American Actor

Victor Moore

  • Feb 24, 1876 - Jul 23, 1962 (age 86)
  • 5' 7" (1.70 m)
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1962
Victor Moore
PersonalJuly 1962

Victor Moore

Victor Moore passed away.
1955
The Seven Year Itch
MovieJun 1, 1955

The Seven Year Itch

With his family away for their annual summer holiday, New …
With his family away for their annual summer holiday, New Yorker Richard Sherman decides he has the opportunity to live a bachelor's life - to eat and drink what he wants and basically to enjoy life without wife and son. The beautiful but ditsy blond from the apartment above his catches his eye and they soon start spending time together. It's all innocent though there is little doubt that Sherman is attracted to her. Any lust he may be feeling is played out in his own imagination however.
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1952
We're Not Married!
MovieJul 11, 1952

We're Not Married!

A Justice of the Peace performed weddings a few days before …
A Justice of the Peace performed weddings a few days before his license was valid. A few years later five couples learn they have never been legally married. Annabel Norris, already Mrs. Mississippi and ready to enter the Mrs. America contest, is now free to enter the Miss Mississippi contest.
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1949
A Kiss in the Dark
MovieMar 25, 1949

A Kiss in the Dark

Snooty concert pianist Eric Phillips is tired and beginning to fear …
Snooty concert pianist Eric Phillips is tired and beginning to fear he's losing his talent. His condition is not helped when he discovers he's the owner of an apartment building and the tenants have a long list of grievances. His manager suggests he move into the building for a rest, an idea that initially does not appeal to Eric. He begins to feel differently as he becomes involved in the lives of his eccentric tenants, especially a pretty model named Polly.
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1948
On Our Merry Way
MovieFeb 3, 1948

On Our Merry Way

Oliver Pease gets a dose of courage from his wife Martha …
Oliver Pease gets a dose of courage from his wife Martha and tricks the editor of the paper (where he writes lost pet notices) into assigning him the day's roving question. Martha suggests, "Has a little child ever changed your life?" Oliver gets answers from two slow-talking musicians, an actress whose roles usually feature a sarong, and an itinerant cardsharp. In each case the "little child" is hardly innocent: in the first, a local auto mechanic's "baby" turns out to be fully developed as a woman and a musician; in the second, a spoiled child star learns kindness; in the third, the family of a lost brat doesn't want him returned. And Oliver, what becomes of him?
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1947
It Happened on Fifth Avenue
MovieApr 5, 1947

It Happened on Fifth Avenue

A homeless New Yorker …
A homeless New Yorker moves into a mansion and along the way he gathers friends to live in the house with him. Before he knows it, he is living with the actual home owners.
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1945
Duffy's Tavern
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MovieSep 28, 1945

Duffy's Tavern

The staff of a record factory drown their sorrows at Duffy's …
The staff of a record factory drown their sorrows at Duffy's Tavern, while the company owner faces threats of bankruptcy.
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Ziegfeld Follies
MovieAug 13, 1945

Ziegfeld Follies

In heaven, showman Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. fondly recalls his …
In heaven, showman Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. fondly recalls his first Broadway revue, the Ziegfeld Follies of 1907. Even from heaven, he is hoping that he can, for one last time, create that same magic by mounting one last follies. As he thinks about who he would like to appear in these follies, he is assisted in realizing his fantasy, at least in his own mind, by such luminaries as Fred Astaire, Edward Arnold, 'Lucille Ball', Marion Bell, Lucille Bremer, Fanny Brice, Cyd Charisse, Judy Garland, Kathryn Grayson, Lena Horne, Gene Kelly, James Melton, Victor Moore, Virginia O'Brien, Red Skelton, Esther Williams, Keenan Wynn, and, of course, a bevy of beautiful girls.
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1944
Carolina Blues
MovieDec 20, 1944

Carolina Blues

Band Leader Kay Kyser wants to take a holiday, but his …
Band Leader Kay Kyser wants to take a holiday, but his publicist Charlotte has promised that he'll give a concert for defense plant workers. Due to the fact that his vocalist has quit to get married, the plant owner's daughter Julie sings instead. But Kay dislikes her idea of joining the band.
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1943
True to Life
MovieDec 24, 1943

