November 1957
Ebony;Nov1957, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p93
The article describes the role of California-born actress Tommie Moore in the film "The Green-Eyed Blonde." It mentions that Moore plays the role as Trixie, one of the problem girls who kept in the dormitory a baby of an inmate. It notes that she started her stardom success when she joined a Broadway show, a tour of all-African American drama troupe and Orson Weles plays in France.


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