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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Letter

The Letter

Release Date: Thursday, November 21 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Bette DavisBette Davis
Leslie Crosbie
Bette Davis was:
Portrait of Herbert MarshallHerbert Marshall
Robert Crosbie
Herbert Marshall was:
Portrait of James StephensonJames Stephenson
Howard Joyce
James Stephenson was:
Portrait of Frieda InescortFrieda Inescort
Dorothy Joyce
Frieda Inescort was:
Portrait of Gale SondergaardGale Sondergaard
Mrs. Hammond
Gale Sondergaard was:
Portrait of Bruce LesterBruce Lester
John Withers
Bruce Lester was:
Portrait of Elizabeth InglisElizabeth Inglis
Adele Ainsworth
Elizabeth Inglis was:
Portrait of Cecil KellawayCecil Kellaway
Cecil Kellaway was:
Portrait of Victor Sen YungVictor Sen Yung
Ong Chi Seng
Victor Sen Yung was:
Portrait of Doris LloydDoris Lloyd
Mrs. Cooper
Doris Lloyd was:
Portrait of Willie FungWillie Fung
Chung Hi
Willie Fung was:
Portrait of Tetsu KomaiTetsu Komai
Head Boy
Tetsu Komai was:
Portrait of Zita BacaZita Baca
Woman (uncredited)
Zita Baca was:
Portrait of Brooks BenedictBrooks Benedict
Party Guest (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Portrait of William A. BoardwayWilliam A. Boardway
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
William A. Boardway was:
Portrait of David BruceDavid Bruce
Man (uncredited)
David Bruce was:
Portrait of James CarlisleJames Carlisle
Attorney (uncredited)
James Carlisle was:
Portrait of George FordGeorge Ford
Party Guest (uncredited)
George Ford was:
Portrait of Roland GotRoland Got
Man (uncredited)
Roland Got was:
Portrait of Sam HarrisSam Harris
Party Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris was:
Portrait of Holmes HerbertHolmes Herbert
Robert's Friend at Bar at Party (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert was:
Portrait of Charles IrwinCharles Irwin
Bob's Friend (uncredited)
Charles Irwin was:
Portrait of Pete G. KatchenaroPete G. Katchenaro
Man (uncredited)
Pete G. Katchenaro was:
Portrait of Crauford KentCrauford Kent
Robert's Friend at Bar (uncredited)
Crauford Kent was:
Portrait of Carl M. LevinessCarl M. Leviness
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness was:
Portrait of Al LloydAl Lloyd
Man at Trial (uncredited)
Al Lloyd was:
Portrait of Robert Locke LorraineRobert Locke Lorraine
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Locke Lorraine was:
Portrait of Philo McCulloughPhilo McCullough
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Portrait of Leonard MudieLeonard Mudie
Fred (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie was:
Portrait of David NewellDavid Newell
Geoffrey Hammond (uncredited)
David Newell was:
Portrait of Paul PanzerPaul Panzer
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
Portrait of Thomas PogueThomas Pogue
Juror #10 (uncredited)
Thomas Pogue was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Driver (uncredited)
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Leslie SketchleyLeslie Sketchley
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Leslie Sketchley was:
Portrait of Douglas WaltonDouglas Walton
Well Wisher (uncredited)
Douglas Walton was:
Portrait of Leo WhiteLeo White
Man at Trial (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Portrait of Otto YamaokaOtto Yamaoka
Bartender at Party (uncredited)
Otto Yamaoka was:
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