True to Life

A writer for a radio program needs some fresh ideas to juice up …
A writer for a radio program needs some fresh ideas to juice up his show. For inspiration, he rents a room with a typical American family and begins to secretly write about their true life antics. The show becomes a big hit, but he begins to feel guilty about his charade when he falls in love with the family's pretty older daughter.
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The Heat's On
MovieNov 25, 1943

The Heat's On

When his biggest star joins a rival's show, a Broadway producer …
When his biggest star joins a rival's show, a Broadway producer bluffs and schemes to get her back.
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Riding High
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MovieNov 11, 1943

Riding High

In order to help her father get his silver mine running, a …
In order to help her father get his silver mine running, a burlesque queen returns home to Arizona and gets a job as an enterainer at a dude ranch and runs into a romantic mining engineer and a counterfeiter.
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1942
Star Spangled Rhythm
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MovieDec 2, 1942

Star Spangled Rhythm

A Paramount Studios security guard who was a major actor …
A Paramount Studios security guard who was a major actor during the silent film era must carry out the illusion that he is still a big deal when his sailor son comes to visit.
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Shirley Paige
Marriage1942

Shirley Paige

Married Shirley Paige.
1941
Louisiana Purchase
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MovieDec 25, 1941

Louisiana Purchase

A bumbling senator investigating graft in Louisiana is the …
A bumbling senator investigating graft in Louisiana is the target of a scheme involving a Viennese beauty.
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1938
This Marriage Business
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MovieApr 8, 1938

This Marriage Business

New York city reporter Bill …
New York city reporter Bill Terry (Allan Lane and his photographer-assistant "Candid" Perry (Jack Carson) follow an eloping heiress to a small New York town where he hears the marriage license clerk, Jud Holcomb (Victor Moore), give advice to the eloping couple, and he learns that no couple who has received a license from Jud has ever been divorced. Bill writes a story and Jud becomes a celebrity. Bill falls in love with Jud's daughter, Nancy (Vickie Lester), and local attorney Lloyd Wilson (Vinton Hayworth) finds he has become a jilted suitor. Jud is pleased as he dislikes Wilson because he is too friendly with roadhouse owner and political power-holder Joe Selby (Richard Lane), who controls Mayor Frisbee (Frank M. Thomas), Commissioner Perkins (Bryant Washburn) and Police Chief Hardy (Cecil Kellaway). Bill and Candid recognize Selby as a former NY gangster who had framed his partner Frankie Spencer and then gone away with Frankie's girl friend Bella Lawson (Kay Sutton), who is singing in Joe's nightclub. Jud runs for mayor on a reform ticket, but Selby kills Frankie and frames Jud for it.
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Radio City Revels
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MovieFeb 11, 1938

Radio City Revels

Washed-up songwriter Harry Miller and his neighbor, dancer …
Washed-up songwriter Harry Miller and his neighbor, dancer Billie Shaw, are insolvent despite efforts to find work in radio. But Harry is visited by his "student," hillbilly Lester Robin, who can only write songs in his dreams. And lo! Lester's first nap yields a song hit for which Harry takes credit. But to fulfill his new contract, he needs to keep Lester sleeping, amidst romantic complications.
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1937
She's Got Everything
MovieDec 31, 1937

She's Got Everything

Carol Rogers returns from Europe to discover that her recently …
Carol Rogers returns from Europe to discover that her recently deceased father has left her with huge debts and no resources to pay them. Aunt Jane suggests that Carol marry a South ...
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The Life of the Party
MovieSep 3, 1937

