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Robert Moore (I) (1927–1984)


Robert Moore was born on August 7, 1927 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He was a director and actor, known for Murder by Death (1976), The Cheap Detective (1978) and Rhoda (1974). He died on May 10, 1984 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Murder by Death Director
(1976)
(1978)
Rhoda Director
(1974-1976)
Chapter Two Director
(1979)

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 1982-1983 It's Not Easy (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Pilot (1983)
- Unaired Pilot (1982)
 1979 Chapter Two
 1978 Annie Flynn (TV Movie)
 1977 The Natural Look (TV Movie)
 1977 The Sunshine Boys (TV Movie)
 1977 There's Always Room (TV Movie)
 1976 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (TV Movie)
 1976 Don't Call Us (TV Movie)
 1974-1975 Rhoda (TV Series) (27 episodes)
- The Party (1975)
- Mucho, Macho (1975)
- Ida's Doctor (1975)
 1974 Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Moran's the Man (1974)
 1974 The Bob Newhart Show (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1974 Thursday's Game (TV Movie)
 1973 Diana (TV Series) (2 episodes)
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Appeared on Broadway in Irving Berlin's "This Is the Army", which was later adapted to film: This Is the Army (1943). See more »
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Was nominated for Broadway's Tony Award five times: as Best Director (Musical), in 1969 for "Promises, Promises;" in 1979 for "They're Playing Our Song;" and in 1981 for "Woman of the Year;" as Best Director (Dramatic), in 1970 for "Last of the Red Hot Lovers;" and as Best Director (Play), in 1978 for "Deathtrap." He never won. See more »

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