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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Devil Is a Woman

The Devil Is a Woman

Release Date: Friday, May 3 1935 (87 years ago)
Portrait of Marlene DietrichMarlene Dietrich
Concha Perez
Marlene Dietrich was:
Portrait of Lionel AtwillLionel Atwill
Capt. Don Pasqual 'Pasqualito' Costelar
Lionel Atwill was:
Portrait of Edward Everett HortonEdward Everett Horton
Gov. Don Paquito 'Paquitito'
Edward Everett Horton was:
Portrait of Alison SkipworthAlison Skipworth
Senora Perez
Alison Skipworth was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Antonio Galvan
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Don AlvaradoDon Alvarado
Morenito
Don Alvarado was:
Portrait of Tempe PigottTempe Pigott
Tuerta (as Tempe Piggott)
Tempe Pigott was:
Portrait of Francisco MorenoFrancisco Moreno
Alphonso (as Paco Moreno)
Francisco Moreno was:
Portrait of Max BarwynMax Barwyn
Pablo (uncredited)
Max Barwyn was:
Portrait of John GeorgeJohn George
Street Beggar (uncredited)
John George was:
Portrait of Eumenio BlancoEumenio Blanco
Minor Role (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco was:
Portrait of Eddie BordenEddie Borden
Reveler with Balloon (uncredited)
Eddie Borden was:
Portrait of Jill DennettJill Dennett
Maria (uncredited)
Jill Dennett was:
Portrait of Luisa EspinelLuisa Espinel
Gypsy Dancer (uncredited)
Luisa Espinel was:
Portrait of Lawrence GrantLawrence Grant
Duel Conductor (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant was:
Portrait of Hank MannHank Mann
Foreman on Snowbound Train (uncredited)
Hank Mann was:
Portrait of Edwin MaxwellEdwin Maxwell
Tobacco Plant Manager (uncredited)
Edwin Maxwell was:
Portrait of Kewpie MorganKewpie Morgan
Coachman (uncredited)
Kewpie Morgan was:
Portrait of Stanley PriceStanley Price
Hospital Clerk (uncredited)
Stanley Price was:
Portrait of Donald ReedDonald Reed
'Cousin' Miguelito (uncredited)
Donald Reed was:
Portrait of Constantine RomanoffConstantine Romanoff
Man Blowing Smoke (uncredited)
Constantine Romanoff was:
Portrait of Henry RoquemoreHenry Roquemore
Duel Informant (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore was:
Portrait of Charles SellonCharles Sellon
Letter Writer (uncredited)
Charles Sellon was:
Portrait of Morgan WallaceMorgan Wallace
Dr. Mendez (uncredited)
Morgan Wallace was:
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