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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Kid Nightingale

Kid Nightingale

Release Date: Friday, November 3 1939 (83 years ago)
Portrait of John PayneJohn Payne
Steve Nelson
John Payne was:
Portrait of Jane WymanJane Wyman
Judy Craig
Jane Wyman was:
Portrait of Walter CatlettWalter Catlett
Skip Davis
Walter Catlett was:
Portrait of Edward BrophyEdward Brophy
Mike Jordon
Edward Brophy was:
Portrait of Charles D. BrownCharles D. Brown
Charles Paxton
Charles D. Brown was:
Portrait of Max Hoffman Jr.Max Hoffman Jr.
Max Hoffman Jr. was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Harry BurnsHarry Burns
Strangler Colombo
Harry Burns was:
Portrait of William HaadeWilliam Haade
Rocky Snyder
William Haade was:
Portrait of Helen TroyHelen Troy
Helen Troy was:
Portrait of Winifred HarrisWinifred Harris
Mrs. Reynolds
Winifred Harris was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Ring Announcer
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Frankie VanFrankie Van
Frankie Van was:
Portrait of Phyllis BarryPhyllis Barry
First Girl with Mrs. Reynolds (uncredited)
Phyllis Barry was:
Portrait of James BlaineJames Blaine
Policeman (uncredited)
James Blaine was:
Portrait of Nat CarrNat Carr
California Boxing Commissioner Representative (uncredited)
Nat Carr was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Man Leaving Dynamite Dennis Fight (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Abe DinovitchAbe Dinovitch
Second Drunk at Soxey's (uncredited)
Abe Dinovitch was:
Portrait of Pat FlahertyPat Flaherty
Soxey - Tavern Owner (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty was:
Portrait of Pauline HaddonPauline Haddon
Second Girl With Mrs. Reynolds (uncredited)
Pauline Haddon was:
Portrait of Creighton HaleCreighton Hale
Man Answering Telephone at Lessernan's Gymnasium (uncredited)
Creighton Hale was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
Clipper (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Edna HollandEdna Holland
Madame Svenson - Gym Instructress (uncredited)
Edna Holland was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Bartender (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of John KellyJohn Kelly
Dynamite Dennis (uncredited)
John Kelly was:
Portrait of Kenner G. KempKenner G. Kemp
Extra (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Portrait of Vera LewisVera Lewis
Woman Crashing Vase (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Portrait of Al LloydAl Lloyd
Max - a Bill Collector (uncredited)
Al Lloyd was:
Portrait of Jerry MandyJerry Mandy
Stincowski - Leader of Sextet (uncredited)
Jerry Mandy was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
Tall Creditor (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Dan - the Guard (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Constantine RomanoffConstantine Romanoff
Bald Wrestler (uncredited)
Constantine Romanoff was:
Portrait of Ralph SanfordRalph Sanford
First Drunk at Soxey's (uncredited)
Ralph Sanford was:
Portrait of Mike TellegenMike Tellegen
Second Wrestler (uncredited)
Mike Tellegen was:
Portrait of Bobby WatsonBobby Watson
Oscar - the Service Station Man (uncredited)
Bobby Watson was:
Portrait of Leo WhiteLeo White
Creditor with Mustache / Fight Crowd Extra (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Portrait of Tom WilsonTom Wilson
Kid's Trainer (uncredited)
Tom Wilson was:
Portrait of Claude WisbergClaude Wisberg
Messenger with Telegram (uncredited)
Claude Wisberg was:
Portrait of Steve MasonSteve Mason
Fighter (uncredited)
Steve Mason was:
Portrait of George BlakeGeorge Blake
George Blake was:
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