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January 25, 1988
Colleen Moore, whose bobbed-hair and flamboyant style made her the quintessential Flapper Girl of film during the Roaring '20s, died this morning at her ranch home in Templeton near Paso Robles. Dr. James R. Spencer, a longtime friend, said she had been suffering from cancer. She was 87. Moore, who was born Kathleen Morrison, was given her first film job in return for a favor director D. W. Griffith owed her uncle.
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HOME & GARDEN
November 7, 2009 | LAUREN BEALE
Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom has listed his Manhattan Beach home for $2,399,000. Custom-built in 2002, the Mediterranean has an open floor plan, formal living and dining rooms, a family room with a hand-carved wet bar, three stone fireplaces, an office and a three-car garage. A round window brings light into the top of the two-story foyer. The house has five bedrooms -- some of which Odom used as closet space -- and five bathrooms in 4,181 square feet. In the resort-like backyard, a stepped terrace off the back of the house leads to a built-in barbecue area, a gas fire pit and a swimming pool and spa. There are views of downtown L.A., the Hollywood sign and the mountains.
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HOME & GARDEN
October 29, 2009 | By Lauren Beale
A 1929 Spanish-style estate in Bel-Air that traces its Hollywood history back to silent film star Colleen Moore is listed for sale at $15.95 million or for lease at $39,000 a month. The three-structure, gated compound on less than three-quarters of an acre has seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two guest apartments, a projection room, an art studio and a gym in about 13,000 square feet. A formal two-story entry leads to the public rooms, including a formal dining room, den and media room.
HOME & GARDEN
October 29, 2009 | By Lauren Beale
A 1929 Spanish-style estate in Bel-Air that traces its Hollywood history back to silent film star Colleen Moore is listed for sale at $15.95 million or for lease at $39,000 a month. The three-structure, gated compound on less than three-quarters of an acre has seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two guest apartments, a projection room, an art studio and a gym in about 13,000 square feet. A formal two-story entry leads to the public rooms, including a formal dining room, den and media room.
NEWS
January 26, 1988 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
Colleen Moore, the effervescent film star of the Roaring '20s, whose bobbed hair became synonymous with the frenetic Flapper of that storied era, died Monday morning at her ranch home in Templeton, Calif. The most popular film actress of 1927 and 1928 was 87 and had lived in Templeton, south of Paso Robles, for many years. A self-admitted movie addict from the time she was a child (she said she practiced crying and other dramatics while walking to school in Tampa, Fla.
SPORTS
May 17, 1989
Cypress College qualified for the state softball tournament by defeating San Diego Mesa, 2-1, in 10 innings Tuesday at Mesa. Cypress, which won the first game of the best-of-three Southern California Regional second-round series, 4-2, Saturday, will play College of San Mateo Friday at Golden West in the first round of the state tournament. It will be Cypress' first trip to the state tournament. Colleen Moore singled to open the 10th inning for Cypress and went to second on a passed ball.
SPORTS
March 3, 1988
Colleen Moore pitched a two-hitter as Cypress College defeated Rancho Santiago, 1-0, in an Orange Empire Conference softball game Wednesday at Rancho Santiago. Moore (4-2) struck out four. Cypress (7-6 overall, 1-0 in conference) scored an unearned run in the third inning. Valerie Sucatre led off with an infield single and was advanced to third by back-to-back sacrifice bunts. Sucatre scored on an error by first baseman Judy Padialla.
SPORTS
May 21, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
Cypress College, which defeated northern top-seeded team, San Mateo College, 1-0, in 10 innings in the first round on Friday, needed 20 innings to get a 1-0 verdict over the No. 2 seeded team from the north, West Valley, on Saturday in the losers' bracket of the state community college softball tournament. The game lasted four hours. Charger pitchers Colleen Moore and Sally Dugas combined for a six-hit shutout of the Vikings. Moore pitched 16 innings, striking out eight and walking four.
