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Jack D. Moore

Jack D. Moore
Naissance
Denver, Colorado
Nationalité
Drapeau des États-Unis
Américaine
Décès (à 92 ans)
Santa Monica, Californie
Profession Chef décorateur
Films notables Prisonniers du passé
La Reine vierge
Les Quatre Filles du docteur March
Sweet Charity

Jack D. Moore est un chef décorateur américain né le à Denver (Colorado) et mort le à Santa Monica (Californie).

Biographie

Filmographie

Cinéma

Télévision

  • 1956-1966 : The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (154 épisodes)
  • 1967 : The Pruitts of Southampton (1 épisode)

Distinctions

Oscar des meilleurs décors

Récompenses

Nominations

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