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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Daring Young Man

The Daring Young Man

Release Date: Wednesday, July 17 1935 (87 years ago)
Portrait of James DunnJames Dunn
Don McLane
James Dunn was:
Portrait of Mae ClarkeMae Clarke
Martha Allen
Mae Clarke was:
Portrait of Neil HamiltonNeil Hamilton
Gerald Raeburn
Neil Hamilton was:
Portrait of Sidney TolerSidney Toler
Warden Palmer
Sidney Toler was:
Portrait of Warren HymerWarren Hymer
Pete Hogan
Warren Hymer was:
Portrait of Stanley FieldsStanley Fields
Rafferty
Stanley Fields was:
Portrait of Madge BellamyMadge Bellamy
Sally
Madge Bellamy was:
Portrait of Frank MeltonFrank Melton
Cub Reporter
Frank Melton was:
Portrait of Raymond HattonRaymond Hatton
Flaherty
Raymond Hatton was:
Portrait of Jack La RueJack La Rue
Cubby
Jack La Rue was:
Portrait of Arthur TreacherArthur Treacher
Col. Baggott
Arthur Treacher was:
Portrait of Dorothy ChristyDorothy Christy
Helen Kay
Dorothy Christy was:
Portrait of Robert GlecklerRobert Gleckler
Editor Hooley
Robert Gleckler was:
Portrait of William PawleyWilliam Pawley
Muggs
William Pawley was:
Portrait of Phil TeadPhil Tead
Cripps - Star Reporter
Phil Tead was:
Portrait of Lynn BariLynn Bari
Bridesmaid
Lynn Bari was:
Portrait of Maurice BlackMaurice Black
Florist
Maurice Black was:
Portrait of Stanley BlystoneStanley Blystone
Guard
Stanley Blystone was:
Portrait of James P. BurtisJames P. Burtis
Convict
James P. Burtis was:
Portrait of Ray CookeRay Cooke
Taxicab Driver
Ray Cooke was:
Portrait of Frank Hall CraneFrank Hall Crane
Clerk
Frank Hall Crane was:
Portrait of James DimeJames Dime
Convict
James Dime was:
Portrait of James DonlanJames Donlan
Captain of the Prison Guard
James Donlan was:
Portrait of James FlavinJames Flavin
Informant on Telephone
James Flavin was:
Portrait of Kit GuardKit Guard
Prisoner
Kit Guard was:
Portrait of George GuhlGeorge Guhl
Detective
George Guhl was:
Portrait of Frank HagneyFrank Hagney
Convict
Frank Hagney was:
Portrait of Jack HatfieldJack Hatfield
News Photographer
Jack Hatfield was:
Portrait of Dell HendersonDell Henderson
Mayor
Dell Henderson was:
Portrait of Arthur Stuart HullArthur Stuart Hull
Radio Station Owner
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
Portrait of Harry HumeHarry Hume
Detective
Harry Hume was:
Portrait of Paul HurstPaul Hurst
Prison Guard
Paul Hurst was:
Portrait of DeWitt JenningsDeWitt Jennings
Mayor's Committee Official
DeWitt Jennings was:
Portrait of Patsy LeePatsy Lee
Blonde
Patsy Lee was:
Portrait of Joe LefertJoe Lefert
Convict
Joe Lefert was:
Portrait of Vera LewisVera Lewis
Secretary to the Duchess
Vera Lewis was:
Portrait of Ivan LinowIvan Linow
Prisoner
Ivan Linow was:
Portrait of Jack LowJack Low
Prison Guard
Jack Low was:
Portrait of John MarshallJohn Marshall
Minor Role
John Marshall was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
Detective
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Paul McVeyPaul McVey
Fire Chief
Paul McVey was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Taxicab Driver
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Nick - Ship Purser
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Louis NatheauxLouis Natheaux
Headwaiter
Louis Natheaux was:
Portrait of Dennis O'KeefeDennis O'Keefe
Wedding Participant
Dennis O'Keefe was:
Portrait of Jack PerryJack Perry
Convict (uncredited)
Jack Perry was:
Portrait of Earl PingreeEarl Pingree
Policeman
Earl Pingree was:
Portrait of Jack RichardsonJack Richardson
Detective
Jack Richardson was:
Portrait of William RuhlWilliam Ruhl
Coroner
William Ruhl was:
Portrait of Fred SantleyFred Santley
Reporter
Fred Santley was:
Portrait of Robert SeiterRobert Seiter
Convict
Robert Seiter was:
Portrait of Harry SeymourHarry Seymour
Archie Archer
Harry Seymour was:
Portrait of Edwin StanleyEdwin Stanley
Assistant Editor
Edwin Stanley was:
Portrait of Dick StewartDick Stewart
Convict
Dick Stewart was:
Portrait of Harry StrangHarry Strang
Convict
Harry Strang was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Convict
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Eddie TamblynEddie Tamblyn
Office Boy
Eddie Tamblyn was:
Portrait of Harry TenbrookHarry Tenbrook
Convict
Harry Tenbrook was:
Portrait of Jim ThorpeJim Thorpe
Convict
Jim Thorpe was:
Portrait of Anders Van HadenAnders Van Haden
Druggist
Anders Van Haden was:
Portrait of Monte VandergriftMonte Vandergrift
Minor Role
Monte Vandergrift was:
Portrait of Arthur VintonArthur Vinton
Editor Manning
Arthur Vinton was:
Portrait of Max WagnerMax Wagner
Reporter
Max Wagner was:
Portrait of Andy WhiteAndy White
News Photographer
Andy White was:
Portrait of Blackie WhitefordBlackie Whiteford
Convict
Blackie Whiteford was:
Portrait of Leo WillisLeo Willis
Guard
Leo Willis was:
Portrait of SkippySkippy
Skippy
Skippy was:
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