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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Dames


Release Date: Saturday, September 1 1934 (88 years ago)
Portrait of Joan BlondellJoan Blondell
Mabel Anderson
Joan Blondell was:
Portrait of Dick PowellDick Powell
Jimmy Higgens
Dick Powell was:
Portrait of Ruby KeelerRuby Keeler
Barbara Hemingway
Ruby Keeler was:
Portrait of Zasu PittsZasu Pitts
Matilda Hemingway
Zasu Pitts was:
Portrait of Guy KibbeeGuy Kibbee
Horace Hemingway
Guy Kibbee was:
Portrait of Hugh HerbertHugh Herbert
Ezra Ounce
Hugh Herbert was:
Portrait of Arthur VintonArthur Vinton
Arthur Vinton was:
Portrait of Phil ReganPhil Regan
Johnny Harris
Phil Regan was:
Portrait of Arthur AylesworthArthur Aylesworth
Train Conductor
Arthur Aylesworth was:
Portrait of Johnny ArthurJohnny Arthur
Johnny Arthur was:
Portrait of Leila BennettLeila Bennett
Leila Bennett was:
Portrait of Berton ChurchillBerton Churchill
Harold Ellsworthy Todd
Berton Churchill was:
Portrait of Virginia GreyVirginia Grey
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Virginia Grey was:
Portrait of Loretta AndrewsLoretta Andrews
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Loretta Andrews was:
Portrait of Monica BannisterMonica Bannister
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Monica Bannister was:
Portrait of Eleanor BayleyEleanor Bayley
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Eleanor Bayley was:
Portrait of De Don BlunierDe Don Blunier
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
De Don Blunier was:
Portrait of Diane BorgetDiane Borget
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Diane Borget was:
Portrait of Margaret CarthewMargaret Carthew
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Margaret Carthew was:
Portrait of Dolores CaseyDolores Casey
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Dolores Casey was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
Guard (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Frank DarienFrank Darien
Druggist #1 (uncredited)
Frank Darien was:
Portrait of Lester DorrLester Dorr
Elevator Starter (uncredited)
Lester Dorr was:
Portrait of Sammy FainSammy Fain
Buttercup Balmer (uncredited)
Sammy Fain was:
Portrait of Dick FrenchDick French
Man On Ferry (uncredited)
Dick French was:
Portrait of Sam GodfreySam Godfrey
Ounce's Receptionist #1 (uncredited)
Sam Godfrey was:
Portrait of Harrison GreeneHarrison Greene
Henchman in Audience (uncredited)
Harrison Greene was:
Portrait of Harry HolmanHarry Holman
Druggist #3 (uncredited)
Harry Holman was:
Portrait of Russell HuestisRussell Huestis
Ounce's Security Guard (uncredited)
Russell Huestis was:
Portrait of Eddie KaneEddie Kane
Harry (uncredited)
Eddie Kane was:
Portrait of Robert Emmett KeaneRobert Emmett Keane
Man On Train (uncredited)
Robert Emmett Keane was:
Portrait of Milton KibbeeMilton Kibbee
Reporter (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Portrait of Paul KrugerPaul Kruger
Elevator Operator (uncredited)
Paul Kruger was:
Portrait of Larry McGrathLarry McGrath
Sergeant at Jail (uncredited)
Larry McGrath was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Ounce's Receptionist #2 (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Henry RoquemoreHenry Roquemore
Board Member in Show (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Stagehand (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
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