later moved to Republic Studios and appeared in five Roy Rogers' westerns.

Personal Quotes (2)

The trouble was, if you were any good at all at doing B movies, then the more B movies you did.
[in 1990, in interview with "Commercial Appeal"] I was the girl who was always being discovered by the press. "Watch that girl!", a reviewer would say, and then forget to.

Salary (1)

Days of Jesse James (1939) $300

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