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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of A Dream Comes True

A Dream Comes True

Release Date: Tuesday, December 31 1936 (87 years ago)
Portrait of Addison RichardsAddison Richards
Narrator
Addison Richards was:
Portrait of Ross AlexanderRoss Alexander
Himself (uncredited)
Ross Alexander was:
Portrait of Binnie BarnesBinnie Barnes
Herself (uncredited)
Binnie Barnes was:
Portrait of Freddie BartholomewFreddie Bartholomew
Himself (uncredited)
Freddie Bartholomew was:
Portrait of George BrentGeorge Brent
Himself (uncredited)
George Brent was:
Portrait of Joe E. BrownJoe E. Brown
Himself (uncredited)
Joe E. Brown was:
Portrait of Virginia BruceVirginia Bruce
Herself (uncredited)
Virginia Bruce was:
Portrait of James CagneyJames Cagney
Himself (uncredited)
James Cagney was:
Portrait of Leo CarrilloLeo Carrillo
Himself (uncredited)
Leo Carrillo was:
Portrait of Hobart CavanaughHobart Cavanaugh
Himself (uncredited)
Hobart Cavanaugh was:
Portrait of Irvin S. CobbIrvin S. Cobb
Himself (uncredited)
Irvin S. Cobb was:
Portrait of Lili DamitaLili Damita
Herself (uncredited)
Lili Damita was:
Portrait of Marion DaviesMarion Davies
Herself (uncredited)
Marion Davies was:
Portrait of Bette DavisBette Davis
Herself (uncredited)
Bette Davis was:
Portrait of Olivia de HavillandOlivia de Havilland
Herself (uncredited)
Olivia de Havilland was:
Portrait of Dolores del RíoDolores del Río
Herself (uncredited)
Dolores del Río was:
Portrait of Louise FazendaLouise Fazenda
Herself (uncredited)
Louise Fazenda was:
Portrait of Errol FlynnErrol Flynn
Himself (uncredited)
Errol Flynn was:
Portrait of Hugh HerbertHugh Herbert
Himself (uncredited)
Hugh Herbert was:
Portrait of Ian HunterIan Hunter
Theseus (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ian Hunter was:
Portrait of Sybil JasonSybil Jason
Herself (uncredited)
Sybil Jason was:
Portrait of Victor JoryVictor Jory
Oberon (archive footage) (uncredited)
Victor Jory was:
Portrait of Erich Wolfgang KorngoldErich Wolfgang Korngold
Himself (uncredited)
Erich Wolfgang Korngold was:
Portrait of Margaret LindsayMargaret Lindsay
Herself (uncredited)
Margaret Lindsay was:
Portrait of Anita LouiseAnita Louise
Herself (uncredited)
Anita Louise was:
Portrait of Barton MacLaneBarton MacLane
Himself (uncredited)
Barton MacLane was:
Portrait of Frank McHughFrank McHugh
Himself (uncredited)
Frank McHugh was:
Portrait of Grant MitchellGrant Mitchell
Egeus (archive footage) (uncredited)
Grant Mitchell was:
Portrait of Grace MooreGrace Moore
Herself (uncredited)
Grace Moore was:
Portrait of Jean MuirJean Muir
Herself (uncredited)
Jean Muir was:
Portrait of Paul MuniPaul Muni
Himself (uncredited)
Paul Muni was:
Portrait of Pat O’BrienPat O’Brien
Himself (uncredited)
Pat O’Brien was:
Portrait of Gail PatrickGail Patrick
Herself (uncredited)
Gail Patrick was:
Portrait of Dick PowellDick Powell
Himself (uncredited)
Dick Powell was:
Portrait of Max ReinhardtMax Reinhardt
Himself (uncredited)
Max Reinhardt was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Himself (uncredited)
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Mickey RooneyMickey Rooney
Puck (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mickey Rooney was:
Portrait of Dorothy SpencerDorothy Spencer
Herself (uncredited)
Dorothy Spencer was:
Portrait of Paula StonePaula Stone
Herself (uncredited)
Paula Stone was:
Portrait of Gladys SwarthoutGladys Swarthout
Herself (uncredited)
Gladys Swarthout was:
Portrait of Lyle TalbotLyle Talbot
Himself (uncredited)
Lyle Talbot was:
Portrait of Eloise TaylorEloise Taylor
Herself (uncredited)
Eloise Taylor was:
Portrait of Verree TeasdaleVerree Teasdale
Hippolyta (archive footage) (uncredited)
Verree Teasdale was:
Portrait of Hal B. WallisHal B. Wallis
Himself (uncredited)
Hal B. Wallis was:
Portrait of Jack L. WarnerJack L. Warner
Himself (uncredited)
Jack L. Warner was:
Portrait of Warren WilliamWarren William
Self (uncredited)
Warren William was:
Portrait of Donald WoodsDonald Woods
Himself (uncredited)
Donald Woods was:
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