Terry Moore Playboy #2

Posted: December 17, 2010

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Here is an 8″ x 10″ color photograph that was in Playboy Magazine in 1984, hand signed by Terry Moore.


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26 Responses to “Terry Moore Playboy #2”

  1. Christina Greene on December 22nd, 2008 2:45 am

    Hello Terri, My name is Christina. I live in Denver, Colorado. I Just wanted to say hello!!! I think you are the most beautiful woman in the world!! I wanted to tell you I am 48 years old & I am a single mother of an 11 year old daughter! I have been a model over the years & I was a Jet swimsiut centerfold! Also I was one of the Beauty contestents in the Eddie Murphy film, Coming to America! I wanted to start modeling again, and like you I believe that a woman does not just lose her beauty or allure at a certain age!! Some things have gotten better!! You are an inspiration to all women, I am going to do another photo shoot w/ Jet Magazine! I think my success will be greater this time around!! Thanks for your incredible vision, beauty and spirituality!! Thanks Terri.

  2. Bob OBrien on June 27th, 2009 10:55 am

    Hi Terry,
    Im still alive and would love to hear from you to catch up

  3. Johnny Franco on July 11th, 2009 2:55 pm

    Hello, Terry. I am sort of shy so I hope that this email will reach you. I have recently been abducted by aliens because of my resemblence to Pee Wee Herman. It seems that on their planet he is considered a god. After being returned to earth I decided to get a job setting up pins in a bowling alley. Aside from the stray pin hitting my head, I feel pretty good and have been working up the courage tp ask you out. I need a date for my senior prom and I have saved up enough money to buy you a corsage and treat you to dinner. If you accept I will arrange to pick you up on my new blue bike (it has an oversized basket I can put you in) and we will go to In and Out burger. I know the guys that cut the fries and I will make sure you get a supersize portion. I will always be a perfect gentleman and only hold your hand throughout our cool date. I am also selecting the candy to woo you with. Do you like jawbreakers or black licorice? I am holding my breath until you answer and I know that taking you to the prom will be the highlight of my 16 years in high school.

  4. Tom Lankford on September 13th, 2009 2:17 pm

    I’ve been a musician for most of my life and have been trying to slow the pace down a bit (if my manager would get off my back). I ran across a picture of you and it reminded me of what a class act you are. Rock on Darlin’…I’ve decided I will. Tom

  5. Ron Van Sweringen on September 23rd, 2009 6:19 pm

    Summer stock, Ivoryton Conn. 1954 Star lite – Star brite You had a bad case of poison ivy. How well I remember the momentary view. A bad play but a wonderful time.

  6. Henry mint on October 4th, 2009 11:54 am

    Hi Terry,

    That playboy issue of you i still keep you look great and you proved your point a women as fabulous as you at 50 can still show her stuff and look great i love women at that age group since i am now in my 50’s now but i think you look better when those pictures came out then many women half your age.

  7. Jim on December 20th, 2009 7:45 am

    Terry I am 74 years old and been in love with you for 58 years. Saw you in The Great Rupert last night on PBS and my heart started beating 100 mph again. I taped the movie and watched it 3 times last night and probably will miss the NFL game today watching you again.
    Love
    Jim

  8. Anastasia Ellis on December 24th, 2009 9:49 am

    Just saw a movie on TCM where you starred with a squirrel named Rupert. I was struck by your beauty and charm. I live for old black and white movies and I will now keep you as apart of my memories of the good old days and apparently the good new days!

    Hugs, Anastasia

  9. bill stelter on March 11th, 2010 1:14 pm

    Terry,

    My family lived in Glendale in the 30’s and 40’s. My aunt was Lizzie Schussler. She seemed to be a family friend of your parents. I believe I have a picture of them visiting together.

    Does the name ring a bell? How did they meet?

    Any help you could give would be appreciated.
    Bill S

  10. Darrell Green on March 28th, 2010 10:36 am

    Dear Terry (Helen)

    I was going through some old treasures and came across a couple of old additions of the “EXPLOSION” October 18, 1946.

    Ring any bells? The Glendale High School paper listed you as a reporter. Reading it stirred a few cobbwebs. So – I looked up the old school on the internet. They listed some notables that attended Glendale but somehow they missed you.

    I packed up the old papers and will send them back to the school strongly suggesting that they include you in that list along with John Wayne and others.

    This old DYNAMITER has lost his bang….so I will fizzle out.

    Them were the days………Darrell

  11. Douglas C. Buckelew on April 1st, 2010 11:59 am

    You, Bob Wagner and Gilbert Roland went fishing with us when you were making the movie “Beneath the Twelve Mile Reef” in Key West, Florida in 1953. I went on location with you and the crew when they filmed the scene-burning the boat. If fact, you sat on my lap in the car on the way to the location. I was with you and Philippe Halsman when he took the Life Magazine cover of you in 1953. He also took a picture of the two of us on the beach. I went to dinner at the hotel several times with you and Bob Wagner. It brings back a lot of good memories. I have a number of photographs of the fishing trips you took with us

  12. Mikayel on April 5th, 2010 4:41 pm

    Hello Terry. I’m 25 years old, from Armenia(hope you know where is it). I’ve just watched The Aviator and find out that Howard Hughes and You… I mean it’s great to live a life like yours. So I wish you something even better that you dream…

  13. bob mann on May 10th, 2010 4:47 pm

    to terry moore

    i trust you are well

    bob

  14. Desert Smurff on August 27th, 2010 6:44 am

    Hey Terry,

    Just wanted you to know that there are people searching for DNA from Howard Hughes, if you have anything that might have some left on it, they would probably appreciate it.

