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Abigail Moore (segment "The Dark Boy")
Invitation to a Murder (1934). Melodrama/mystery.
1 Portrayal |
1 Interview |
6 Articles |
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
My parents were both progressive people learning much from Henrik Ibsen. My mother believed that a woman should not be tied down to family with nothing else in her life. They were also progressive politically. My father, we thought, voted the Democratic ticket, but actually he voted the Socialist ticket; my mother was a suffragette and I marched in parades with her.
After she was called back for retakes on the TV movie "The Cat Creature," she was surprised by Charlton Heston, who presented her with a gold Oscar statuette replacing the plaque she had won decades earlier for "Anthony Adverse.".