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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of High Noon

High Noon

Release Date: Monday, June 9 1952 (70 years ago)
Portrait of Gary CooperGary Cooper
Marshal Will Kane
Gary Cooper was:
Portrait of Grace KellyGrace Kelly
Amy Fowler Kane
Grace Kelly was:
Portrait of Thomas MitchellThomas Mitchell
Mayor Jonas Henderson
Thomas Mitchell was:
Portrait of Lloyd BridgesLloyd Bridges
Deputy Marshal Harvey Pell
Lloyd Bridges was:
Portrait of Katy JuradoKaty Jurado
Helen Ramírez
Katy Jurado was:
Portrait of Otto KrugerOtto Kruger
Judge Percy Mettrick
Otto Kruger was:
Portrait of Lon Chaney Jr.Lon Chaney Jr.
Martin Howe
Lon Chaney Jr. was:
Portrait of Harry MorganHarry Morgan
Sam Fuller
Harry Morgan was:
Portrait of Ian MacDonaldIan MacDonald
Frank Miller
Ian MacDonald was:
Portrait of Eve McVeaghEve McVeagh
Mildred Fuller
Eve McVeagh was:
Portrait of Morgan FarleyMorgan Farley
Dr. Mahin, minister
Morgan Farley was:
Portrait of Harry ShannonHarry Shannon
Cooper
Harry Shannon was:
Portrait of Lee Van CleefLee Van Cleef
Jack Colby
Lee Van Cleef was:
Portrait of Robert J. WilkeRobert J. Wilke
Jim Pierce
Robert J. Wilke was:
Portrait of Sheb WooleySheb Wooley
Ben Miller
Sheb Wooley was:
Portrait of Jack ElamJack Elam
Charlie - Drunk in Jail (uncredited)
Jack Elam was:
Portrait of John DoucetteJohn Doucette
Trumbull (uncredited)
John Doucette was:
Portrait of Ted StanhopeTed Stanhope
Station Master (uncredited)
Ted Stanhope was:
Portrait of Lee AakerLee Aaker
Boy (uncredited)
Lee Aaker was:
Portrait of Guy BeachGuy Beach
Fred - Coffinmaker (uncredited)
Guy Beach was:
Portrait of Larry J. BlakeLarry J. Blake
Gillis - Saloon Owner (uncredited)
Larry J. Blake was:
Portrait of John BreenJohn Breen
Church Member (uncredited)
John Breen was:
Portrait of Tex DriscollTex Driscoll
Church Member (uncredited)
Tex Driscoll was:
Portrait of Herschel GrahamHerschel Graham
Church Member (uncredited)
Herschel Graham was:
Portrait of Paul KrugerPaul Kruger
Church Member (uncredited)
Paul Kruger was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Church Member (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Roy BuckoRoy Bucko
Barfly (uncredited)
Roy Bucko was:
Portrait of Russell CusterRussell Custer
Barfly (uncredited)
Russell Custer was:
Portrait of Nora BushNora Bush
Townswoman (uncredited)
Nora Bush was:
Portrait of Ann KundeAnn Kunde
Townswoman (uncredited)
Ann Kunde was:
Portrait of Ben CorbettBen Corbett
Townsman (uncredited)
Ben Corbett was:
Portrait of Rudy GermaneRudy Germane
Townsman (uncredited)
Rudy Germane was:
Portrait of Chuck HaywardChuck Hayward
Townsman (uncredited)
Chuck Hayward was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Kansas MoehringKansas Moehring
Townsman (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring was:
Portrait of Jack MontgomeryJack Montgomery
Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Montgomery was:
Portrait of Buddy RooseveltBuddy Roosevelt
Townsman (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt was:
Portrait of Allen D. SewallAllen D. Sewall
Townsman (uncredited)
Allen D. Sewall was:
Portrait of Howland ChamberlainHowland Chamberlain
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Howland Chamberlain was:
Portrait of Virginia ChristineVirginia Christine
Mrs. Simpson (uncredited)
Virginia Christine was:
Portrait of Cliff ClarkCliff Clark
Ed Weaver (uncredited)
Cliff Clark was:
Portrait of Paul DubovPaul Dubov
Scott (uncredited)
Paul Dubov was:
Portrait of Dick ElliottDick Elliott
Kibbee (uncredited)
Dick Elliott was:
Portrait of Virginia FarmerVirginia Farmer
Mrs. Fletcher (uncredited)
Virginia Farmer was:
Portrait of Tim GrahamTim Graham
Sawyer (uncredited)
Tim Graham was:
Portrait of Tom GreenwayTom Greenway
Ezra (uncredited)
Tom Greenway was:
Portrait of Harry HarveyHarry Harvey
Coy (uncredited)
Harry Harvey was:
Portrait of Nolan LearyNolan Leary
Lewis (uncredited)
Nolan Leary was:
Portrait of Tom LondonTom London
Sam (uncredited)
Tom London was:
Portrait of Merrill McCormickMerrill McCormick
Fletcher (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick was:
Portrait of William NewellWilliam Newell
Jimmy - Drunk with Eye Patch (uncredited)
William Newell was:
Portrait of James MillicanJames Millican
Deputy Sheriff Herb Baker (uncredited)
James Millican was:
Portrait of William PhillipsWilliam Phillips
Barber (uncredited)
William Phillips was:
Portrait of Lucien PrivalLucien Prival
Joe - Ramirez Saloon Bartender (uncredited)
Lucien Prival was:
Portrait of Ralph ReedRalph Reed
Johnny - Town Boy (uncredited)
Ralph Reed was:
Portrait of Charles SoldaniCharles Soldani
Indian Outside of Saloon (uncredited)
Charles Soldani was:
Portrait of Slim TalbotSlim Talbot
Barbershop Customer (uncredited)
Slim Talbot was:
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