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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!

John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!

Release Date: Wednesday, March 24 1965 (57 years ago)
Portrait of Shirley MacLaineShirley MacLaine
Jenny
Shirley MacLaine was:
Portrait of Peter UstinovPeter Ustinov
Fawz
Peter Ustinov was:
Portrait of Richard CrennaRichard Crenna
John Goldfarb
Richard Crenna was:
Portrait of Jim BackusJim Backus
Whitepaper
Jim Backus was:
Portrait of Scott BradyScott Brady
Sakalakis
Scott Brady was:
Portrait of Fred ClarkFred Clark
Overreach
Fred Clark was:
Portrait of Wilfrid Hyde-WhiteWilfrid Hyde-White
Guz
Wilfrid Hyde-White was:
Portrait of Harry MorganHarry Morgan
Sarajevo
Harry Morgan was:
Portrait of Patrick AdiartePatrick Adiarte
Ammud
Patrick Adiarte was:
Portrait of Richard DeaconRichard Deacon
Maginot
Richard Deacon was:
Portrait of Jerome CowanJerome Cowan
Brinkley
Jerome Cowan was:
Portrait of Leon AskinLeon Askin
Samir
Leon Askin was:
Portrait of David LewisDavid Lewis
Cronkite
David Lewis was:
Portrait of Milton FromeMilton Frome
Air Force General
Milton Frome was:
Portrait of Charles LaneCharles Lane
Editor
Charles Lane was:
Portrait of Jerry OrbachJerry Orbach
Pinkerton
Jerry Orbach was:
Portrait of Jackie CooganJackie Coogan
Father Ryan
Jackie Coogan was:
Portrait of Nai BonetNai Bonet
Specialty Dancer
Nai Bonet was:
Portrait of SultannaSultanna
Specialty Dancer
Sultanna was:
Portrait of Dick WilsonDick Wilson
Frobish (uncredited)
Dick Wilson was:
Portrait of Barbara BouchetBarbara Bouchet
Astrid Porche (uncredited)
Barbara Bouchet was:
Portrait of James BrolinJames Brolin
Notre Dame Quarterback (uncredited)
James Brolin was:
Portrait of Ron BrownRon Brown
Football Player (uncredited)
Ron Brown was:
Portrait of George AllenGeorge Allen
Vendor (uncredited)
George Allen was:
Portrait of Syl LamontSyl Lamont
Captain of Notre Dame Team (uncredited)
Syl Lamont was:
Portrait of Stanley Ralph RossStanley Ralph Ross
Muezzin (uncredited)
Stanley Ralph Ross was:
Portrait of Eve BruceEve Bruce
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Eve Bruce was:
Portrait of Telly SavalasTelly Savalas
Macmuid (uncredited)
Telly Savalas was:
Portrait of Olan SouleOlan Soule
Second Editor (uncredited)
Olan Soule was:
Portrait of Jim BolesJim Boles
Air Force Colonel (uncredited)
Jim Boles was:
Portrait of Angela DouglasAngela Douglas
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Angela Douglas was:
Portrait of Carey FosterCarey Foster
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Carey Foster was:
Portrait of Linda FosterLinda Foster
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Linda Foster was:
Portrait of Teri GarrTeri Garr
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Teri Garr was:
Portrait of Shelby GrantShelby Grant
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Shelby Grant was:
Portrait of Sandra GreggSandra Gregg
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Sandra Gregg was:
Portrait of Paula LanePaula Lane
Polly Benson (uncredited)
Paula Lane was:
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