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Colleen Moore (I) (1899–1988)

Colleen Moore was born Kathleen Morrison in Port Huron, Michigan. Her father was an irrigation engineer and his job was good enough to provide the family a middle-class environment. She was educated in parochial schools and studied at the famed Detroit Conservatory. Colleen's family moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and later to Tampa, Florida, where she... See full bio »

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Lilac Time Jeannine Berthelot
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 1934 The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
 1934 Success at Any Price
 1934 Social Register
Patsy Shaw
 1933 The Power and the Glory
Sally Garner
 1929 Footlights and Fools
Betty Murphy / Fifi D'Auray
 1929 Smiling Irish Eyes
Kathleen O'Connor
 1929 Why Be Good?
Pert Kelly
 1929 Synthetic Sin
Betty Fairfax
 1928 Oh Kay!
Lady Kay Rutfield
 1928 Lilac Time
Jeannine Berthelot
 1928 Happiness Ahead
Mary Randall
 1927 Her Wild Oat
Mary Brown
 1927 Naughty But Nice
Bernice Sumners
 1927 Orchids and Ermine
'Pink' Watson
 1926 Twinkletoes
Twink 'Twinkletoes' Minasi
 1926 It Must Be Love
Fernie Schmidt
 1926 Ella Cinders
Ella Cinders
 1926 Irene
Irene O'Dare
 1925 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
Chariot Race Spectator (uncredited)
 1925 We Moderns
Mary Sundale
 1925 The Desert Flower
Maggie Fortune
 1925 Sally
 1924 So Big
Selina Peake
 1924 Flirting with Love
Gilda Lamont
 1924 The Perfect Flapper
Tommie Lou Pember
 1924 Painted People
Ellie Byrne
 1924 Through the Dark
Mary McGinn
 1923 Flaming Youth
Patricia Fentriss
 1923 April Showers
Maggie Muldoon
 1923 The Huntress
 1923 Broken Hearts of Broadway
Mary Ellis
 1923 Slippy McGee
Mary Virginia
 1923 The Nth Commandment
Sarah Juke
 1923 Look Your Best
Perla Quaranta
 1922 The Ninety and Nine
Ruth Blake
 1922 Broken Chains
Mercy Boone
 1922 Forsaking All Others
Penelope Mason
 1922 Affinities
Fanny Illington
 1922 The Wall Flower
Idalene Nobbin
 1922 The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1922 (Short)
 1922 Come on Over
Moyna Killiea
 1921 The Lotus Eater
 1921 His Nibs
The Girl
 1921 The Sky Pilot
 1920 Dinty
Doreen O'Sullivan
 1920 So Long Letty
Grace Miller
 1920 The Devil's Claim
 1920 When Dawn Came
Mary Harrison
 1920 Her Bridal Night-Mare (Short)
 1920 The Cyclone
Sylvia Sturgis
 1919 A Roman Scandal (Short)
 1919 Common Property
Tatyoe ["Tatyana"]
 1919 The Egg Crate Wallop
Kitty Haskell
 1919 The Man in the Moonlight
Rosine Delorme
 1919 The Wilderness Trail
Jeanne Fitzpatrick
 1919 The Busher
Mazie Palmer
 1918 Little Orphan Annie
 1918 A Hoosier Romance
Patience Thompson
 1917 The Savage
 1917 The Little American
Maid (uncredited)
 1917 Hands Up!
Marjorie Houston
 1917 An Old Fashioned Young Man
 1917 The Bad Boy
 1916 The Prince of Graustark
Maid (uncredited)
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[on fellow "flapper" Clara Bow] I liked Clara. A very warm, sweet, generous girl. What great potential! But she wasn't a finisher. Her mind was like a sponge, but she didn't have the concentration or ability to see it through. She was quite ingenuous. People would go into shock over her salty language. See more »


In her film Flaming Youth (1923), Colleen Moore debuted her trademark flapper haircut: the Dutch boy bob. Colleen's mother Agnes purportedly suggested the idea. However, actress Mary Thurman had already worn the same Dutch boy bob haircut in the early 1920s. Likewise, Ragtime dancer Irene Castle, French actress Polaire, and Lady Diana Cooper had famously bobbed their own hair nearly a decade ... See more »


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