Dorothy Moore is most well known for acting, and has 12 known credits, of which 12 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Dorothy Moore’s movies you should definitely watch Blondie Meets the Boss (1939) Dorothy has worked on!
The best rated movie Dorothy Moore has been a part of is the comedy movie Blondie Meets the Boss, where they had the role of Dot Miller. It has a rating 6.7 on IMDb.
The Big Shot has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb . Dorothy Moore worked on this crime, comedy movie as Peggy Simms.
In High School Dorothy Moore was worked as Toast the Knowing. This comedy movie has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb.
This comedy movie has a rating on 5.9 on IMDb. In Quick Money Dorothy Moore had the role of Alice Tompkins.
Dorothy Moore was a part of the movie You'll Find Out as Penny (uncredited). This comedy, horror movie has a rating 6.1 on IMDb.
Dorothy Moore’s birthday is on 12 January 1919.
Dorothy Moore is female.
Dorothy Moore is most known for acting. Dorothy has worked on 12 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Blondie Meets the Boss, which has a score of 0.0.
1939 . Comedy . 1h 15m
As Dot Miller. Dagwood inadvertently gets cornered in to resigning. When his wife Blondie tries to ask Dagwoods boss Mr. Dithers for his job back, he ends up hiring her instead. This doesn't sit too well with Dagwood. Blondie's sister comes to visit, and Dagwood is put in a compromising situation with another woman.
1937 . Crime, Comedy . 1h 0m
As Peggy Simms. A small-town veterinarian inherits $2 million from an uncle he barely knew. His attempts to help mankind don't go smoothly.
1940 . Comedy . 1h 14m
As Jessica. A teenager who's been raised and home-schooled at her father's Texas ranch must adjust to her new surroundings and being with other students when she's sent to a San Antonio high-school.
1937 . Comedy . 59 m
As Alice Tompkins. Bluford H. Smythe, who has made it big in the big city, has returned to his small hometown of Glenwood after being away for twenty years. Accompanying him is his personal secretary, Ambrose Ames. Despite it being purely a vacation to get some rest and relaxation, the leading citizens of the town welcome him back with some official gatherings. Mayor Jonas Tompkins, who never liked Bluford, holds no grudges against him and too welcomes him with open arms. Although Bluford had no intention of making the news public, the townsfolk learn that he has indeed come back to do business, specifically develop a summer resort in Glenwood to rival that of the best summer resorts worldwide.
1940 . Comedy, Horror . 1h 37m
As Penny (uncredited). The manager of Kay Kyser’s band books them for a birthday party bash for an heiress at a spooky mansion, where sinister forces try to kill her.
1940 . Crime, Drama . 56 m
As Happy. A priceless necklace goes missing at a plush party. Police close in on the jewel thieves but is one cop getting too close to one of the crooks?
1940 . Western . 1h 21m
As Girl. Young lawyer Tod Jackson arrives in pioneer Kansas to visit his prosperous rancher friends the Daltons, just as the latter are in danger of losing their land to a crooked development company. When Tod tries to help them, a faked murder charge turns the Daltons into outlaws, but more victims than villains in this fictionalized version. Will Tod stay loyal to his friends despite falling in love with Bob Dalton's former fiancée Julie?
1938 . Comedy . 1h 12m
As Betty Fleet. Wealthy high school girls are sent to a boarding school to learn proper etiquette. Linda Simpson stays out all night. She tells her roommate, Betty Fleet, that it was because she's planning to elope. Linda gets in trouble when the faculty finds out from a monitor's report submitted by reluctant Natalie Freeman, a poor girl attending on scholarship.
1941 . Comedy . 1h 20m
As Miss Clayton (uncredited). A tomboy is sent to a private school to become a refined young woman, but her innocent crush on the headmaster leads to serious complications.
1940 . Romance, Drama . 1h 7m
As Susan. Stories of women who live in an all-women hotel. One (Bari) works hard and marries a millionaire; another (Hughes) cheats and goes to jail.
1942 . Comedy . 1h 6m
As Helen Van Pelt. When Martin Knox, a friend of Scattergood's who owns a horse-breeding farm, is killed in a harness race Scattergood tells Martin's son Dan that he will send him to college if he forgets about taking over his father's business, which was heavily mortgaged and has been put up for auction after Knox's death. The boy reluctantly agrees, but when he discovers that his favorite horse Starlight is sick, he decides to bring the animal back to health and then enter him in the Governor's Race, whose $5000 prize would enable Dan to pay off his father's mortgage and keep the business in the family.