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Dickie Moore (1925-2015) The Original “Little Rascal”

Cinematically Insane Posted by Will McKinley on Sep 10, 2015

Dickie Moore, the sweet-faced child actor who gave Shirley Temple her first on-screen kiss in MISS ANNIE ROONEY (1942) and appeared in Hal Roach’s Our Gang comedies (renamed The Little Rascals for television syndication), has died at age 89. Moore acted in more than 100 films, beginning with read more

Dickie Moore (1925-2015)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 8, 2015

Dickie Moore was a child star most notably in the Our Gang shorts and remarkably he was one of the last surviving actors to be featured in Silent Cinema. I met him for the first time in repeated viewings of the classic Film-Noir Out of the Past. He plays the mute gas station attendant, who says noth read more

Dickie Moore (1925-2015)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 8, 2015

Dickie Moore was a child star most notably in the Our Gang shorts and remarkably he was one of the last surviving actors to be featured in Silent Cinema. I met him for the first time in repeated viewings of the classic Film-Noir Out of the Past. He plays the mute gas station attendant, who says noth read more

Wednesday's Child: Dickie Moore

Mildred's Fatburgers Posted by Beth Daniels on Jun 11, 2014

John Richard "Dickie" Moore, Jr., September 12, 1925 Autobiography Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (but don't have sex or take the car)By Dick Moore, Harper & Row, 1984 Cute Little Rascal Dick Moore is one of those actors I keep seeing, but  have never read more

Happy Birthday, Dickie Moore!

Cinematically Insane Posted by Will McKinley on Sep 12, 2012

Happy birthday to former child star Dickie Moore, who turns 87 today. Moore appeared in more than 100 films in a career that spanned three decades, including enduring classics like Alfred E. Green’s UNION DEPOT (1932), William J. Cowen’s OLIVER TWIST (1933), and Howard Hawks’ SARGE read more

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