HOME & GARDEN
November 7, 2009 | LAUREN BEALE
Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom has listed his Manhattan Beach home for $2,399,000. Custom-built in 2002, the Mediterranean has an open floor plan, formal living and dining rooms, a family room with a hand-carved wet bar, three stone fireplaces, an office and a three-car garage. A round window brings light into the top of the two-story foyer. The house has five bedrooms -- some of which Odom used as closet space -- and five bathrooms in 4,181 square feet. In the resort-like backyard, a stepped terrace off the back of the house leads to a built-in barbecue area, a gas fire pit and a swimming pool and spa. There are views of downtown L.A., the Hollywood sign and the mountains.
SPORTS
March 6, 1989
Cypress College received two strong pitching performances Sunday in sweeping a softball doubleheader from Grossmont at Cypress. Sally Dugas (4-1) threw a two-hitter for a 6-0 victory in the first game. Colleen Moore (9-2) threw a three-hitter, striking out seven, in the second game to win, 1-0. Cypress is 13-3.
SPORTS
May 21, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
Cypress College, which defeated northern top-seeded team, San Mateo College, 1-0, in 10 innings in the first round on Friday, needed 20 innings to get a 1-0 verdict over the No. 2 seeded team from the north, West Valley, on Saturday in the losers' bracket of the state community college softball tournament. The game lasted four hours. Charger pitchers Colleen Moore and Sally Dugas combined for a six-hit shutout of the Vikings. Moore pitched 16 innings, striking out eight and walking four.
SPORTS
May 17, 1989
Cypress College qualified for the state softball tournament by defeating San Diego Mesa, 2-1, in 10 innings Tuesday at Mesa. Cypress, which won the first game of the best-of-three Southern California Regional second-round series, 4-2, Saturday, will play College of San Mateo Friday at Golden West in the first round of the state tournament. It will be Cypress' first trip to the state tournament. Colleen Moore singled to open the 10th inning for Cypress and went to second on a passed ball.
SPORTS
March 3, 1988
Colleen Moore pitched a two-hitter as Cypress College defeated Rancho Santiago, 1-0, in an Orange Empire Conference softball game Wednesday at Rancho Santiago. Moore (4-2) struck out four. Cypress (7-6 overall, 1-0 in conference) scored an unearned run in the third inning. Valerie Sucatre led off with an infield single and was advanced to third by back-to-back sacrifice bunts. Sucatre scored on an error by first baseman Judy Padialla.
NEWS
January 26, 1988 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
Colleen Moore, the effervescent film star of the Roaring '20s, whose bobbed hair became synonymous with the frenetic Flapper of that storied era, died Monday morning at her ranch home in Templeton, Calif. The most popular film actress of 1927 and 1928 was 87 and had lived in Templeton, south of Paso Robles, for many years. A self-admitted movie addict from the time she was a child (she said she practiced crying and other dramatics while walking to school in Tampa, Fla.
NEWS
January 25, 1988
Colleen Moore, whose bobbed-hair and flamboyant style made her the quintessential Flapper Girl of film during the Roaring '20s, died this morning at her ranch home in Templeton near Paso Robles. Dr. James R. Spencer, a longtime friend, said she had been suffering from cancer. She was 87. Moore, who was born Kathleen Morrison, was given her first film job in return for a favor director D. W. Griffith owed her uncle.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 26, 1994
"Silents on Sundays: Women in Hollywood" will be presented at 1 p.m. on the first three Sundays in September in the Pio Pico Gallery of the Homestead Museum, 15415 East Don Julian Road, City of Industry. The series, screened on video, starts with a program of short comedies, "Her Bridal Nightmare" (1920), with Colleen Moore; "Campus Carmen" (1928), with Carole Lombard; and "A Luck Would Have It" (1918), with Betty Compson. Sept. 11: "The Extra Girl" (1923), starring Mabel Normand. Sept.
SPORTS
February 27, 1989
Cypress College used three home runs to defeat Riverside, 11-2, Sunday in the championship game of the Cypress softball tournament at Arnold Park. It was the seventh consecutive victory for the Chargers (9-2). With Cypress leading, 1-0, in the bottom of the second ining, Rosa Ferrante hit a grand slam for a 5-0 lead. Teresa Anderson and Karen Kuypers then hit back-to-back homers in the third to give the Chargers a 7-0 lead.
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