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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Quick Millions

Quick Millions

Release Date: 1931-04-17 (91 years ago)
Portrait of Spencer TracySpencer Tracy
Daniel J. 'Bugs' Raymond
Spencer Tracy was:
Portrait of Marguerite ChurchillMarguerite Churchill
Dorothy Stone
Marguerite Churchill was:
Portrait of Sally EilersSally Eilers
Daisy De Lisle
Sally Eilers was:
Portrait of Bob BurnsBob Burns
'Arkansas' Smith (as Robert Burns)
Bob Burns was:
Portrait of John WrayJohn Wray
Kenneth Stone
John Wray was:
Portrait of Warner RichmondWarner Richmond
'Nails' Markey
Warner Richmond was:
Portrait of George RaftGeorge Raft
Jimmy Kirk
George Raft was:
Portrait of John SworJohn Swor
Contractor
John Swor was:
Portrait of Leon AmesLeon Ames
Hood
Leon Ames was:
Portrait of Oscar ApfelOscar Apfel
Police Detective Capp (uncredited)
Oscar Apfel was:
Portrait of Edwin ArgusEdwin Argus
Testimonial Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Edwin Argus was:
Portrait of Ward BondWard Bond
Cop in montage (uncredited)
Ward Bond was:
Portrait of Dannie Mac GrantDannie Mac Grant
Newsboy (uncredited)
Dannie Mac Grant was:
Portrait of Eddie HartEddie Hart
Henchman (uncredited)
Eddie Hart was:
Portrait of Edgar KennedyEdgar Kennedy
Cop (uncredited)
Edgar Kennedy was:
Portrait of Henry KolkerHenry Kolker
District Attorney (uncredited)
Henry Kolker was:
Portrait of Dixie LeeDixie Lee
Stone's Secretary (uncredited)
Dixie Lee was:
Portrait of Tom LondonTom London
Atlas Newsreel Man (uncredited)
Tom London was:
Portrait of Louis MercierLouis Mercier
Chauffeur (uncredited)
Louis Mercier was:
Portrait of Paul PanzerPaul Panzer
Cleaning Shop Victim (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
Portrait of Bob PerryBob Perry
Bob, Racetrack Tout in Speakesy (uncredited)
Bob Perry was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Tom, Man in sound track (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Russ PowellRuss Powell
Testimonial Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Russ Powell was:
Portrait of Oscar SmithOscar Smith
Oscar, Bugs' Valet (uncredited)
Oscar Smith was:
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