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  • LadyJ60

    Juanita Moore dies at 99. Oscar nominated Star in Imitation of Life 1959 version.

  • Selena Mosley

    Juanita Moore plays Annie Johnson, a hard-working and giant-hearted woman whose fierce devotion to her young daughter's happiness impels incredible self-sacrifice.

  • Karen Rollins

    Actresses, like Juanita Moore, who paved the way for today's black actresses. Juanita Moore as Annie Johnson in “Imitation of Life” (1959)

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