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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Angels One Five

Angels One Five

Release Date: 1952-03-19 (70 years ago)
Portrait of Jack HawkinsJack Hawkins
Group Captain 'Tiger' Small
Jack Hawkins was:
Portrait of Michael DenisonMichael Denison
Squadron Leader Peter Moon
Michael Denison was:
Portrait of John GregsonJohn Gregson
Pilot Officer T.B. 'Septic' Baird
John Gregson was:
Portrait of Cyril RaymondCyril Raymond
Squadron Leader Barry Clinton
Cyril Raymond was:
Portrait of Veronica HurstVeronica Hurst
Betty Carfax
Veronica Hurst was:
Portrait of Harold GoodwinHarold Goodwin
A.C. 2 Wailes
Harold Goodwin was:
Portrait of Geoffrey KeenGeoffrey Keen
Company Sergeant Major
Geoffrey Keen was:
Portrait of Philip StaintonPhilip Stainton
Police Constable
Philip Stainton was:
Portrait of Vida HopeVida Hope
W.A.A.F.
Vida Hope was:
Portrait of Amy VenessAmy Veness
Aunt Tabitha
Amy Veness was:
Portrait of Ronald AdamRonald Adam
Group Controller
Ronald Adam was:
Portrait of Humphrey LestocqHumphrey Lestocq
Flight Lieutenant 'Batchy' Salter
Humphrey Lestocq was:
Portrait of Andrew OsbornAndrew Osborn
Squadron Leader Bill Ponsford
Andrew Osborn was:
Portrait of Dulcie GrayDulcie Gray
Nadine Clinton
Dulcie Gray was:
Portrait of Harry LockeHarry Locke
Look Out
Harry Locke was:
Portrait of Norman PierceNorman Pierce
'Bonzo'
Norman Pierce was:
Portrait of Peter JonesPeter Jones
Sentry
Peter Jones was:
Portrait of Russell HunterRussell Hunter
Pimpernel Pilot
Russell Hunter was:
Portrait of Victor MaddernVictor Maddern
Airman
Victor Maddern was:
Portrait of Harry FowlerHarry Fowler
Airman
Harry Fowler was:
Portrait of Sam KyddSam Kydd
Mess Waiter
Sam Kydd was:
Portrait of Marianne StoneMarianne Stone
W.A.A.F
Marianne Stone was:
Portrait of John BarryJohn Barry
Jacko, Pimpernel Pilot
John Barry was:
Portrait of Richard DunnRichard Dunn
Pimpernel Pilot
Richard Dunn was:
Portrait of Elwyn DanielElwyn Daniel
Pimpernel Pilot
Elwyn Daniel was:
Portrait of Douglas HurnDouglas Hurn
P.O. Tony Raines, Pimpernel Pilot
Douglas Hurn was:
Portrait of Richard LevinRichard Levin
Pimpernel Pilot
Richard Levin was:
Portrait of Terence LongdonTerence Longdon
Falk, Pimpernel Pilot
Terence Longdon was:
Portrait of Donald McLiskyDonald McLisky
Pimpernel Pilot
Donald McLisky was:
Portrait of Bryn RobertsBryn Roberts
Pimpernel Pilot
Bryn Roberts was:
Portrait of Harold SiddonsHarold Siddons
Mortimer, Pimpernel Pilot
Harold Siddons was:
Portrait of Anthony MooreAnthony Moore
Squadron Leader Marlow
Anthony Moore was:
Portrait of Gordon BellGordon Bell
Ops. B.
Gordon Bell was:
Portrait of W. Thorp DeverreuxW. Thorp Deverreux
Sergeant
W. Thorp Deverreux was:
Portrait of Neil WilsonNeil Wilson
Army Liaison Officer
Neil Wilson was:
Portrait of Rosemary LomaxRosemary Lomax
Ops. A.
Rosemary Lomax was:
Portrait of Vida HopeVida Hope
W.A.A.F
Vida Hope was:
Portrait of Marianne StoneMarianne Stone
W.A.A.F.
Marianne Stone was:
Portrait of Josephine DouglasJosephine Douglas
W.A.A.F.
Josephine Douglas was:
Portrait of Gillian MaudeGillian Maude
W.A.A.F.
Gillian Maude was:
Portrait of Freda BamfordFreda Bamford
W.A.A.F.
Freda Bamford was:
Portrait of Vari FalconerVari Falconer
W.A.A.F.
Vari Falconer was:
Portrait of Karen GraysonKaren Grayson
W.A.A.F.
Karen Grayson was:
Portrait of Ann LancasterAnn Lancaster
W.A.A.F.
Ann Lancaster was:
Portrait of Joan Sterndale-BennettJoan Sterndale-Bennett
W.A.A.F.
Joan Sterndale-Bennett was:
Portrait of Helen StirlingHelen Stirling
W.A.A.F.
Helen Stirling was:
Portrait of Wendy RemingtonWendy Remington
W.A.A.F.
Wendy Remington was:
Portrait of Colin TapleyColin Tapley
Adjutant
Colin Tapley was:
Portrait of John SharpJohn Sharp
'Soss'
John Sharp was:
Portrait of Ewan RobertsEwan Roberts
Medical Officer
Ewan Roberts was:
Portrait of Hugh MoxeyHugh Moxey
Intelligence Officer
Hugh Moxey was:
Portrait of John PhillipsJohn Phillips
Engineer Officer
John Phillips was:
Portrait of John HarveyJohn Harvey
Station Warrant Officer
John Harvey was:
Portrait of Russell WatersRussell Waters
Airman
Russell Waters was:
Portrait of Warwick AshtonWarwick Ashton
Airman in Ops Room (Uncredited)
Warwick Ashton was:
Portrait of Jack DearloveJack Dearlove
Flight Controller (Uncredited)
Jack Dearlove was:
Portrait of Otto FrieseOtto Friese
Mess Waiter (Uncredited)
Otto Friese was:
Portrait of Victor HarringtonVictor Harrington
Airman in Officers Club (Uncredited)
Victor Harrington was:
Portrait of Joan HicksonJoan Hickson
Housekeeper (Uncredited)
Joan Hickson was:
Portrait of Joe PhelpsJoe Phelps
Casey (Uncredited)
Joe Phelps was:
Portrait of Ambrosine PhillpottsAmbrosine Phillpotts
Mrs. Falk (Uncredited)
Ambrosine Phillpotts was:
Portrait of Harold SandersonHarold Sanderson
Guard with Wailes (Uncredited)
Harold Sanderson was:
Portrait of John WilderJohn Wilder
Airman (Uncredited)
John Wilder was:
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