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Phil Moore (I) (1918–1987)

Phil Moore was born on February 20, 1918 in Portland, Oregon, USA. He was married to Jeanne. He died on May 13, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Swing Fever Music Department
The Duke Is Tops Music Department
Eadie Was a Lady Soundtrack


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 2012 Idina Menzel Live: Barefoot at the Symphony (TV Special) (writer: "Good Morning, Walker / I Feel So Smoochie")
 2007 American Masters (TV Series documentary) (writer - 1 episode)
- Les Paul: Chasing Sound (2007) ... (writer: "Shoo, Shoo, Baby")
 2005 Valiant ("Shoo Shoo Baby")
 2004 Cold Case (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Factory Girls (2004) ... (writer: "Shoo Shoo Baby")
 1988 Biloxi Blues (writer: "Brass Boogie")
 1976 A Special Olivia Newton-John (TV Special) (writer: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1963 The Victors (writer: "Shoo Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1963 McHale's Navy (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Is There a Doctor in the Hut? (1963) ... (writer: "Shoo Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1960 Startime (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Soldiers in Greasepaint (1960) ... (writer: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1946 A Matter of Life and Death (lyrics: "Shoo Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited) / (music: "Shoo Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited)
 1945 Diamond Horseshoe (writer: "Shoo Shoo, Baby" - uncredited)
 1945 Eadie Was a Lady (writer: "I'M GONNA SEE MY BABY (ON VICTORY DAY)")
 1944 Swing in the Saddle (writer: "There'll Be a Jubilee" - uncredited)
 1944 Since You Went Away (lyrics: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited) / (music: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited)
 1944 South of Dixie (writer: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1944 Follow the Boys (lyrics: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited) / (music: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" (1943) - uncredited)
 1944 Trocadero (writer: "Shoo Shoo Baby")
 1944 Broadway Rhythm (arranger: "Waltz in D Flat Major (The Minute Waltz)" - uncredited)
 1944 Beautiful But Broke (writer: "Shoo-Shoo Baby" - uncredited)
 1943 Shoe Shine Boy (Short) (music: "Trumpet Lament")
 1942 Panama Hattie (music: "The Sping" (1942) - uncredited) / (writer: "Berry Me Not" (1942) - uncredited)
 1938 Snow Gets in Your Eyes (Short) (arranger: "Harlem Yodel" - uncredited) / (performer: "Harlem Yodel", "Rhythm Rascals" - uncredited)
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Had a realtionship with Dorothy Dandridge and was instrumental in the success of her nightclub singing career.

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