The Life of the Party

Dr. Molnac and his musical …
Dr. Molnac and his musical troupe; Beggs, the manager; Mitzi Martos, a singer; Mitzi's agent Pauline; society scion Barry Saunders and his "keeper" Oliver Goodwin, are en route to Santa Barbara. Barry falls for Mitzi while trying to loosen her slipper caught between two railroad cars, but she mysteriously leaves before he can learn her name. Barry and Oliver take a suite at the Casa Barbara, where they hire the house detective, Parkyakarkus to find the slipper's owner but he bungles the job. Oliver reminds Barry that he will lose his mother's $3,000,000 inheritance if he weds before the age of thirty. Mitzi and Pauline also register at the hotel, hoping to induce Dr. Molnac, performing there, to give Mitzi an audition. Also arriving are Mitzi's mother, Countess Martos and her wealthy friend Mrs. Penner and her son Joe, and the mothers have intentions of Joe marrying Mitzi. Barry finally meets Mitzi, and proposes marriage at a date three years in the future. To break up the romance, Joe and Parky steal Mitzi's shoe wardrobe and she, thinking Barry did it, rushes to his room in her negligee, upbraids him and stalks out. He, in his dressing gown, follows her to her room and they are about to reconcile when Mitzi's mother and Joe and his mother enter. Barry hides in another room and overhears Mitzi's mother blandly suggesting that Mitzi marry Joe. Mitzi, not pleased at this prospect, tells them she is already married and Barry, taking the cue, enters and plays the role of the new husband. Mitzi's mother promptly has them booked into the bridal suite. Pauline and Oliver arrange a wedding party with Dr. Molnac's troupe performing and Pauline, still scheming to get Mitzi an audition, hires Joe and Parky to kidnap Molnac's singer, Susan. Mitzi is a smash hit, and Barry's mother arrives and announces she had lied about his age and he is really thirty, and can get married without losing his inheritance.
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Meet the Missus
MovieJun 4, 1937

Meet the Missus

Mrs. Emma Foster of Fosterboro, Ohio loves to enter contests - …
Mrs. Emma Foster of Fosterboro, Ohio loves to enter contests - which she never wins - the time she spends on which is much to the chagrin of her exasperated husband, barber Otis Foster. It is ironic then that the one contest for which she becomes a finalist is the Happy Noodle company's Mrs. America contest to determine the nation's best homemaker as she never has time or the want to do any housework, that burden left to Otis. The two are required to attend the contest's national finals in Atlantic City with all the other finalists and their husbands. There, Emma has to find ways of getting Otis to do the homemaker type tasks required of the finalists, those tasks which she has no aptitude to complete on her own. Otis also finds that he is in a legion of other exasperated husbands who would rather be anywhere else than at the contest finals supporting their respective wives. And Emma finds that she is not alone in doing whatever it takes to win the contest. Thrown into the mix is Steve Walton, Happy Noodle's regional representative for Emma's area, he who has fallen in love with the Foster's pretty daughter, Louise.
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Make Way for Tomorrow
MovieApr 30, 1937

Make Way for Tomorrow

At a family reunion, the …
At a family reunion, the Cooper clan find that their parents' home is being foreclosed. "Temporarily," Ma moves in with son George's family, Pa with daughter Cora. But the parents are like sand in the gears of their middle-aged children's well regulated households. Can the old folks take matters into their own hands?
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We're on the Jury
MovieFeb 11, 1937

We're on the Jury

A gabby socialite busybody and a bumbling real estate …
A gabby socialite busybody and a bumbling real estate developer are seated as jurors in a murder trial.
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1936
Gold Diggers of 1937
MovieDec 26, 1936

Gold Diggers of 1937

When two investors inform an opportunistic dancer that …
When two investors inform an opportunistic dancer that they can't fund an elderly stage producer's production, she suggests they get an insurance policy on the producer's life.
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Swing Time
MovieAug 27, 1936

Swing Time

A performer and gambler travels to New York City to raise the …
A performer and gambler travels to New York City to raise the $25,000 he needs to marry his fiancée, only to become entangled with a beautiful aspiring dancer.
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1934
Gift of Gab
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MovieSep 1, 1934

Gift of Gab

A small-time street huckster becomes a radio personality, …
A small-time street huckster becomes a radio personality, making a name for himself by broadcasting a football despite efforts to keep him out. He loses favor when he fakes a broadcast interview, so desperately tries a new stunt, trying to reach crash survivors in a remote forest during a live transmission.
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Romance in the Rain
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MovieAug 13, 1934

Romance in the Rain

The publisher of a tabloid-type romance magazine decides …
The publisher of a tabloid-type romance magazine decides to get some publicity by sponsoring a "Cinderella and Prince Charming" contest.
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1930
Heads Up
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MovieOct 11, 1930

