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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of That Little Band Of Gold

That Little Band Of Gold

Release Date: 1915-03-14 (107 years ago)
Portrait of Roscoe 'Fatty' ArbuckleRoscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Fatty - the Husband
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle was:
Portrait of Mabel NormandMabel Normand
Mabel - the Wife
Mabel Normand was:
Portrait of Ford SterlingFord Sterling
Gassy Gotrox - Tattletale
Ford Sterling was:
Portrait of Alice DavenportAlice Davenport
Mabel's Mother
Alice Davenport was:
Portrait of Phyllis AllenPhyllis Allen
Audience Member (uncredited)
Phyllis Allen was:
Portrait of Charles ArlingCharles Arling
Maitre D' (uncredited)
Charles Arling was:
Portrait of Edward BibyEdward Biby
Diner / Audience Member (uncredited)
Edward Biby was:
Portrait of Ollie CarlyleOllie Carlyle
Maid (uncredited)
Ollie Carlyle was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Judge (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Charley ChaseCharley Chase
Ticket Box Man / Man in Front Row (uncredited)
Charley Chase was:
Portrait of Edward F. ClineEdward F. Cline
Audience Member (uncredited)
Edward F. Cline was:
Portrait of Bobby DunnBobby Dunn
Audience Member (uncredited)
Bobby Dunn was:
Portrait of Minta DurfeeMinta Durfee
Woman in Front Row (uncredited)
Minta Durfee was:
Portrait of Ted EdwardsTed Edwards
Marriage Ceremony Attendee (uncredited)
Ted Edwards was:
Portrait of Vivian EdwardsVivian Edwards
Dining Customer (uncredited)
Vivian Edwards was:
Portrait of May EmoryMay Emory
Maud Brightlights (uncredited)
May Emory was:
Portrait of William HauberWilliam Hauber
Attendant Inside Coat Check (uncredited)
William Hauber was:
Portrait of Frank HayesFrank Hayes
Butler (uncredited)
Frank Hayes was:
Portrait of Fred HibbardFred Hibbard
Audience Member (uncredited)
Fred Hibbard was:
Portrait of Edgar KennedyEdgar Kennedy
Diner / Man in Audience (uncredited)
Edgar Kennedy was:
Portrait of Charles LakinCharles Lakin
Page Boy (uncredited)
Charles Lakin was:
Portrait of Grover LigonGrover Ligon
Attendant Outside Coat Check (uncredited)
Grover Ligon was:
Portrait of Harry McCoyHarry McCoy
Man in Front Row (uncredited)
Harry McCoy was:
Portrait of Al St. JohnAl St. John
Waiter (uncredited)
Al St. John was:
Portrait of Slim SummervilleSlim Summerville
Waiter / Audience Member (uncredited)
Slim Summerville was:
Portrait of Mack SwainMack Swain
Audience Member (uncredited)
Mack Swain was:
Portrait of Billie WalshBillie Walsh
Man in Front Row (uncredited)
Billie Walsh was:
Portrait of Billy GilbertBilly Gilbert
Audience Member
Billy Gilbert was:
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