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Dickie Moore

Dickie MooreAKA John Richard Moore, Jr.

Born: 12-Sep-1925
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Died: 7-Sep-2015
Location of death: Wilton, CT
Cause of death: Natural Causes

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Little Rascals

Military service: US Army

Sister: Pat Kingsley
Wife: Patricia Dempsey (m. 17-Dec-1948, div. 1954, one son)
Son: Kevin
Wife: Eleanor Donhowe Fitzpatrick (m. 8-Nov-1959, div.)
Wife: Jane Powell (actress, m. 21-May-1988, until his death)

    University: Los Angeles City College

    The Little Rascals Dickie (1932-33)

    The Member of the Wedding (30-Dec-1952) · Drunken Soldier
    Eight Iron Men (Dec-1952) · Muller
    Killer Shark (19-Mar-1950) · Jonesy
    Tuna Clipper (10-Apr-1949)
    Bad Boy (22-Feb-1949) · Charlie
    Dangerous Years (7-Dec-1947)
    Out of the Past (13-Nov-1947) · The Kid
    Sweet and Low-Down (5-Sep-1944) · Cadet Gen. Cramichael
    Youth Runs Wild (1-Sep-1944) · Georgie Dunlop
    The Eve of St. Mark (22-May-1944)
    Jive Junction (16-Dec-1943)
    Happy Land (10-Nov-1943)
    Miss Annie Rooney (29-May-1942)
    Sergeant York (2-Jul-1941) · George York
    The Great Mr. Nobody (15-Feb-1941) · Limpy Barnes
    A Dispatch from Reuters (19-Oct-1940) · Reuter
    The Gladiator (8-Aug-1938) · Bobby
    My Bill (7-Jul-1938) · Bill Colbrook
    Love, Honor and Behave (12-Mar-1938) · Ted
    The Bride Wore Red (8-Oct-1937) · Pietro
    The Life of Emile Zola (11-Aug-1937) · Pierre Dreyfus
    The Story of Louis Pasteur (23-Nov-1935) · Joseph Meister
    So Red the Rose (9-Nov-1935)
    Peter Ibbetson (31-Oct-1935)
    Upperworld (28-Apr-1934) · Tommy
    This Side of Heaven (2-Feb-1934) · Freddie
    Gallant Lady (7-Dec-1933)
    Man's Castle (27-Oct-1933) · Joie
    Gabriel Over the White House (31-Mar-1933) · Jimmy Vetter
    Oliver Twist (28-Feb-1933)
    Blonde Venus (16-Sep-1932) · Johnny Faraday
    Winner Take All (16-Jul-1932) · Dickie Harmon
    Million Dollar Legs (8-Jul-1932) · Willie
    So Big! (29-Apr-1932) · Dirk De Jong, as a Boy
    The Expert (5-Mar-1932)
    Manhattan Parade (24-Dec-1931) · Junior Roberts
    The Squaw Man (5-Sep-1931) · Little Hal
    The Star Witness (22-Aug-1931) · Ned Leeds
    Three Who Loved (3-Jul-1931) · Sonny Hanson
    Seed (14-May-1931)
    Passion Flower (6-Dec-1930) · Tommy

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