Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE (19 April 1935 – 27 March 2002) was an English actor, comedian, composer and musician.
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... intended as a solo project for Moore, called Not Only Dudley Moore, But Also His Guests ... However, unsure about going it alone, Moore invited his partner from Beyond the Fringe, Peter Cook, to guest in the pilot (along with Diahann Carroll and John Lennon, who was to make two ... fixture and the show became Not Only Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, But Also Their Guests, though it was only ever really referred to as Not Only.. ...
... Dawn Chong Before Stonewall, a documentary film Best Defense, starring Dudley Moore, Eddie Murphy, Kate Capshaw Beverly Hills Cop, directed by Martin Brest, starring Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, Ronny Cox, John ... Japan) Micki + Maude, directed by Blake Edwards, starring Dudley Moore, Ann Reinking, Amy Irving Mike's Murder, directed by James Bridges, starring Debra Winger The ... Hargreaves - (Australia) N The Naked Face, starring Roger Moore, Rod Steiger, Elliott Gould, Anne Archer, Art Carney The Natural, directed by Barry Levinson, starring Robert Redford, Robert Duvall ...
... record recorded by Derek and Clive, drunken alter-egos created by comedy duo Peter Cook and Dudley Moore ... "Peter Cook and Dudley Moore were appearing on Broadway in the show "Good Evening" when they first happened upon two brilliant new talents ... Cook and Moore were quick to see that they had made a major discovery and after much persuasion, including a packet of Craven A and a bottle of Tizer, Derek and Clive ...
... From Beyond The Fringe (Atlantic Standard 2 017, 1966) The Dudley Moore Trio (Decca Records (LK UK) / London Records (US) PS558) 1969 Dudley Moore plays The Theme from Beyond ...
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—Marianne Moore (18871972)