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March 4, 2023

35 Fabulous Photos of Constance Moore in the 1940s

Born 1920 or 1921 in Sioux City, Iowa, American singer and actress Constance Moore got a job as a singer in the 1930s with CBS radio. Her work impressed a scout from Universal Studios and she signed a contract with the company. Among the stars she worked with was W. C. Fields in You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man (1939). She appeared on Broadway in the musical By Jupiter.

Beginning in mid-1945, Moore starred with Dennis O’Keefe on Hollywood Mystery Time on ABC radio. She retired from films in 1947 but made sporadic appearances over the next few decades. She appeared on a USO tour with Bob Hope and the Nicholas Brothers in 1951.

Moore guest starred as Doris in the episode “Just a Housewife” (1960) on the ABC sitcom, The Donna Reed Show. In the 1961–1962 season, Moore co-starred in ten episodes on CBS as Robert Young’s romantic interest in his short-lived nostalgia series, Window on Main Street.

Moore died in 2005, of heart failure following a long illness. Take a look at these fabulous photos to see the beauty of young Constance Moore in the 1940s.


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