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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of You Gotta Stay Happy

You Gotta Stay Happy

Release Date: Thursday, October 28 1948 (73 years ago)
Portrait of Joan FontaineJoan Fontaine
Dee Dee Dillwood
Joan Fontaine was:
Portrait of James StewartJames Stewart
Marvin Payne
James Stewart was:
Portrait of Eddie AlbertEddie Albert
Bullets Baker
Eddie Albert was:
Portrait of Roland YoungRoland Young
Ralph Tutwiler
Roland Young was:
Portrait of Willard ParkerWillard Parker
Henry Benson
Willard Parker was:
Portrait of Percy KilbridePercy Kilbride
Mr. Racknell
Percy Kilbride was:
Portrait of Porter HallPorter Hall
Mr. Caslon
Porter Hall was:
Portrait of Marcy McGuireMarcy McGuire
Georgia Goodrich
Marcy McGuire was:
Portrait of Arthur WalshArthur Walsh
Milton Goodrich
Arthur Walsh was:
Portrait of William BakewellWilliam Bakewell
Dick Hebert
William Bakewell was:
Portrait of Paul CavanaghPaul Cavanagh
Dr. Blucher
Paul Cavanagh was:
Portrait of Halliwell HobbesHalliwell Hobbes
Martin
Halliwell Hobbes was:
Portrait of Fritz FeldFritz Feld
Pierre
Fritz Feld was:
Portrait of Stanley PragerStanley Prager
Jack Samuels
Stanley Prager was:
Portrait of Mary ForbesMary Forbes
Aunt Martha
Mary Forbes was:
Portrait of Edith EvansonEdith Evanson
Mrs. Racknell
Edith Evanson was:
Portrait of Peter RomanPeter Roman
Barnabas
Peter Roman was:
Portrait of Houseley StevensonHouseley Stevenson
Jud Tavis
Houseley Stevenson was:
Portrait of Don KohlerDon Kohler
Ted
Don Kohler was:
Portrait of Bert ConwayBert Conway
Neil
Bert Conway was:
Portrait of Vera MarsheVera Marshe
Mae
Vera Marshe was:
Portrait of Jimmie DoddJimmie Dodd
Curly
Jimmie Dodd was:
Portrait of Robert RockwellRobert Rockwell
Eddie
Robert Rockwell was:
Portrait of Emory ParnellEmory Parnell
Bank Watchman
Emory Parnell was:
Portrait of Frank JenksFrank Jenks
Carnival Man
Frank Jenks was:
Portrait of Arthur HohlArthur Hohl
Cemetery Man
Arthur Hohl was:
Portrait of Hal K. DawsonHal K. Dawson
Night Clerk
Hal K. Dawson was:
Portrait of Eddie EhrhartEddie Ehrhart
Thaddeus (Uncredited)
Eddie Ehrhart was:
Portrait of Harland TuckerHarland Tucker
Mr. Thrush (Uncredited)
Harland Tucker was:
Portrait of Bill ClausonBill Clauson
Simon (Uncredited)
Bill Clauson was:
Portrait of Donald DewarDonald Dewar
Boy (Uncredited)
Donald Dewar was:
Portrait of Edward GarganEdward Gargan
Detective (Uncredited)
Edward Gargan was:
Portrait of Tiny JonesTiny Jones
Pedestrian (Uncredited)
Tiny Jones was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Mechanic (Uncredited)
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Waiter (Uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of David SharpeDavid Sharpe
Motorcyclist (Uncredited)
David Sharpe was:
Portrait of Don SheltonDon Shelton
Minister (Uncredited)
Don Shelton was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Bank Customer (Uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Frank DarienFrank Darien
Old Man (Uncredited)
Frank Darien was:
Portrait of George M. CarletonGeorge M. Carleton
Portly Man (Uncredited)
George M. Carleton was:
Portrait of Chief YowlachieChief Yowlachie
Native American Man (Uncredited)
Chief Yowlachie was:
Portrait of Joe Cook Jr.Joe Cook Jr.
Bellhop (Uncredited)
Joe Cook Jr. was:
Portrait of Don GarnerDon Garner
Bellhop (Uncredited)
Don Garner was:
Portrait of Myron HealeyMyron Healey
Day Clerk (Uncredited)
Myron Healey was:
Portrait of Frank WhiteFrank White
Elevator Operator (Uncredited)
Frank White was:
Portrait of Hal MeloneHal Melone
Elevator Operator (Uncredited)
Hal Melone was:
Portrait of Isabel WithersIsabel Withers
Maid (Uncredited)
Isabel Withers was:
Portrait of Beatrice RobertsBeatrice Roberts
Maid (Uncredited)
Beatrice Roberts was:
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