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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Blondes at Work

Blondes at Work

Release Date: Saturday, February 5 1938 (85 years ago)
Portrait of Glenda FarrellGlenda Farrell
Torchy Blane
Glenda Farrell was:
Portrait of Barton MacLaneBarton MacLane
Lt. Steve McBride
Barton MacLane was:
Portrait of Tom KennedyTom Kennedy
Tom Kennedy was:
Portrait of Rosella TowneRosella Towne
Louisa Revelle
Rosella Towne was:
Portrait of Donald BriggsDonald Briggs
Maitland Greer
Donald Briggs was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Betty CompsonBetty Compson
Blanche Revelle
Betty Compson was:
Portrait of Thomas E. JacksonThomas E. Jackson
Thomas E. Jackson was:
Portrait of Frank ShannonFrank Shannon
Capt. McTavish
Frank Shannon was:
Portrait of Jean BenedictJean Benedict
Miss Hilton - Salesgirl
Jean Benedict was:
Portrait of Carole LandisCarole Landis
Carole Landis was:
Portrait of Suzanne KaarenSuzanne Kaaren
Suzanne Kaaren was:
Portrait of Theodore von EltzTheodore von Eltz
District Attorney
Theodore von Eltz was:
Portrait of Charles RichmanCharles Richman
Judge Wilson
Charles Richman was:
Portrait of Robert MiddlemassRobert Middlemass
Boylan - Editor
Robert Middlemass was:
Portrait of Kenneth HarlanKenneth Harlan
Marvin Spencer
Kenneth Harlan was:
Portrait of George GuhlGeorge Guhl
Desk Sergeant
George Guhl was:
Portrait of Ralph SanfordRalph Sanford
Detective Ed Healy (uncredited)
Ralph Sanford was:
Portrait of Milton OwenMilton Owen
Mr. Jay (uncredited)
Milton Owen was:
Portrait of Roy BarcroftRoy Barcroft
Attorney Meadows (uncredited)
Roy Barcroft was:
Portrait of Egon BrecherEgon Brecher
J.Z. Beckman (uncredited)
Egon Brecher was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Locksmith (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Jimmy ConlinJimmy Conlin
Coroner (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin was:
Portrait of Joe CunninghamJoe Cunningham
Maxie (uncredited)
Joe Cunningham was:
Portrait of Eddie FosterEddie Foster
Reporter (uncredited)
Eddie Foster was:
Portrait of Jack A. GoodrichJack A. Goodrich
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack A. Goodrich was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Gordon HartGordon Hart
Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Gordon Hart was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Bailiff (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Bobby JarvisBobby Jarvis
Reporter Duffy (uncredited)
Bobby Jarvis was:
Portrait of Max LinderMax Linder
Juror (uncredited)
Max Linder was:
Portrait of Richard LooRichard Loo
Sam Wong (uncredited)
Richard Loo was:
Portrait of J.G. MacMahonJ.G. MacMahon
Reporter (uncredited)
J.G. MacMahon was:
Portrait of Bill MarceauBill Marceau
Smith (uncredited)
Bill Marceau was:
Portrait of Julius MolnarJulius Molnar
Second Newsboy (uncredited)
Julius Molnar was:
Portrait of Spec O'DonnellSpec O'Donnell
First Newsboy (uncredited)
Spec O'Donnell was:
Portrait of George O'HanlonGeorge O'Hanlon
Third Newsboy (uncredited)
George O'Hanlon was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Cabbie (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Juror (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
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