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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Flame of Barbary Coast

Flame of Barbary Coast

Release Date: Monday, May 28 1945 (77 years ago)
Portrait of John WayneJohn Wayne
Duke Fergus
John Wayne was:
Portrait of Ann DvorakAnn Dvorak
Ann 'Flaxen' Tarry
Ann Dvorak was:
Portrait of Joseph SchildkrautJoseph Schildkraut
Boss Tito Morell
Joseph Schildkraut was:
Portrait of William FrawleyWilliam Frawley
Wolf Wylie
William Frawley was:
Portrait of Virginia GreyVirginia Grey
Rita Dane
Virginia Grey was:
Portrait of Russell HicksRussell Hicks
Cyrus Danver, Owner San Francisco Star
Russell Hicks was:
Portrait of Jack NortonJack Norton
Byline Conners, Reporter San Francisco Star
Jack Norton was:
Portrait of Paul FixPaul Fix
Calico Jim
Paul Fix was:
Portrait of Manart KippenManart Kippen
Dr. Gorman
Manart Kippen was:
Portrait of Eve LynneEve Lynne
Martha, Morell's Secretary
Eve Lynne was:
Portrait of Marc LawrenceMarc Lawrence
Joe Disko, Gambler
Marc Lawrence was:
Portrait of Butterfly McQueenButterfly McQueen
Beulah, Flaxen's Maid
Butterfly McQueen was:
Portrait of Rex LeaseRex Lease
Collingswood
Rex Lease was:
Portrait of Hank BellHank Bell
Hank
Hank Bell was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Horseshoe Brown
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of Eddie AcuffEddie Acuff
Smokey, the Train Engineer (uncredited)
Eddie Acuff was:
Portrait of Gino CorradoGino Corrado
Waiter (uncredited)
Gino Corrado was:
Portrait of Kenne DuncanKenne Duncan
Gambler (uncredited)
Kenne Duncan was:
Portrait of Bud GearyBud Geary
Henchman (uncredited)
Bud Geary was:
Portrait of Frank HagneyFrank Hagney
Morell Henchman (uncredited)
Frank Hagney was:
Portrait of William Hoehne Jr.William Hoehne Jr.
Blond haired boy delivering beer (uncredited)
William Hoehne Jr. was:
Portrait of Adele MaraAdele Mara
Marie (uncredited)
Adele Mara was:
Portrait of Jack MulhallJack Mulhall
Gambler (uncredited)
Jack Mulhall was:
Portrait of Doc AdamsDoc Adams
Barfly
Doc Adams was:
Portrait of Melva AnsteadMelva Anstead
Dancehall Girl
Melva Anstead was:
Portrait of Walter BaconWalter Bacon
Barfly
Walter Bacon was:
Portrait of Frank BalderramaFrank Balderrama
Barfly
Frank Balderrama was:
Portrait of John BartonJohn Barton
Barfly
John Barton was:
Portrait of Edward BibyEdward Biby
Bill McGale
Edward Biby was:
Portrait of George BoyceGeorge Boyce
Specialty Dancer
George Boyce was:
Portrait of Chet BrandenburgChet Brandenburg
Townsman
Chet Brandenburg was:
Portrait of Roy ButlerRoy Butler
Telephone Man
Roy Butler was:
Portrait of James CarlisleJames Carlisle
Barfly
James Carlisle was:
Portrait of Dorothy ChristyDorothy Christy
Mother Bronson
Dorothy Christy was:
Portrait of Edmund CobbEdmund Cobb
Townsman
Edmund Cobb was:
Portrait of Russell CusterRussell Custer
Barfly
Russell Custer was:
Portrait of Jack GarganJack Gargan
Bartender
Jack Gargan was:
Portrait of William HalliganWilliam Halligan
Tom Buckman
William Halligan was:
Portrait of Stuart HamblenStuart Hamblen
Jud McCone
Stuart Hamblen was:
Portrait of Chuck HamiltonChuck Hamilton
Barfly
Chuck Hamilton was:
Portrait of Mahlon HamiltonMahlon Hamilton
Mr. Santer
Mahlon Hamilton was:
Portrait of Frank JaquetFrank Jaquet
Prominent Citizen
Frank Jaquet was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Whit Calverty
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Patricia KnoxPatricia Knox
Dancehall Girl
Patricia Knox was:
Portrait of Tom LondonTom London
Thompson, Townsman in Mob
Tom London was:
Portrait of Charles MarshCharles Marsh
Speaker
Charles Marsh was:
Portrait of Frankie MarvinFrankie Marvin
Cowboy
Frankie Marvin was:
Portrait of Frank McCarrollFrank McCarroll
Attendant
Frank McCarroll was:
Portrait of Philo McCulloughPhilo McCullough
Gambler
Philo McCullough was:
Portrait of Pat McKeePat McKee
Barfly
Pat McKee was:
Portrait of William J. O'BrienWilliam J. O'Brien
Waiter
William J. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Jack O'SheaJack O'Shea
Barnes, the Dice Table Croupier
Jack O'Shea was:
Portrait of Bud OsborneBud Osborne
Bartender
Bud Osborne was:
Portrait of Eddie ParkerEddie Parker
Pedestrian
Eddie Parker was:
Portrait of Victor PotelVictor Potel
Train Fireman
Victor Potel was:
Portrait of Bobbie PriestBobbie Priest
Dancehall Girl
Bobbie Priest was:
Portrait of Hugh ProsserHugh Prosser
Fred Mallen
Hugh Prosser was:
Portrait of Beverly ReedyBeverly Reedy
Dancehall Girl
Beverly Reedy was:
Portrait of Joe RicksonJoe Rickson
Dealer
Joe Rickson was:
Portrait of Arlyn RobertsArlyn Roberts
Dancehall Girl
Arlyn Roberts was:
Portrait of Hector V. SarnoHector V. Sarno
Spectator at Dice Table
Hector V. Sarno was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Casey
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Gambler
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Calico Jim's Bartender
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Emmett VoganEmmett Vogan
Gleason, Rita's Agent
Emmett Vogan was:
Portrait of Larry WheatLarry Wheat
Barfly
Larry Wheat was:
Portrait of Bill WolfeBill Wolfe
Barfly in White Suit
Bill Wolfe was:
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