Colleen Moore (August 19, 1899 – January 25, 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut. Ella Anders, Irene, The Perfect Flapper, Lilac Time, Success at Any Price, Twinkletoes, Orchids and Ermine, Naughty But Nice, Why Be Good, So Big.

Colleen Moore (August 19, 1899 – January 25, 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut. Ella Anders, Irene, The Perfect Flapper, Lilac Time, Success at Any Price, Twinkletoes, Orchids and Ermine, Naughty But Nice, Why Be Good, So Big.

Kathleen Morrison a.k.a. Colleen Moore in 1920 -Married four times; John McCormick (m.1923-1930); Albert P. Scott (m. 1932-1934); Homer P. Hargrave (m. 1937-1964); & Paul Magenot (m. 1983-1988)

Kathleen Morrison a.k.a. Colleen Moore in 1920 -Married four times; John McCormick (m.1923-1930); Albert P. Scott (m. 1932-1934); Homer P. Hargrave (m. 1937-1964); & Paul Magenot (m. 1983-1988)

Colleen Moore (August 19, 1899 – January 25, 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut. She wrote an autobiography, Silent Star.

Colleen Moore (August 19, 1899 – January 25, 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut. She wrote an autobiography, Silent Star.

Colleen Moore (1899 – 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut.

Colleen Moore (1899 – 1988) was an American film actress who began her career during the silent film era. Moore became one of the most fashionable stars of the era and helped popularize the bobbed haircut.

Promotional portrait of actress Colleen Moore at the height of her fame, c. 1927, showing the famous Dutchboy bobbed haircut that she helped make famous.

Promotional portrait of actress Colleen Moore at the height of her fame, c. 1927, showing the famous Dutchboy bobbed haircut that she helped make famous.

It was F. Scott Fitzgerald who dedicated the ’20s to “Flaming Youth.” In 1922, silent film star Colleen Moore bobbed her hair and launched the flapper image across the Hollywood screen.  As Fitzgerald put it, “I was the spark that lit up Flaming Youth and Colleen Moore was the torch.”

It was F. Scott Fitzgerald who dedicated the ’20s to “Flaming Youth.” In 1922, silent film star Colleen Moore bobbed her hair and launched the flapper image across the Hollywood screen. As Fitzgerald put it, “I was the spark that lit up Flaming Youth and Colleen Moore was the torch.”

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