Pauline Moore, 1938
|Born||Pauline Joless Love
June 17, 1914
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Died||December 7, 2001
Sequim, Washington, U.S.
|Cause of death||Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis|
Laurie Machamer Shreeve
Wendy Machamer Geagan 
Moore was born Pauline Joless Love on June 17, 1914 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After her father died during World War I, her mother remarried in 1925 and Moore took her stepfather's name. She attended Darlington Seminary in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and William Penn High School in Harrisburg.
She later worked for Republic Pictures, starring in four Roy Rogers westerns, as well as the film King of the Texas Rangers in 1940, starring football great Sammy Baugh. Moore starred in three Charlie Chan films, starring alongside Cesar Romero, Allan Lane, and Kane Richmond. She also starred alongside Shirley Temple in the 1937 film Heidi, and alongside Henry Fonda in the 1939 film Young Mr. Lincoln.
In the early 1940s, she retired from acting to raise her she three children, but continued to act into the 1950s.
From her first uncredited role in 1931 through to her last role in 1958, Moore's career spanned a total of 30 films. She made a few television appearances in the 1950s, including a bit part in Spoilers of the Forest in 1957 alongside Rod Cameron and Vera Ralston, but for the most part her acting career had ended, by her own choice.
Moore was married to the cartoonist Jefferson Machamer from 1934 until his death in 1960. They had three children. In 1962, she married Rev. Dodd Watkins, whose death in 1972 left her a widow for the second time.
- Frankenstein (1931) Bridesmaid (uncredited)
- Wagon Wheels (1934) Young Lady (uncredited)
- Love Is News (1937) Lois Westcott
- Comic Artist's Home Life (1937 short) Mrs. Jefferson Machamer
- Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) Betty Adams
- Born Reckless (1937) Dorothy Collins
- Wild and Woolly (1937) Ruth Morris
- Heidi (1937) Elsa
- Three Blind Mice (1938) Elizabeth Charters
- Passport Husband (1938) Mary Jane Clayton
- Five of a Kind (1938) Elinor Kingsley
- The Arizona Wildcat (1939) Caroline Reed
- The Three Musketeers (1939) Lady Constance
- Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) Ann Rutledge
- Charlie Chan in Reno (1939) Mary Whitman
- Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939) Eve
- Days of Jesse James (1939) Mary Whittaker
- Young Buffalo Bill (1940) Tonia Regas
- The Carson City Kid (1940) Joby Madison
- Colorado (1940) Lylah Sanford
- The Trail Blazers (1940) Marcia Kelton
- Arkansas Judge (1940) Margaret Weaver
- Double Cross (1941) Ellen Bronson
- King of the Texas Rangers (1941) Sally Crane
- Studio 57 (1954 TV series) Mrs. Boche
- Medic (1955 TV series) Ella Sommers
- The Shrike (1955) Author's Wife (uncredited)
- Cavalcade of America (1955 TV series) Esta Cody
- Producers' Showcase (1956 TV series) Wendy
- TV Reader's Digest (1956 TV series) Ruth
- Showdown at Abilene (1956) Wife (uncredited)
- Spoilers of the Forest (1957) Hysterical Woman (uncredited)
- The Littlest Hobo (1958) Nurse
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- "Pauline Moore, 87; Acted With Roy Rogers" December 15, 2001, The New York Times. Retrieved July 5, 2013.