Sequim: Actress-model from Hollywood’s glamour years dies

SEQUIM — Pauline Moore, who appeared in 25 movies between 1937 and 1941, died Friday in Sequim from ayotrophic lateral slerosis.

Commonly called Lou Gehrig’s dsease, ALS is a fatal neuromuscular disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness resulting in paralysis.

Moore, 87, moved to Sequim in July to be near her family. She was a frequent visitor to the Sequim area since 1998.

A private family service is being planned.

As a young actress, Moore appeared in movies starting Henry Fonda, David Niven, Loretta Young, Joel McCrea, Shirley Temple, Tyrone Power, Don Ameche, Caesar Romero and Roy Rogers.

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