Heads Up

Heads Up is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed …
Heads Up is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Victor Schertzinger and written by Lorenz Hart, Rick Kirkland, John McGowan, Richard Rodgers, Paul Gerard Smith and Louis Stevens. The film stars Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Helen Kane, Victor Moore, Helen Carrington, and Harry Shannon. The film was released on October 11, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
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Dangerous Nan McGrew
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MovieJun 22, 1930

Dangerous Nan McGrew

Dangerous Nan McGrew is the sharp-shooting expert of a …
Dangerous Nan McGrew is the sharp-shooting expert of a traveling medicine show that is stranded in the Canadian northwest at the snowbound hunting lodge of wealthy Mrs. Benson. Nan is invited to put on a show for the benefit of Mrs. Benson's Christmas-Eve guests. While performing her boop-a-doop songs, Eustace Macy, the saxophone-tooting nephew of Mrs. Benson falls in love with Nan. And, then, the villain, the bank-robbing Doc Foster, makes his entrance. Can Dawes of the Royal Mounted be seen slushing in pursuit behind the gangster? Could Be.
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1925
The Man Who Found Himself
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MovieAug 23, 1925

The Man Who Found Himself

Tom Macauley and his …
Tom Macauley and his younger brother, Edwin, are directors in their father's bank. Edwin speculates with the bank's funds, but banker Lon Morris, a supposed friend, plots successfully to have Tom shoulder the blame. In prison, Tom becomes a trusty, but he breaks out when he learns that Morris is to marry Nora Brooks, his fiancee. He confronts Morris and Nora with the truth, beats up Morris for good luck, and returns to prison. His father dies heartbroken, and Tom is scorned by Edwin's wife when he is released. With the aid of two prison buddies (The Optimist and The Pessimist), Tom breaks into the Macauley bank (now controlled by Morris), steals funds, plants them in Morris' house, and notifies the bank examiners. Morris, who actually has been embezzling funds, goes to the bank to obtain more money before making a getaway. He is shot by a watchman; Tom learns that Nora has been a wife in name only; and he marries her.
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1921
Robert Moore
Child1921

Robert Moore

Robert Moore born.
1919
Ora Moore
Child1919

Ora Moore

Ora Moore born.
1917
Summer Boarding
MovieAug 13, 1917

Summer Boarding

Vic reads an ad in the Summer Resort column of a daily …
Vic reads an ad in the Summer Resort column of a daily paper advertising "Restful Villa" at Bullem-in-the-Pines. The place, so the ad reads, has everything your heart would desire, and wanting to get away from the heat of the city, Vic decides here's the chance and packs his family up and off they go. They soon arrive at Bullem-in-the-Pines and are met at the station by a hack man, whom Vic describes as "Rip Van Winkle." After many hardships in the hack they manage to reach Restful Villa. The place is everything that your heart would not desire, and from this moment on Vic's troubles begin. Many things happen to him and his family trying to escape from the Villa, by climbing down out of the window. They manage to make a "get away," and arrive home all in, resolving that so far as summer boarding is concerned, "never again."
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He Got There After All
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MovieFeb 17, 1917

He Got There After All

During the twenty-first …
During the twenty-first birthday party Doris Page receives a letter from her uncle to the effect that unless she is married by midnight she will lose the title to his estate, so turning to Vic, who has proposed to her, agrees to marry him right away. Vic embraces her and announces that ten o'clock that night will be the hour for the happy event. Jim Norton, who is also a suitor for Doris' hand, starts out to try to prevent Doris' marriage to Vic. Vic and Doris go to get their marriage license, and then Vic goes home to prepare for the wedding. He takes a bath, and Norton and his friend steal all of his clothes. Vic is in a dilemma until his friend, Bill Morris, who is dressed in his evening clothes, calls. Vic pleads with him to lend him his dress clothes, as it is then ten o'clock. Morris agrees, and though much too small for Vic, he manages to squeeze into them. He leaves his friend dressed in a bathrobe. He runs for a car and drops his hat near a traffic signal and tries to pick it up; but as the trousers are too tight he finds it impossible to do so. Holding on to the traffic signal, and balancing himself, he finally gets the hat. Norton, who has followed, handcuffs him to the traffic signal, so when Vic gets up and starts to leave he has to take the traffic signal with him. He arrives at a thoroughfare and works the "stop and go" signal. One machine stops, and the occupant agrees to help him, so Vic gets into the motor car. Norton has also secured a marriage license, and tells Doris Vic is handcuffed, and the key which he exhibits is the only one which will open the handcuffs. He drops the key in a mail box, and Doris tries to get it. One of her rings gets caught, and it is impossible to get her hand free. It is now a quarter to twelve, and Norton offers to marry her, but she refuses. Vic, with the traffic sign, comes up in the motor car and sends for the minister who happens to be tongue-tied, and who manages to get them married before the necessary hour. The letter carrier arrives and frees Doris, who gets the key and releases Vic.
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The Sleepwalker
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MovieFeb 5, 1917

