Pauline Moore

Highest Rated: 100% Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
Lowest Rated: 100% Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
Birthday: Jun 14, 1914
Birthplace: Not Available
The winsome loveliness and Jean Arthur-esque voice of American actress Pauline Moore graced the screen from 1932 to 1941. After a handful of bit roles, Moore landed a 20th Century Fox contract in 1937. Her career shifted into gear in 1938, when she played one of the title characters in the "looking for rich husbands" opus Three Blind Mice (the other two were Loretta Young and Marjorie Weaver). She went on to such plum roles as Ann Rutledge in Young Mr. Lincoln (1939), Constance de Winter in The Three Musketeers (1939), and, best of all, psychic Eve Cairo in Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939). For reasons best known to Darryl F. Zanuck, Fox summarily dropped Moore from their payroll in 1940. She spent the next year in such less-than-impressive efforts as the Republic serial King of the Texas Rangers (1940) and the PRC meller Double Cross (1941). The last-named film proved to be the last for Pauline Moore, save for a brief appearance as a nurse in 1958's The Littlest Hobo.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Littlest Hobo Nurse 1958
No Score Yet Double Cross Ellen Bronson 1941
No Score Yet King of the Texas Rangers Sally Crane 1941
No Score Yet Colorado Lylah Sanford 1940
No Score Yet The Carson City Kid Joby 1940
No Score Yet Young Buffalo Bill Tonia Regas 1940
No Score Yet Days of Jesse James Mary 1939
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at Treasure Island Eve Cairo 1939
100% Young Mr. Lincoln Ann Rutledge 1939
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in Reno Mary Whitman 1939
No Score Yet The Three Musketeers Lady Constance 1939
100% Heidi Elsa 1937
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at the Olympics Betty Adams 1937
No Score Yet Love Is News Lois Westcott 1937
No Score Yet Motorcycle Squad Actor 1937
100% Frankenstein Bridesmaid 1931


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