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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Cisco Kid and the Lady

The Cisco Kid and the Lady

Release Date: Friday, December 29 1939 (83 years ago)
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Cisco Kid
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Marjorie WeaverMarjorie Weaver
Julie Lawson
Marjorie Weaver was:
Portrait of Chris-Pin MartinChris-Pin Martin
Chris-Pin Martin was:
Portrait of George MontgomeryGeorge Montgomery
Tommy Bates
George Montgomery was:
Portrait of Robert BarratRobert Barrat
Jim Harbison
Robert Barrat was:
Portrait of Virginia FieldVirginia Field
Billie Graham
Virginia Field was:
Portrait of Harry GreenHarry Green
Harry Green was:
Portrait of Gloria Ann WhiteGloria Ann White
Gloria Ann White was:
Portrait of John BeachJohn Beach
John Beach was:
Portrait of Ward BondWard Bond
Ward Bond was:
Portrait of J. Anthony HughesJ. Anthony Hughes
J. Anthony Hughes was:
Portrait of James BurkeJames Burke
Pop Saunders
James Burke was:
Portrait of Harry HaydenHarry Hayden
Harry Hayden was:
Portrait of James FlavinJames Flavin
James Flavin was:
Portrait of Ruth WarrenRuth Warren
Ma Saunders
Ruth Warren was:
Portrait of Gladys BlakeGladys Blake
Saloon Girl
Gladys Blake was:
Portrait of Virginia BrissacVirginia Brissac
Virginia Brissac was:
Portrait of Paul E. BurnsPaul E. Burns
Paul E. Burns was:
Portrait of Victor CoxVictor Cox
Victor Cox was:
Portrait of Lester DorrLester Dorr
Army Telegraph Operator
Lester Dorr was:
Portrait of Eddie DunnEddie Dunn
Eddie Dunn was:
Portrait of Harold GoodwinHarold Goodwin
Harold Goodwin was:
Portrait of Al HaskellAl Haskell
Harbison Henchman
Al Haskell was:
Portrait of Jim MasonJim Mason
Jim Mason was:
Portrait of Ivan MillerIvan Miller
Major - Post Commander
Ivan Miller was:
Portrait of Adrian MorrisAdrian Morris
Saloon Brawler
Adrian Morris was:
Portrait of Artie OrtegoArtie Ortego
Harbison Henchman
Artie Ortego was:
Portrait of Arthur Rankin, Jr.Arthur Rankin, Jr.
Second Telegraph Operator
Arthur Rankin, Jr. was:
Portrait of Tom SmithTom Smith
Man Watching Dance (uncredited)
Tom Smith was:
Portrait of Harry StrangHarry Strang
First Telegraph Operator
Harry Strang was:
Portrait of Amzie StricklandAmzie Strickland
Saloon Girl
Amzie Strickland was:
Portrait of Paul SuttonPaul Sutton
Paul Sutton was:
Portrait of Eddy WallerEddy Waller
Second Stage Driver
Eddy Waller was:
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