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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Black Legion

Black Legion

Release Date: Saturday, January 30 1937 (85 years ago)
Portrait of Humphrey BogartHumphrey Bogart
Frank Taylor
Humphrey Bogart was:
Portrait of Dick ForanDick Foran
Ed Jackson
Dick Foran was:
Portrait of Erin O'Brien-MooreErin O'Brien-Moore
Ruth Taylor
Erin O'Brien-Moore was:
Portrait of Ann SheridanAnn Sheridan
Betty Grogan
Ann Sheridan was:
Portrait of Helen FlintHelen Flint
Pearl Danvers
Helen Flint was:
Portrait of Joe SawyerJoe Sawyer
Cliff Summers
Joe Sawyer was:
Portrait of Clifford SoubierClifford Soubier
Michael F. Grogan
Clifford Soubier was:
Portrait of Alonzo PriceAlonzo Price
Alf Hargrave
Alonzo Price was:
Portrait of Paul HarveyPaul Harvey
Billings
Paul Harvey was:
Portrait of Dickie JonesDickie Jones
Buddy Taylor
Dickie Jones was:
Portrait of Samuel S. HindsSamuel S. Hinds
Judge
Samuel S. Hinds was:
Portrait of Addison RichardsAddison Richards
Prosecuting Attorney
Addison Richards was:
Portrait of Eddie AcuffEddie Acuff
Ted Metcalf
Eddie Acuff was:
Portrait of Dorothy VaughanDorothy Vaughan
Mrs. Grogan
Dorothy Vaughan was:
Portrait of John LitelJohn Litel
Tommy Smith
John Litel was:
Portrait of Henry BrandonHenry Brandon
Joe Dombrowski
Henry Brandon was:
Portrait of Charles HaltonCharles Halton
Osgood
Charles Halton was:
Portrait of Pat C. FlickPat C. Flick
Nick Strumpas
Pat C. Flick was:
Portrait of Francis SaylesFrancis Sayles
Charlie
Francis Sayles was:
Portrait of Paul StantonPaul Stanton
Barham
Paul Stanton was:
Portrait of Harry HaydenHarry Hayden
Jones
Harry Hayden was:
Portrait of Egon BrecherEgon Brecher
Dombrowski
Egon Brecher was:
Portrait of Robert BarratRobert Barrat
Brown (uncredited)
Robert Barrat was:
Portrait of John BerkesJohn Berkes
Convicted Black Legion Member (uncredited)
John Berkes was:
Portrait of Ted BlissTed Bliss
Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Ted Bliss was:
Portrait of John ButlerJohn Butler
Jenkins - Auto Salesman (uncredited)
John Butler was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Noble ChissellNoble Chissell
Legion Member (uncredited)
Noble Chissell was:
Portrait of Larry EmmonsLarry Emmons
Man in Drugstore (uncredited)
Larry Emmons was:
Portrait of Robert HainesRobert Haines
Man Leaving Theatre (uncredited)
Robert Haines was:
Portrait of John HiestandJohn Hiestand
First Radio Announcer Breaking Story (uncredited)
John Hiestand was:
Portrait of Robert HomansRobert Homans
Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Robert Homans was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Worker (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Dick JohnstoneDick Johnstone
Legion Member (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone was:
Portrait of Milton KibbeeMilton Kibbee
Reporter (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Portrait of Charles Frederick LindsleyCharles Frederick Lindsley
March of Time Announcer (uncredited)
Charles Frederick Lindsley was:
Portrait of Wilfred LucasWilfred Lucas
Bailiff (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas was:
Portrait of Fred MacKayeFred MacKaye
Third Radio Announcer Breaking Story (uncredited)
Fred MacKaye was:
Portrait of Carlyle Moore Jr.Carlyle Moore Jr.
Reporter (uncredited)
Carlyle Moore Jr. was:
Portrait of Dennis MooreDennis Moore
Reporter at Jail (uncredited)
Dennis Moore was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Court Clerk (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Frank NelsonFrank Nelson
Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Frank Nelson was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Guard at Jail (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Sam RiceSam Rice
Extra on Bus (uncredited)
Sam Rice was:
Portrait of Frank SullyFrank Sully
Truck Driver's Helper (uncredited)
Frank Sully was:
Portrait of Emmett VoganEmmett Vogan
News Commentator (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Portrait of Max WagnerMax Wagner
Truck Driver in Diner (uncredited)
Max Wagner was:
Portrait of Billy WayneBilly Wayne
Jim - Diner Counterman (uncredited)
Billy Wayne was:
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