The Sleepwalker

Vic Moore is employed by Walter Higgins, a broker. Vic and his …
Vic Moore is employed by Walter Higgins, a broker. Vic and his wife revel in tangoing and Vic also has a passion for Welsh rarebits. One night after partaking of his favorite dish, he rises from bed, picks up the alarm clock, a cane and his wife's hat, and tangos out of the room to the fire escape. On the platform below he dislodges a milk bottle and the crash awakens his wife, who hastily puts on Vic's overcoat and cap and follows down the fire escape. Casey, a bicycle cop, is astounded at the sight of the pajama clad figure of Vic reposing on the guard of an automobile drawn up at the curb, and tries various methods to awaken him. Mrs. Vic appears and explains. When all other measures have failed, she sets the alarm and the familiar sound awakens him, and he returns to his apartment swearing to cut out the festive rarebit. The next morning he finds his employer, Walter Higgins, in a state of terror. Vera Thomas, a show girl, is going to bring suit against him for breach of promise unless he marries her. She has a big bundle of his love letters to prove her contention. He promises Vic to raise his salary $5,000 a year if he obtains those letters from Vera. Vic writes to Vera that he is a wealthy westerner who has seen her performance and would like to star her in musical comedy. Vera, who is in love with Delmont, the tenor of the company, is delighted. Vic meets Vera at the stage door and proposes that they talk the matter over at her apartment. Higgins follows and hides near the house. If Vic gets the letters he is to drop them out of the window. Mrs. Vic has been notified that he will not be at home until late and has covered his pajamas with a sign reading: "Victor Moore, sleepwalker. Return to Rex apartments, apartment 4-D." Vic is astounded to find that he lives in the same place and that his apartments are just above Vera's. Vera suggests that they have a Welsh rarebit, and Vic tries to sidestep it, but she insists. After eating he finds an excuse to send Vera from the room and locates Higgins' letters, but before he can get them, Vera reappears. He leaves and returns to his apartments, thinking Higgins has departed, but the latter is still hanging around below. Soon after Vic retires, the rarebit gets in its work, and he goes down the fire escape in his pajamas. He enters Vera's room, where she and her maid are in night robes. Vera does not recognize him and the two women watch him as he searches the cabinet. As he bends over to look into a drawer Vera and the maid see the card with his name. Mrs. Vic, who has awakened, comes down the fire escape in a kimona and motions the women to be cautious. Vic goes to the table and his hand touches a cigarette that Vera has placed there. The burn awakens Vic. Vera starts towards him. Mrs. Vic grabs her and tells her he is still asleep. Vic hears this speech and takes advantage of the opportunity to get the letters. Vera, alarmed, follows him to the window. He throws the letters to Higgins, who burns them in a vacant lot. Vic and his wife return to their apartments and Vera faints in the arms of her maid. Mrs. Vic lashes his hands and feet to the bed with his dressing gown cord and he accepts the situation as a penance for breaking his resolve not to eat Welsh rarebit.
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The Honeyless Honeymoon
MovieJan 29, 1917

