TERRY MOORE. American film and TV actress. After working in radio during the 1940s (most memorably as Bumps Smith), she starred in several box-office hits including ; Mighty Joe Young (1945) / Come Back Little Sheba (1952) for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress and Peyton Place (1957). She appeared on the cover of Life magazine for July 6th 1953 as "Hollywood's sexy tomboy". During the 1950s, she worked steadily in films such as The Great Rupert (1950) / Two of a Kind (1951) / Man on a Tightrope (1953) and Why Must I Die (1960). By the mid 1960s, her film career had faltered and she semi-retired from acting, only completing two films in the 1970s. She is rumoured to have been once secretly married to billionaire Howard Hughes having been a girlfriend for a number of years. She has a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. Aged 55, she posed nude in the August 1984 issue of Playboy magazine.
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Terry Moore & Johnnie Ray
Reference Number. 8500
A good rare original vintage 1950s autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoints by both Terry Moore and Johnnie Ray (To Audrey Love and Wishes).
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