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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Let Us Live

Let Us Live

Release Date: 1939-03-29 (82 years ago)
Maureen O'Sullivan
Mary Roberts
Maureen O'Sullivan was:
Henry Fonda
Brick Tennant
Henry Fonda was:
Ralph Bellamy
Lieutenant Everett
Ralph Bellamy was:
Alan Baxter
Joe Linden
Alan Baxter was:
Stanley Ridges
District Attorney
Stanley Ridges was:
Henry Kolker
Chief of Police
Henry Kolker was:
George Lynn
Joe Taylor
George Lynn was:
George Douglas
Ed Walsh
George Douglas was:
Phillip Trent
Frank Burke
Phillip Trent was:
Martin Spellman
Jimmy Dugan
Martin Spellman was:
Ralph Remley
Bill Henderson (uncredited)
Ralph Remley was:
Arthur Stuart Hull
Crandall (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
John Qualen
Dan (uncredited)
John Qualen was:
William V. Mong
Joe Taylor Sr. (uncredited)
William V. Mong was:
Herbert Ashley
Sam (uncredited)
Herbert Ashley was:
Wright Kramer
Appeals Judge (uncredited)
Wright Kramer was:
Charles Lane
Auto Show Salesman (uncredited)
Charles Lane was:
Harry Bernard
Auto Show Watchman (uncredited)
Harry Bernard was:
Chuck Hamilton
Bailiff (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton was:
Tom Mahoney
Bailiff (uncredited)
Tom Mahoney was:
Edward Peil Sr.
Bank Cashier (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr. was:
Emmett Vogan
Bank Cashier (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Billy Lee
Boy in Window (uncredited)
Billy Lee was:
Frank Yaconelli
Norman Cameron (uncredited)
Frank Yaconelli was:
Marshall Ruth
Peter Roxbury (uncredited)
Marshall Ruth was:
Sammy Blum
Chef (uncredited)
Sammy Blum was:
Bruce Mitchell
Cop (uncredited)
Bruce Mitchell was:
Dick Rush
Cop (uncredited)
Dick Rush was:
Eric Alden
Cop (uncredited)
Eric Alden was:
Lee Phelps
Cop (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Lee Prather
Cop (uncredited)
Lee Prather was:
Mike Donovan
Cop (uncredited)
Mike Donovan was:
Robert Walker
Cop (uncredited)
Robert Walker was:
Bud Geary
Cop at Line-up (uncredited)
Bud Geary was:
Robert Homans
Unlucky Cop (uncredited)
Robert Homans was:
Al Ferguson
Death Row Guard (uncredited)
Al Ferguson was:
Charles McAvoy
Death Row Guard (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy was:
Dick Curtis
Death Row Inmate (uncredited)
Dick Curtis was:
Forrester Harvey
Death Row Inmate (uncredited)
Forrester Harvey was:
George Taylor
Death Row Inmate (uncredited)
George Taylor was:
Kit Guard
Death Row Inmate (uncredited)
Kit Guard was:
Byron Foulger
Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Byron Foulger was:
Kernan Cripps
Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Kernan Cripps was:
Carl Faulkner
Detective (uncredited)
Carl Faulkner was:
Dick Jensen
Detective (uncredited)
Dick Jensen was:
Frank O'Connor
Detective (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
James Blaine
Detective (uncredited)
James Blaine was:
Philip Morris
Detective (uncredited)
Philip Morris was:
Ted Oliver
Detective (uncredited)
Ted Oliver was:
Frank Fanning
Detective Brown (uncredited)
Frank Fanning was:
Edward Hearn
Detective Carson (uncredited)
Edward Hearn was:
Monte Vandergrift
Detective Dietz (uncredited)
Monte Vandergrift was:
Brady Kline
Detective Hennessey (uncredited)
Brady Kline was:
Harry Hollingsworth
Detective Stone (uncredited)
Harry Hollingsworth was:
Eddy Chandler
Detective with First Cab Driver (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Lillian West
District Attorney's Secretary (uncredited)
Lillian West was:
Ray Walker
Drunken Reporter (uncredited)
Ray Walker was:
Edmund Cobb
Fingerprint Man (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb was:
Milton Kibbee
Hardware Store Proprietor (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Harry C. Bradley
Hijacked Motorist (uncredited)
Harry C. Bradley was:
Walter Soderling
Hold-Up Witness - Janitor (uncredited)
Walter Soderling was:
Sam McDaniel
Hold-Up Witness - Mose (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Alec Craig
Bookkeeper Juror (uncredited)
Alec Craig was:
Harry Holman
Businessman Juror - J. B. (uncredited)
Harry Holman was:
Sharon Lewis
Buyer Juror (uncredited)
Sharon Lewis was:
Joe De Stefani
Dentist Juror (uncredited)
Joe De Stefani was:
Harry A. Bailey
Drug Clerk Juror (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey was:
Al Herman
Garage Attendant Juror (uncredited)
Al Herman was:
Jessie Perry
Head of PTA Juror (uncredited)
Jessie Perry was:
Betty Farrington
Mother Juror (uncredited)
Betty Farrington was:
Phil Dunham
Nervous Juror (uncredited)
Phil Dunham was:
Dick Elliott
Rotarian Juror (uncredited)
Dick Elliott was:
Ann Doran
Secretary Juror (uncredited)
Ann Doran was:
Clarence Wilson
Lunchroom Proprietor (uncredited)
Clarence Wilson was:
Gus Reed
Man Asking J. B. (uncredited)
Gus Reed was:
Joseph E. Bernard
Man in Courtroom Corridor (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard was:
Chuck Colean
Movie Projectionist (uncredited)
Chuck Colean was:
Ted Thompson
New York Hotel Assistant Manager (uncredited)
Ted Thompson was:
Norman Ainsley
New York Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Norman Ainsley was:
Pat O'Malley
Captain (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley was:
Joe King
Inspector Cavanaugh (uncredited)
Joe King was:
Jack Rube Clifford
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Jack Rube Clifford was:
Tom London
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Tom London was:
Joseph Forte
Prison Doctor (uncredited)
Joseph Forte was:
Earl Askam
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Earl Askam was:
William Royle
Prison Guard (uncredited)
William Royle was:
George Chesebro
Prison Visitor's Room Guard (uncredited)
George Chesebro was:
James P. Burtis
Taxi Cab Mechanic (uncredited)
James P. Burtis was:
Billy Wayne
Theatre Hold-Up Witness (uncredited)
Billy Wayne was:
Bess Wade
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Bess Wade was:
Fay Holderness
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Fay Holderness was:
Mary Foy
Theatre Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Mary Foy was:
Ethel Wales
Theatre Scrubwoman - Ella (uncredited)
Ethel Wales was:
Herbert Heywood
Theatre Watchman (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood was:
Charles Trowbridge
Trial Judge (uncredited)
Charles Trowbridge was:
Beatrice Curtis
Waitress (uncredited)
Beatrice Curtis was:
Arthur Loft
Warden (uncredited)
Arthur Loft was:
Lee Shumway
Warden's Attendant (uncredited)
Lee Shumway was:
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