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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Take One False Step

Take One False Step

Release Date: Sunday, August 14 1949 (73 years ago)
Portrait of William PowellWilliam Powell
Andrew Gentling
William Powell was:
Portrait of Shelley WintersShelley Winters
Catherine Sykes
Shelley Winters was:
Portrait of Marsha HuntMarsha Hunt
Martha Wier
Marsha Hunt was:
Portrait of Dorothy HartDorothy Hart
Helen Gentling
Dorothy Hart was:
Portrait of James GleasonJames Gleason
Captain Gledhill
James Gleason was:
Portrait of Felix BressartFelix Bressart
Morris Avrum
Felix Bressart was:
Portrait of Art BakerArt Baker
Henry Pritchard
Art Baker was:
Portrait of Sheldon LeonardSheldon Leonard
Detective Pacciano
Sheldon Leonard was:
Portrait of Howard FreemanHoward Freeman
Dr. Markheim
Howard Freeman was:
Portrait of Houseley StevensonHouseley Stevenson
Montgomery Thatcher
Houseley Stevenson was:
Portrait of Paul HarveyPaul Harvey
Mr. Arnspiger
Paul Harvey was:
Portrait of Francis PierlotFrancis Pierlot
Herbert Watson
Francis Pierlot was:
Portrait of Jess BarkerJess Barker
Arnold Sykes
Jess Barker was:
Portrait of Mikel ConradMikel Conrad
Freddie Blair
Mikel Conrad was:
Portrait of Tommy IvoTommy Ivo
Harold (uncredited)
Tommy Ivo was:
Portrait of Enid MarkeyEnid Markey
Clara (uncredited)
Enid Markey was:
Portrait of Maurice MarsacMaurice Marsac
Louis (uncredited)
Maurice Marsac was:
Portrait of Dorothy VaughanDorothy Vaughan
Leona (uncredited)
Dorothy Vaughan was:
Portrait of Vangie BeilbyVangie Beilby
Old Lady at Lecture (uncredited)
Vangie Beilby was:
Portrait of Helen CrozierHelen Crozier
Maid (uncredited)
Helen Crozier was:
Portrait of Marjorie BennettMarjorie Bennett
Waitress (uncredited)
Marjorie Bennett was:
Portrait of Tony CurtisTony Curtis
Hot Rod Driver (uncredited)
Tony Curtis was:
Portrait of Johnny DuncanJohnny Duncan
Bellhop (uncredited)
Johnny Duncan was:
Portrait of Ralph PetersRalph Peters
Portly Man (uncredited)
Ralph Peters was:
Portrait of Sandra GouldSandra Gould
Newspaper Girl (uncredited)
Sandra Gould was:
Portrait of Ethyl May HallsEthyl May Halls
Woman at Window (uncredited)
Ethyl May Halls was:
Portrait of Jack RiceJack Rice
Good Humor Man (uncredited)
Jack Rice was:
Portrait of Harland TuckerHarland Tucker
Clerk (uncredited)
Harland Tucker was:
Portrait of Jim ToneyJim Toney
Bartender (uncredited)
Jim Toney was:
Portrait of Minerva UrecalMinerva Urecal
Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal was:
Portrait of Herbert HeywoodHerbert Heywood
Attendant (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Truck Driver in Cafe (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Leonard BremenLeonard Bremen
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Leonard Bremen was:
Portrait of Paul BrinegarPaul Brinegar
Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Brinegar was:
Portrait of Frank CadyFrank Cady
Reporter (uncredited)
Frank Cady was:
Portrait of Lyle LatellLyle Latell
Reporter (uncredited)
Lyle Latell was:
Portrait of Edmund CobbEdmund Cobb
Policeman (uncredited)
Edmund Cobb was:
Portrait of Charles FlynnCharles Flynn
Policeman (uncredited)
Charles Flynn was:
Portrait of Chuck HamiltonChuck Hamilton
Policeman (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton was:
Portrait of George LynnGeorge Lynn
Policeman (uncredited)
George Lynn was:
Portrait of Charles McAvoyCharles McAvoy
Policeman (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy was:
Portrait of Brick SullivanBrick Sullivan
Policeman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan was:
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