The Honeyless Honeymoon

Victor Moore, a young …
Victor Moore, a young jewelry salesman, who has just been married is leaving with his bride on the Clyde steamer on his honeymoon. Bill Manton and Bert Scott, two friends of his, determine to play a joke on him. They read in the paper that Mrs. Holstein of West 72nd Street has been robbed of $75,000 worth of jewelry and that a former maid and butler are suspected. They write a note to the chief of detectives and inform him that the maid and butler are making a getaway on the Clyde steamer, sailing that day, posing as a young married couple. By a singular coincidence the real crooks wanted for the robbery are employed on this steamer as stewardess and steward; the plunder is concealed in the steward's cabin. Vic and his bride arrive on the boat and find that their stateroom has been decorated by their friends. The only mar to their happiness is the dog that Vic's bride insists on taking with them. Vic loses his new high hat overboard while going up the gangplank. The thieving steward lends him his cap. The chief of detectives receives the joker's note and sends Vera Fleming and Darnton, two detectives after him. Before they arrive, Vic has had trouble with the bride about the dog who has chewed up her new hat. Unseen by her he drops the dog over the side of the boat but it is caught by Moulton, a souse. The jewelry firm Vic works for send a sample case of jewelry to him by messenger to deliver in Jacksonville. The thieving steward overhears the reading of the letter and seeing the jewelry, determines to get it. The two detectives arrive just before the boat starts and show the steward and stewardess the letter from the jokers. They inquire how many "honeymooners are booked." The crooks tell them only one couple. Seeing safety for themselves they work with the detectives against the innocent Vic and his bride. Vic and his wife are annoyed after the boat starts by the prying eyes of the two detectives. The stewards tell the detectives that they saw the jewelry taken from the Holsteins in Vic's room. They determine to arrest them that night. But seasickness prevents them and raises havoc with Vic and his bride. The next morning Vic and his wife are arrested in the presence of the passengers in the salon. Things look back for them until Moulton, who is a detective, proves that the steward and the stewardess are the guilty parties.
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Did It Ever Happen to You?
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MovieJan 15, 1917

Did It Ever Happen to You?

Moore returns from a gay …
Moore returns from a gay party, having imbibed too freely. Statuary seem to bow to him. Forgetting his wife is away, he takes off his shoes and they seem to walk upstairs without him. He begins to think something must be wrong and starts up to his room. He enters and it appears to be revolving at a rapid rate. He goes to bed without removing his clothes, just as the butler with a telegram knocks on the door. The telegram informs him that his wife will be home immediately and adds that she hopes he has kept on the water wagon. Vic is at a loss what to do and starts to clean up the room of all traces that might show he was out late. Mrs. Vic arrives and is surprised at not seeing Vic. She asks where he is. The butler informs her that he is upstairs. Mrs. Vic proceeds immediately to Vic's room and Vic, hearing her approaching, managed to get his hat and coat on and is coughing hard as Mrs. Vic enters. He tells her he is suffering from a severe cold and she makes him take some medicine. She goes to his pockets to get his muffler to put around his neck, when she finds champagne corks. Vic tells her it is a new game, but if you get five you win. She is satisfied and he starts to his office, taking the medicine with him. Vic is a lawyer, and while trying to ease his headache with ice, a message comes from Mlle. Elise of the Follies, that as her engagement closed, she is calling for London and intends giving a celebration and would like to have Vic serve as toastmaster. Another friend of Vic's, having received a similar request, points out the wonders of the occasion and Vic consents to go, telling his friend he will inform his wife that "he will be detained at the office." That night, on account of Vic "being detained at the office," Mrs. Vic goes along to the Windermere reception. The butler, discovering that no one is to be home, plans to rob the house. After Mrs. Vic leaves he proceeds to put everything into a bag. After the reception, Mrs. Vic hails an old hansom and tells the cabby to drive to the nearest drug store. Vic, after leaving Mlle. Elise's party, accompanied by two other fellows, is coming down the street very much under the weather. As they pass a drug store they come upon the old hansom and bet Vic he won't dare drive it. Vic takes the bet. In the meantime the butler and his accomplice are chased by an officer. The butler escapes, but the accomplice runs up and saves the bag of silverware in the hansom with Mrs. Vic. He makes his escape as the officer stops the cab. He is surprised at finding a well-dressed woman in the cab, but believes that she is also an accomplice. He discovers the silverware and arrests Mrs. Vic and Vic, but neither knows the other has been arrested. The butler returns home, determined to tell about the burglary and his heroic efforts to stop it. In the morning Vic is hauled before the judge, who is indeed surprised to see him. Vic explains matters and the judge, who is a personal friend, warns him in a mock serious manner never to do it again or he will tell Mrs. Vic. Mrs. Vic has insisted upon having her husband defend her. An officer is dispatched home for Vic. He recognizes the butler as an old-time convict, wanted for escape from Sing Sing, and arrests him. As Vic turns to leave, he nearly faints when he discovers his wife, who throws her arms about his neck and tells him that she is so glad he has come. Vic bluffs his way through and tells her she might have known he would come. Mrs. Vic starts to explain what happened. Vic tells her that he will speak to the judge. The bag of silverware is brought out and Vic is dumbfounded to find that it is their own property. The butler is brought in. Mrs. Vic is freed, but Vic warns her if she wishes to get along with him she will have to keep out of jail. Mrs. Vic laughs and sobs on Vic's neck and Vic winks knowingly at the judge.
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1916
In Society and Out
MovieDec 18, 1916

