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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of A Very Honorable Guy

A Very Honorable Guy

Release Date: Wednesday, April 18 1934 (88 years ago)
Portrait of Joe E. BrownJoe E. Brown
'Feet' Samuels
Joe E. Brown was:
Portrait of Alice WhiteAlice White
Alice White was:
Portrait of Robert BarratRobert Barrat
Dr. Snitzer
Robert Barrat was:
Portrait of Alan DinehartAlan Dinehart
The Brain
Alan Dinehart was:
Portrait of Irene FranklinIrene Franklin
Irene Franklin was:
Portrait of Hobart CavanaughHobart Cavanaugh
Hobart Cavanaugh was:
Portrait of Arthur VintonArthur Vinton
Moon O'Hara
Arthur Vinton was:
Portrait of G. Pat CollinsG. Pat Collins
Red Hendrickson
G. Pat Collins was:
Portrait of Harold HuberHarold Huber
Joe Ponzetti
Harold Huber was:
Portrait of James DonlanJames Donlan
Mr. O'Toole
James Donlan was:
Portrait of Harry WarrenHarry Warren
Harry Warren was:
Portrait of Al DubinAl Dubin
Al Dubin was:
Portrait of Ernie AdamsErnie Adams
Ernie Adams was:
Portrait of Brooks BenedictBrooks Benedict
Donny Detroit
Brooks Benedict was:
Portrait of Wade BotelerWade Boteler
Wade Boteler was:
Portrait of Sidney BraceySidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey was:
Portrait of Matt BriggsMatt Briggs
Farmer Parkins
Matt Briggs was:
Portrait of Raymond BrownRaymond Brown
Raymond Brown was:
Portrait of James BurkeJames Burke
James Burke was:
Portrait of Jack CheathamJack Cheatham
Second Cop
Jack Cheatham was:
Portrait of Robert EllisRobert Ellis
Robert Ellis was:
Portrait of Aggie HerringAggie Herring
Mrs. Mullins
Aggie Herring was:
Portrait of Al HillAl Hill
Al Hill was:
Portrait of Harry HolmanHarry Holman
Fat Man
Harry Holman was:
Portrait of Paul HurstPaul Hurst
Paul Hurst was:
Portrait of Bud JamisonBud Jamison
Jerry the Waiter
Bud Jamison was:
Portrait of Eddie KaneEddie Kane
Mr. Mullins
Eddie Kane was:
Portrait of Tom McGuireTom McGuire
Race Caller
Tom McGuire was:
Portrait of Bob MontgomeryBob Montgomery
Ten Pass Charlie
Bob Montgomery was:
Portrait of Clarence MuseClarence Muse
Black Man
Clarence Muse was:
Portrait of Richard PowellRichard Powell
Richard Powell was:
Portrait of Harry SemelsHarry Semels
Harry Semels was:
Portrait of Harry SeymourHarry Seymour
Tweezer LaRue
Harry Seymour was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
First Cop
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Party Guest
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Maidel TurnerMaidel Turner
Mrs. Emerson
Maidel Turner was:
Portrait of Kathrin Clare WardKathrin Clare Ward
Irish Woman
Kathrin Clare Ward was:
Portrait of Billy WestBilly West
Billy West was:
Portrait of Charles WilliamsCharles Williams
Charles Williams was:
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