Dickie Moore made his acting and screen debut at the age of 18 months in the 1927 John Barrymore film The Beloved Rogue (1927) as a baby, and by the time he had turned 10 he was a popular child star and had appeared in 52 films. He left the Rascals at age 8 to seek greener pastures–feature films. He continued as a child star for many more years, and became the answer to the trivia question, Who was the first actor to kiss Shirley Temple on screen? When that honor was bestowed upon him in 1942’s Miss Annie Rooney (1942). As with many child actors, once Dickie got older the roles began to dry up. He made his last film in 1952, but was still in the public eye with the 1949 to 1955 TV series Captain Video and His Video Rangers (1949). He then retired from acting for a new career in publicity. He later produced industrial shows. Creasing upper right, minor corner creasing, minor corner and edge wear. Extremely rare this early. Lee at Gettysburg (1957)… 1955The Big Story (TV Series). Sam Melnick, Kansas City, Mo. 1954The Web (TV Series). Top Gun (1954). The Barrier (1954)… 1954The Man Behind the Badge (TV Series). The Ohio State Prison Story (1954). Carter Lockwood / Tony. One for the Road (1953)… A Matter of Life (1951)… Muller (as Dick Moore). 1952The Member of the Wedding. Soldier (as Dick Moore). 1951Starlight Theatre (TV Series). The Big Head (1951). 1951Sure As Fate (TV Series). Errand for Noonan (1951). 1950Cody of the Pony Express. Jonesy (as Dick Moore). 1949Boy and the Eagle (Short). The Cripple Boy / Narrator. 1949Captain Video and His Video Rangers (TV Series). 1947Out of the Past. Military Cadet General’Mogie’ Cramichael. 1944The Eve of St. 1943The Song of Bernadette. Adolard Bouhouhorts – Age 15 (uncredited). Henry Van Cleve – Age 15 (uncredited). 1942The Adventures of Martin Eden. 1940A Dispatch from Reuters. Reuter as a Boy. 1939Lincoln in the White House (Short). 1938Angels with Dirty Faces. Church Choir Soloist (uncredited). Benjamin Franklin’Benny’ Allen. 1938Love, Honor and Behave. Ted – as a child. 1937The Bride Wore Red. 1937The Life of Emile Zola. 1936Star for a Night. 1936The Little Red Schoolhouse. 1936The Story of Louis Pasteur. Gogo – Peter Age 8. 1935So Red the Rose. David Sonny Cole Jr. 1934In Love with Life. 1934This Side of Heaven. The Boy at Airport. 1933Mush and Milk (Short). Dickie (as Our Gang). 1933The Kid from Borneo (Short). 1933Gabriel Over the White House. 1932A Lad an’ a Lamp (Short). Bill Westcott as a Little Boy (courtesy of Hal Roach). 1932The Devil Is Driving. 1932Morton Downey in America’s Greatest Composers Series, #1 (Short). 1932Hook and Ladder (Short). Dickie (as Hal Roach’s Rascals). 1932The Hollywood Handicap (Short). Willie – Angela’s Brother. Dirk De Jong (younger). 1932Fireman, Save My Child! 1931Confessions of a Co-Ed. Patricia’s Son (uncredited). Johnny Carter as a Child. Dickie – Boy at the Beach (uncredited). The Dorsey Child (uncredited). One of Susan’s Sons (uncredited). 1930Let Us Be Gay. Young Bobby Brown (uncredited). 1930Son of the Gods. Sam Lee – as a Boy (uncredited). Boy at Puppet Show (uncredited). This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs”. The seller is “pengang” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Object Type: Photograph
- Industry: Movies