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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Brother Orchid

Brother Orchid

Release Date: Friday, June 7 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Edward G. RobinsonEdward G. Robinson
Little John T. 'Johnny' Sarto
Edward G. Robinson was:
Portrait of Ann SothernAnn Sothern
Florence 'Flo' Addams
Ann Sothern was:
Portrait of Humphrey BogartHumphrey Bogart
Jack Buck
Humphrey Bogart was:
Portrait of Donald CrispDonald Crisp
Brother Superior
Donald Crisp was:
Portrait of Ralph BellamyRalph Bellamy
Clarence P. Fletcher
Ralph Bellamy was:
Portrait of Allen JenkinsAllen Jenkins
Willie 'The Knife' Corson
Allen Jenkins was:
Portrait of Charles D. BrownCharles D. Brown
Brother Wren
Charles D. Brown was:
Portrait of Cecil KellawayCecil Kellaway
Brother Goodwin
Cecil Kellaway was:
Portrait of Morgan ConwayMorgan Conway
Philadelphia Powell
Morgan Conway was:
Portrait of Richard LaneRichard Lane
Mugsy O'Day
Richard Lane was:
Portrait of Paul GuilfoylePaul Guilfoyle
Red Martin
Paul Guilfoyle was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Texas Pearson
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Joseph CrehanJoseph Crehan
Brother MacEwen
Joseph Crehan was:
Portrait of Wilfred LucasWilfred Lucas
Brother MacDonald
Wilfred Lucas was:
Portrait of Tom TylerTom Tyler
Curley Matthews
Tom Tyler was:
Portrait of Dick WesselDick Wessel
Buffalo Burns
Dick Wessel was:
Portrait of Granville BatesGranville Bates
Pattonsville Superintendent
Granville Bates was:
Portrait of Paul PhillipsPaul Phillips
French Frank
Paul Phillips was:
Portrait of Don RowanDon Rowan
Al Muller
Don Rowan was:
Portrait of Nanette VallonNanette Vallon
Nanette Vallon was:
Portrait of Tim RyanTim Ryan
Turkey Malone
Tim Ryan was:
Portrait of Joe CaitsJoe Caits
Handsome Harry
Joe Caits was:
Portrait of Pat GleasonPat Gleason
Dopey Perkins
Pat Gleason was:
Portrait of Tommy BakerTommy Baker
Tommy Baker was:
Portrait of Jimmy AyeJimmy Aye
Gangster (uncredited)
Jimmy Aye was:
Portrait of Sidney BraceySidney Bracey
Steward Bringing Briefcase (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey was:
Portrait of Harlan BriggsHarlan Briggs
Thomas A. Bailey - Acme Paving (uncredited)
Harlan Briggs was:
Portrait of Louise CarterLouise Carter
Scrub Woman at End (uncredited)
Louise Carter was:
Portrait of Charles ColemanCharles Coleman
English Diamond Salesma (uncredited)
Charles Coleman was:
Portrait of G. Pat CollinsG. Pat Collins
Tim O'Hara (uncredited)
G. Pat Collins was:
Portrait of Gino CorradoGino Corrado
Artist (uncredited)
Gino Corrado was:
Portrait of Jean Del ValJean Del Val
Frenchman (uncredited)
Jean Del Val was:
Portrait of Frank FaylenFrank Faylen
Parkway Biltmore Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Frank Faylen was:
Portrait of James FlavinJames Flavin
Parking Attendant at Fat Dutchy's (uncredited)
James Flavin was:
Portrait of Mary GordonMary Gordon
Mrs. Sweeney - Flo's Landlady (uncredited)
Mary Gordon was:
Portrait of Creighton HaleCreighton Hale
Reporter #3 (uncredited)
Creighton Hale was:
Portrait of George HaywoodGeorge Haywood
Reporter #1 (uncredited)
George Haywood was:
Portrait of Max Hoffman Jr.Max Hoffman Jr.
Policeman #2 (uncredited)
Max Hoffman Jr. was:
Portrait of William HopperWilliam Hopper
2nd Reporter on Return Ship (uncredited)
William Hopper was:
Portrait of Armand KalizArmand Kaliz
Frenchman (uncredited)
Armand Kaliz was:
Portrait of Jack KenneyJack Kenney
Acquaintance (uncredited)
Jack Kenney was:
Portrait of Sam McDanielSam McDaniel
Janitor Tripping Fire Alarms (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Portrait of Edward McWadeEdward McWade
Aged Brother (uncredited)
Edward McWade was:
Portrait of Frank MoranFrank Moran
Louie the Lug (uncredited)
Frank Moran was:
Portrait of Leonard MudieLeonard Mudie
English Diamond Salesman (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie was:
Portrait of Louis NatheauxLouis Natheaux
Gangster (uncredited)
Louis Natheaux was:
Portrait of Terry NibertTerry Nibert
Girl (uncredited)
Terry Nibert was:
Portrait of Edgar NortonEdgar Norton
Meadows - London Butler (uncredited)
Edgar Norton was:
Portrait of Frank OrthFrank Orth
Waiter at Fat Dutchy's (uncredited)
Frank Orth was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
1st Policeman at Buck's Hideout (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Paul PorcasiPaul Porcasi
Warehouse Manager (uncredited)
Paul Porcasi was:
Portrait of Georges RenaventGeorges Renavent
Cable Office Clerk (uncredited)
Georges Renavent was:
Portrait of George SorelGeorge Sorel
Casino Attendant (uncredited)
George Sorel was:
Portrait of Amzie StricklandAmzie Strickland
Girl (uncredited)
Amzie Strickland was:
Portrait of Claude WisbergClaude Wisberg
Albert - Bellboy with Dogs (uncredited)
Claude Wisberg was:
Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
Cosmo Sardo was:
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