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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of My Little Chickadee

My Little Chickadee

Release Date: Friday, February 9 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Mae WestMae West
Flower Belle Lee
Mae West was:
Portrait of W.C. FieldsW.C. Fields
Cuthbert J. Twillie
W.C. Fields was:
Portrait of Joseph CalleiaJoseph Calleia
Jeff Badger
Joseph Calleia was:
Portrait of Dick ForanDick Foran
Wayne Carter
Dick Foran was:
Portrait of Ruth DonnellyRuth Donnelly
Aunt Lou
Ruth Donnelly was:
Portrait of Margaret HamiltonMargaret Hamilton
Mrs. Gideon
Margaret Hamilton was:
Portrait of Donald MeekDonald Meek
Amos Budge
Donald Meek was:
Portrait of Fuzzy KnightFuzzy Knight
Cousin Zeb
Fuzzy Knight was:
Portrait of Willard RobertsonWillard Robertson
Uncle John
Willard Robertson was:
Portrait of George MoranGeorge Moran
Milton, Twillie's Indian Confederate
George Moran was:
Portrait of Jackie SearlJackie Searl
Schoolboy
Jackie Searl was:
Portrait of Fay AdlerFay Adler
Mrs. 'Pygmy' Allen
Fay Adler was:
Portrait of Gene AustinGene Austin
Saloon Musician
Gene Austin was:
Portrait of Russell HallRussell Hall
Candy
Russell Hall was:
Portrait of Otto HeimelOtto Heimel
Coco
Otto Heimel was:
Portrait of Mark AnthonyMark Anthony
Townsman (uncredited)
Mark Anthony was:
Portrait of Hank BellHank Bell
Townsman (uncredited)
Hank Bell was:
Portrait of William BenedictWilliam Benedict
Lem (uncredited)
William Benedict was:
Portrait of Georgie BillingsGeorgie Billings
Boy (uncredited)
Georgie Billings was:
Portrait of Wade BotelerWade Boteler
Leading Citizen (uncredited)
Wade Boteler was:
Portrait of Al BridgeAl Bridge
Barfly Drinking Straight Whiskey (uncredited)
Al Bridge was:
Portrait of Harlan BriggsHarlan Briggs
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Harlan Briggs was:
Portrait of Bob BurnsBob Burns
Barfly (uncredited)
Bob Burns was:
Portrait of Eddie ButlerEddie Butler
Henchman (uncredited)
Eddie Butler was:
Portrait of Lane ChandlerLane Chandler
Porter (uncredited)
Lane Chandler was:
Portrait of Lita ChevretLita Chevret
Indian Squaw (uncredited)
Lita Chevret was:
Portrait of Bing ConleyBing Conley
Henchman (uncredited)
Bing Conley was:
Portrait of Jimmy ConlinJimmy Conlin
Squawk Mulligan - Bartender (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin was:
Portrait of William B. DavidsonWilliam B. Davidson
Sheriff of Little Bend (uncredited)
William B. Davidson was:
Portrait of Clyde DembeckClyde Dembeck
Boy on Train (uncredited)
Clyde Dembeck was:
Portrait of Jan DugganJan Duggan
Uppity Little Bend Woman (uncredited)
Jan Duggan was:
Portrait of Frank EllisFrank Ellis
Townsman Wanting to Form Posse (uncredited)
Frank Ellis was:
Portrait of Al FergusonAl Ferguson
Train Passenger (uncredited)
Al Ferguson was:
Portrait of Chester GanChester Gan
Chinese Train Passenger (uncredited)
Chester Gan was:
Portrait of Slim GautSlim Gaut
Bowlegged Man (uncredited)
Slim Gaut was:
Portrait of Ben HallBen Hall
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Ben Hall was:
Portrait of Buddy HarrisBuddy Harris
Porter (uncredited)
Buddy Harris was:
Portrait of Charles HartCharles Hart
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Charles Hart was:
Portrait of Edward HearnEdward Hearn
Barfly Drinking Panther (uncredited)
Edward Hearn was:
Portrait of Otto HoffmanOtto Hoffman
Pete - Printer (uncredited)
Otto Hoffman was:
Portrait of Lloyd IngrahamLloyd Ingraham
Townsman Wanting to Form Posse (uncredited)
Lloyd Ingraham was:
Portrait of Danny JacksonDanny Jackson
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Danny Jackson was:
Portrait of Si JenksSi Jenks
Deputy (uncredited)
Si Jenks was:
Portrait of John KellyJohn Kelly
Henchman (uncredited)
John Kelly was:
Portrait of Walter McGrailWalter McGrail
Townsman (uncredited)
Walter McGrail was:
Portrait of Robert McKenzieRobert McKenzie
Townsman (uncredited)
Robert McKenzie was:
Portrait of Charles McMurphyCharles McMurphy
Townsman (uncredited)
Charles McMurphy was:
Portrait of George MelfordGeorge Melford
Greasewood Sheriff-Elect on Train (uncredited)
George Melford was:
Portrait of James C. MortonJames C. Morton
Train Conductor (uncredited)
James C. Morton was:
Portrait of Anne NagelAnne Nagel
Miss Foster - Schoolteacher (uncredited)
Anne Nagel was:
Portrait of Vester PeggVester Pegg
Gambler (uncredited)
Vester Pegg was:
Portrait of Bob ReevesBob Reeves
Barfly (uncredited)
Bob Reeves was:
Portrait of Addison RichardsAddison Richards
Judge (uncredited)
Addison Richards was:
Portrait of Betty RocheBetty Roche
Salvation Army Girl (uncredited)
Betty Roche was:
Portrait of Jack RoperJack Roper
Henchman (uncredited)
Jack Roper was:
Portrait of Dick RushDick Rush
Man (uncredited)
Dick Rush was:
Portrait of Buster SlavenBuster Slaven
Schoolboy (uncredited)
Buster Slaven was:
Portrait of Dorothy VernonDorothy Vernon
Diner (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon was:
Portrait of Morgan WallaceMorgan Wallace
Gambler (uncredited)
Morgan Wallace was:
Portrait of Delmar WatsonDelmar Watson
Boy (uncredited)
Delmar Watson was:
Portrait of Blackie WhitefordBlackie Whiteford
Townsman (uncredited)
Blackie Whiteford was:
Portrait of Joe WhiteheadJoe Whitehead
Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Whitehead was:
Portrait of Bill WolfeBill Wolfe
Barfly in Trance (uncredited)
Bill Wolfe was:
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