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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Tom Horn

Tom Horn

Release Date: Friday, March 28 1980 (42 years ago)
Portrait of Steve McQueenSteve McQueen
Tom Horn
Steve McQueen was:
Portrait of Linda EvansLinda Evans
Glendolene Kimmel
Linda Evans was:
Portrait of Richard FarnsworthRichard Farnsworth
John Coble
Richard Farnsworth was:
Portrait of Billy Green BushBilly Green Bush
Joe Belle
Billy Green Bush was:
Portrait of Slim PickensSlim Pickens
Sam Creedmore
Slim Pickens was:
Portrait of Peter CanonPeter Canon
Assistant Prosecutor
Peter Canon was:
Portrait of Elisha Cook Jr.Elisha Cook Jr.
Stable Hand
Elisha Cook Jr. was:
Portrait of Roy JensonRoy Jenson
Mendenhour
Roy Jenson was:
Portrait of James KlineJames Kline
Arlo Chance
James Kline was:
Portrait of Geoffrey LewisGeoffrey Lewis
Walter Stoll
Geoffrey Lewis was:
Portrait of Harry NorthupHarry Northup
Burke
Harry Northup was:
Portrait of Steve OliverSteve Oliver
"Gentleman" Jim Corbett
Steve Oliver was:
Portrait of Bill ThurmanBill Thurman
Ora Haley
Bill Thurman was:
Portrait of Bobby BassBobby Bass
Corbett's Bodyguard
Bobby Bass was:
Portrait of Mickey JonesMickey Jones
Brown's Hole Rustler
Mickey Jones was:
Portrait of B.J. WardB.J. Ward
Cattle Baron
B.J. Ward was:
Portrait of Richard BrewerRichard Brewer
Corbett's Bodyguard
Richard Brewer was:
Portrait of Mel NovakMel Novak
Corbett's Bodyguard
Mel Novak was:
Portrait of Tom TarpeyTom Tarpey
Corbett's Bodyguard
Tom Tarpey was:
Portrait of Bob WestBob West
Corbett's Bodyguard
Bob West was:
Portrait of Richard KennedyRichard Kennedy
John Cleveland
Richard Kennedy was:
Portrait of Larry StrawbridgeLarry Strawbridge
MacGregor
Larry Strawbridge was:
Portrait of Pat JohnsonPat Johnson
Ora Haley's Bodyguard
Pat Johnson was:
Portrait of Jim BurgdorfJim Burgdorf
Dart
Jim Burgdorf was:
Portrait of Jerry WillsJerry Wills
Rash
Jerry Wills was:
Portrait of Walter WyattWalter Wyatt
Isam
Walter Wyatt was:
Portrait of Bob OrrisonBob Orrison
Matt
Bob Orrison was:
Portrait of Fargo GrahamFargo Graham
Auctioneer
Fargo Graham was:
Portrait of Leo HohlerLeo Hohler
Auction Deputy
Leo Hohler was:
Portrait of Erik OwensErik Owens
Boy at Auction
Erik Owens was:
Portrait of Tom FergusonTom Ferguson
Brown's Hole Rustlers
Tom Ferguson was:
Portrait of Joe MassangaleJoe Massangale
Brown's Hole Rustlers
Joe Massangale was:
Portrait of Dave MoordigianDave Moordigian
Brown's Hole Rustlers
Dave Moordigian was:
Portrait of Michael E. PerryMichael E. Perry
Brown's Hole Rustlers
Michael E. Perry was:
Portrait of Jimmy H. BurkJimmy H. Burk
Slaughter House Man
Jimmy H. Burk was:
Portrait of Bill HartBill Hart
Slaughter House Man
Bill Hart was:
Portrait of Dan CorryDan Corry
Windmill Man
Dan Corry was:
Portrait of Jeffrey M. MeyerJeffrey M. Meyer
Gunfighter
Jeffrey M. Meyer was:
Portrait of Clarke ColemanClarke Coleman
Jimmy Nolt
Clarke Coleman was:
Portrait of Mike ChambersMike Chambers
Man in Feed Store
Mike Chambers was:
Portrait of Bob KernBob Kern
Man in Feed Store
Bob Kern was:
Portrait of W. H. ManoochW. H. Manooch
Man in Feed Store
W. H. Manooch was:
Portrait of Fred O'DellFred O'Dell
Man in Feed Store
Fred O'Dell was:
Portrait of Drummond BarclayDrummond Barclay
Charlie Ohnhouse
Drummond Barclay was:
Portrait of Chuck HaywardChuck Hayward
Deputy Proctor
Chuck Hayward was:
Portrait of Tom RunyonTom Runyon
Bartender
Tom Runyon was:
Portrait of John L. HallettJohn L. Hallett
Reporter
John L. Hallett was:
Portrait of Jerry L. JacksonJerry L. Jackson
Reporter
Jerry L. Jackson was:
Portrait of Larry HollisterLarry Hollister
Bailiff
Larry Hollister was:
Portrait of Victor SpeltaVictor Spelta
Man in Bar
Victor Spelta was:
Portrait of Jack WebsterJack Webster
Kid Deputy
Jack Webster was:
Portrait of Alan L. BrownAlan L. Brown
Guard
Alan L. Brown was:
Portrait of Robert ElliotRobert Elliot
Guard
Robert Elliot was:
Portrait of Gilbert B. CombsGilbert B. Combs
Horn's Capturer
Gilbert B. Combs was:
Portrait of Mike H. McGaughyMike H. McGaughy
Horn's Capturer
Mike H. McGaughy was:
Portrait of Rock A. WalterRock A. Walter
Horn's Capturer
Rock A. Walter was:
Portrait of J. P. S. BrownJ. P. S. Brown
Padre
J. P. S. Brown was:
Portrait of Lee BartonLee Barton
Cowboy
Lee Barton was:
Portrait of Roe HensonRoe Henson
Cowboy
Roe Henson was:
Portrait of Paul PinntPaul Pinnt
Cowboy
Paul Pinnt was:
Portrait of Jim MedearisJim Medearis
Trick Rider
Jim Medearis was:
Portrait of Chuck HensonChuck Henson
Steer Roping Sequence
Chuck Henson was:
Portrait of Claude HensonClaude Henson
Steer Roping Sequence
Claude Henson was:
Portrait of H.P. EvettsH.P. Evetts
Horse Breaking Sequence
H.P. Evetts was:
Portrait of Jeff RamseyJeff Ramsey
Horse Breaking Sequence
Jeff Ramsey was:
Portrait of Bud StoutBud Stout
Horse Breaking Sequence
Bud Stout was:
Portrait of Gary CombsGary Combs
Horse Breaking Sequence
Gary Combs was:
Portrait of Walter ScottWalter Scott
Horn's Capturer
Walter Scott was:
Portrait of Bert WilliamsBert Williams
Judge
Bert Williams was:
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