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Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes


Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes
Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes

Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes    Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes

Moore (April 23, 1893 in Chicago, Illinois July 20, 1947 in Los Angeles, California) was an American actor who appeared in over 100 films in his acting career, and was sometimes credited as Charles Moore or Charlie Moore. Moore was born in Chicago in 1893. Over his career, Moore played small parts such as servants, bootblacks, elevator operators, menial laborers, and, especially, railroad porters and Red Caps.

In Meet John Doe, he played a City Hall janitor trying to smoke a cigar while washing the floor on the Christmas Eve that John Doe has threatened to jump off the building. Moore was part of Preston Sturges' unofficial "stock company" of character actors, appearing in six of Sturges' films. In Sullivan's Travels, Moore played a chef who is propelled headfirst through the roof of the land yacht during a chase scene. Moore was also a dancer, but that skill was not often called for in his film appearances. Exceptionally rare; the only autograph of his I have ever come across. Moore died in Los Angeles in 1947.

1947The Sin of Harold Diddlebock. Charlie - Black Man in Lobby (uncredited). 1946Our Hearts Were Growing Up.

Pandro - the Bellhop (uncredited). 1942Andy Hardy's Double Life. Rufus - Samuel's Servant (uncredited).

Colored Chef (as Charles Moore). 1941The Night of January 16th. Sam - Elevator Operator (uncredited). 1940The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date. Sam - Carriage Driver (uncredited). Porter at Railroad Station (uncredited). Porter in Maxford's Office (uncredited). 1940So You Won't Talk. Cocktail Party Butler (as Charles Moore).

Colored Porter at Bus Station (uncredited). 1939A Woman Is the Judge. Sam - Cleaning Man (uncredited).

Excited Porter in Diner (uncredited). 1935The Awakening of Jim Burke. 1935It's a Small World. 1934The Captain Hates the Sea.

Manhattan Turkish Bath Attendant (uncredited). Black Man in Speakeasy (uncredited). Elevator Operator / Porter (uncredited). Liar Fined in Court (uncredited). Sam - Eddie's Elevator Operator (uncredited).

1931New Adventures of Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford. 1931Beach Pajamas (Short) (as Charles Moore).

Jack Stewart (as Charles Moore). First Porter Opening Window (uncredited). 1930A Daughter of the Congo.

1929The Trial of Mary Dugan. James Madison (as Charles Moore). Sam Grant (as Charles Moore). 1917Your Obedient Servant (as Charles Moore). Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.

'47 Little Foxes" is in sale since Monday, March 9, 2020. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Movies\Photographs".

The seller is "pengang" and is located in Marietta, Georgia. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Original/Reproduction: Original
  2. Object Type: Photograph
  3. Industry: Movies


Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes    Charles R. Moore Extremely Rare Autograph African American d.'47 Little Foxes