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Charles R. Moore

  • Highest Rated: 100% My Favorite Blonde (1942)
  • Lowest Rated: 33% Pin-Up Girl (1944)
  • Birthday: Apr 23, 1893
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • African American actor Charles Moore was sometimes billed as Charles R. Moore. In films from 1929, Moore played a variety of supporting roles and was evidently a favorite of writer/director Preston Sturges, as he appeared in four of Sturges' films, delivering one of the funniest single lines in 1941's The Palm Beach Story (to repeat the line out of context would kill the joke). Unfortunately, Charles Moore's skills as a dancer seldom got a workout during his 25-year screen career.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

92% Take Shelter Man at Window $1.7M 2011
66% The History Boys Executive Producer $2.6M 2006
80% One Week Mr. Parker 2001
No Score Yet Caged Heat 3000 Actor 1995
94% Two-Lane Blacktop Texas Policeman 1971
No Score Yet Mad Wednesday Bootblack 1951
89% Sin of Harold Diddlebock Bootblack 1947
No Score Yet Without Reservations Redcap 1946
No Score Yet Colonel Effingham's Raid (Man of the Hour) White Cab Driver 1946
95% Hail the Conquering Hero Porter 1944
33% Pin-Up Girl Redcap 1944
60% Son of Dracula Mathew 1943
No Score Yet Strictly in the Groove Cactus 1942
97% The Palm Beach Story Porter 1942
95% I Married a Witch Rufus 1942
93% This Gun for Hire Dining Car Waiter 1942
100% My Favorite Blonde Pullman Porter 1942
No Score Yet Rings on Her Fingers Porter 1942
100% Sullivan's Travels Chef 1941
100% The Little Foxes Simon 1941
94% Christmas in July Porter 1940
100% The Great McGinty McGinty's Valet 1940
No Score Yet Maryland Groom 1940
95% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Porter 1939
100% Only Angels Have Wings Servant 1939
No Score Yet Southward, Ho! Skeeter 1939
No Score Yet Professor Beware Bootblack 1938
No Score Yet Adventure in Sahara Gungadin 1938
No Score Yet Saratoga Bartender 1937
No Score Yet Internes Can't Take Money (You Can't Take Money) Elevator Boy 1937
No Score Yet Page Miss Glory Porter 1935
80% Front Page Woman Boy 1935
80% Manhattan Melodrama Black Boy in Speakeasy 1934
No Score Yet The Exile Actor 1931
No Score Yet His First Command Homer 1929

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