In Society and Out

In Society and Out released.
The Clown
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MovieJun 19, 1916

The Clown

The Clown is a lost 1916 silent film starring stage star Victor …
The Clown is a lost 1916 silent film starring stage star Victor Moore and directed by William C. deMille. It was produced by Jesse Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
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The Race
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MovieApr 6, 1916

The Race

The Race is a 1916 American drama silent film directed by …
The Race is a 1916 American drama silent film directed by George Melford and written by Hector Turnbull and Clinton Stagg. The film stars Victor Moore, Anita King, Ronald Bradbury, William Dale, Mrs. Lewis McCord and Ernest Joy. The film was released on April 6, 1916, by Paramount Pictures.
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1915
Chimmie Fadden Out West
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MovieNov 21, 1915

Chimmie Fadden Out West

Chimmie is sent to Death …
Chimmie is sent to Death Valley CA as part of a railroad scheme. He's to pretend to have discovered gold there, then set a new transcontinental record heading east. It doesn't quite work out that way.
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Chimmie Fadden
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MovieJun 28, 1915

Chimmie Fadden

Chimmie Fadden, a poor but amiable Irish lad, lives with …
Chimmie Fadden, a poor but amiable Irish lad, lives with his mother and brother Larry in New York's Bowery. When Chimmie is arrested for fighting to defend a newsboy from a bully, Fanny Van Cortlandt, a millionaire's daughter on a charity mission, who witnesses the fight, arranges for his release. After Chimmie rescues Fanny from a masher, he becomes a bumbling servant at the Van Cortlandt Long Island mansion, where he falls in love with Hortense, the French maid. One night Chimmie discovers his brother Larry and the valet Antoine stealing the silver. Chimmie knocks Antoine unconscious and hides Larry in a fireplace when Van Cortlandt enters to investigate. Feigning intoxication, Chimmie takes the blame for the noise, and Larry escapes with the silver. The next day Chimmie, now discharged, finds Larry and takes the satchel of silver to return it, but the police arrest him for the crime. After Larry confesses, at the insistence of Mrs. Fadden, Chimmie, now released, finally steals a kiss from Hortense.
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Snobs
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MovieApr 12, 1915

Snobs

Henry Disney, a milkman, residing in a small city, is discovered …
Henry Disney, a milkman, residing in a small city, is discovered by Phipps, a lawyer, to be the heir to the title and fortune of the Duke of Walshire. Phipps and his sister, Laura, being ...
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1910
Victor Moore Jr.
Child1910

Victor Moore Jr.

Victor Moore Jr. born.
1902
Emma Littlefield
Marriage1902

Emma Littlefield

Emma Littlefield was born on January 12, 1883 in New …
Emma Littlefield was born on January 12, 1883 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for His Military Figure (1917), Rough and Ready Reggie (1917) and He Got There After All (1917). She was married to Victor Moore. She died on June 23, 1934 in Farmingdale, New York.
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1876
Victor Moore
BirthFebruary 1876

Victor Moore

Victor Moore was born.
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