    You don’t even have to send it in, just have it tested and compared to the DNA on the website and if it is a positive, then email them!

    Thanks,
    Here’s the blog that is searching.
    http://howardhugheschildern.blogspot.com/

  15. Thomas on Sept 24 2010 on September 24th, 2010 1:48 pm

    Hi Terry I’ve just purchased several photos of you from Ebay and wondered if you still autograph stills of you for your fans?I have been a fan since I saw you with Mickey Rooney ,what a pair of leggs you had as a young women.If you still sign the photos Please send me the Address where to mail them,will pay for all s/h for their return

  16. Thomas on Sept 24 2010 on September 24th, 2010 1:50 pm

    Hi Terry Forgot to mention That I loved you in the Batman series not only the Mighty Joe young era

  17. George on December 26th, 2010 12:23 am

    Terry, I saw your photo shoot in Playboy many years ago, and you’re the reason I always liked women older than myself. You really are one of the, if not the, most beautiful women in the world, and I’ve worked on still photo shoots with top models hired by Revlon, Maybelline and a host of other high profile companies that use women to sell their goods. In short, you’re hot! :-)

  18. Butchie Leal on December 27th, 2010 11:42 pm

    Terri, I still have that issue and have dreamed for years of worshipping those gorgeous stocking feet and legs of yours. You are truly a goddess.

  19. Michael McVerry on February 3rd, 2011 4:38 pm

    Hello, Ms. Moore: my name is Michael McVerry and you may not remember me but I worked on your show, Terry’s World while we were interviewing the many film stars from Glenn Ford to Burt Reynolds to Jack Klugman to Ms. Derek to John Travolta, Bob Hope and others.

    I am merely writing to wish you and Grant and Jerry the Best. It’s a time I always remember, and enjoyed your Spirit, Professionalism, Charm and Kindness.

    I Hope You all are Well.
    Thank You, Ma’am,
    Michael

  20. Jerry Smith on May 13th, 2011 6:03 pm

    Hope and pray you are enjoying your golden years. We’re all hopeful of being there some day. Appreciate outer and inner beauty. Age seems to scare so many people. Great memories and the experiences of live that only come from doing something are priceless.
    I’ve enjoyed your contribution to the MP Industry and your natural style for many years.
    God Bless you and yours.

  21. Mark Oldham on June 2nd, 2011 4:19 pm

    Hi, Having been a movie fan of yours for many years, I found that your pictures in Playboy were, without a doubt, the best pictures of a 55 year old I have ever seen or will ever see again. Your beauty can only be compared to Elizabeth Taylor. I would love to get an autographed picture of you. You are still one of favorite actresses I enjoy watching the old movies of on TV. Thanks for the memories of only a few years gone past. Sincerely, Mark Oldham 1 Haven for Hope Way, San Antonio,TX 78207.

  22. Steve Archer on June 26th, 2011 11:39 am

    Dear Terry, you discovered my brother and I in Palmdale, Ca. in 1970. We auditioned at your home and met Dyan Cannon and Glenn Ford! We went on to become a family group “The Archers” and won a Grammy Award in 1981! We performed on the show as well! Thanks for being an encouraging part of our early years! We send you our love and prayers.
    Steve Archer

  23. JACK GODDARD on July 11th, 2011 5:23 pm

    Hi Ms Moore..I met you in NYC at the passport bureau when you
    came back from entertaining the troops in about 1955..You took
    me to the hotel Algonquin on 44th st. where I called my boss and
    told him I was with ”terry moore”..He said ”Jack get out of that bar
    and come back to work” I had lent you $10.00 for you to get your
    passport at rockerfeller center..I will never forget meeting you,and
    how breathtaking you were,and most likely still are.I would like to
    have an autographed picture of you,saying..”yes Jack it is true”..
    I became a NJ policeman and in 1970’s was ”bodyguard for a day”
    for Joan Rivers and Sophia Loren..But YOU put them to shame.
    I wish you many years of good Health and happiness..
    JACK GODDARD, CARY,NORTH CAROLINA.

  24. JIM RICK on October 29th, 2011 2:14 pm

    HEY TERRY….WAS THAT YOU ON A TRAIN IN “SINCE YOU WENT AWAY”????????? VERY YOUNG GIRL AT THE TIME…..YOU ONE OF MY FAVORITES….

  25. bob taglieri on November 12th, 2011 3:40 pm

    Terry:

    November 12, 2011, a day the will live among the special days of my life. Meeting you for the first time today after a lifetime of being in love with you . leaves nothing more to say. Your wonderful picture is already up on my wall and I look forward to starting your book tomorrow. You made my millinium.

    Still beautiful and warm. You are living proof….that there is a God!!!

    Bob Taglieri Bergenfield, new jersey 07621

    PS Thanks for autographing the picture and book

  26. robert on November 27th, 2011 1:27 pm

    Just wanted to say Miss Moore was and is one of the most talented and beautiful stars of American cinema.I wish her a very happy (and upcoming) Christmas and birthday and hope she remains health and happy. Terry Mooere is a national treasure.

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