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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes

Release Date: Monday, December 29 1970 (52 years ago)
Portrait of Kurt RussellKurt Russell
Dexter Riley
Kurt Russell was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
A.J. Arno
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Joe FlynnJoe Flynn
Dean Higgins
Joe Flynn was:
Portrait of William SchallertWilliam Schallert
Professor Quigley
William Schallert was:
Portrait of Alan HewittAlan Hewitt
Dean Collingsgood
Alan Hewitt was:
Portrait of Richard BakalyanRichard Bakalyan
Chillie Walsh
Richard Bakalyan was:
Portrait of Debbie PaineDebbie Paine
Annie
Debbie Paine was:
Portrait of Frank WelkerFrank Welker
Henry
Frank Welker was:
Portrait of Frank WebbFrank Webb
Pete
Frank Webb was:
Portrait of Michael McGreeveyMichael McGreevey
Schuyler
Michael McGreevey was:
Portrait of Jon ProvostJon Provost
Bradley
Jon Provost was:
Portrait of Bing RussellBing Russell
Angelo
Bing Russell was:
Portrait of Pat Harrington, Jr.Pat Harrington, Jr.
Moderator
Pat Harrington, Jr. was:
Portrait of Fritz FeldFritz Feld
Sigmund Van Dyke
Fritz Feld was:
Portrait of Kenner G. KempKenner G. Kemp
Extra
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Portrait of Leon AltonLeon Alton
Collingsgood Associate (uncredited)
Leon Alton was:
Portrait of Ed Begley Jr.Ed Begley Jr.
Student (uncredited)
Ed Begley Jr. was:
Portrait of Gail BonneyGail Bonney
Winifred - Dean's Secretary (uncredited)
Gail Bonney was:
Portrait of David CanaryDavid Canary
Mr. Walski (uncredited)
David Canary was:
Portrait of John CliffJohn Cliff
Police Turnkey (uncredited)
John Cliff was:
Portrait of Howard CulverHoward Culver
Moderator (uncredited)
Howard Culver was:
Portrait of George DeNormandGeorge DeNormand
College of Knowledge Attendee (uncredited)
George DeNormand was:
Portrait of William FawcettWilliam Fawcett
Dietes - College Regent (uncredited)
William Fawcett was:
Portrait of Robert FoulkRobert Foulk
Police Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Robert Foulk was:
Portrait of Duane GreyDuane Grey
Police Detective at Raid (uncredited)
Duane Grey was:
Portrait of Myron HealeyMyron Healey
Police Detective (uncredited)
Myron Healey was:
Portrait of George HoaglandGeorge Hoagland
Crew Member (uncredited)
George Hoagland was:
Portrait of Jonathan HoleJonathan Hole
Scientist (uncredited)
Jonathan Hole was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Racetrack Patron (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Heather MenziesHeather Menzies
(uncredited)
Heather Menzies was:
Portrait of Byron MorrowByron Morrow
Leonard - College Regent (uncredited)
Byron Morrow was:
Portrait of George N. NeiseGeorge N. Neise
College of Knowledge Sponsor (uncredited)
George N. Neise was:
Portrait of Joe PhillipsJoe Phillips
Police Officer (uncredited)
Joe Phillips was:
Portrait of Judson PrattJudson Pratt
Detective in Gambling Raid (uncredited)
Judson Pratt was:
Portrait of Leoda RichardsLeoda Richards
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Leoda Richards was:
Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
Croupier (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo was:
Portrait of Jeffrey SayreJeffrey Sayre
Man Seated in Control Room (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre was:
Portrait of Maida SevernMaida Severn
Party Guest (uncredited)
Maida Severn was:
Portrait of Olan SouleOlan Soule
TV Reporter (uncredited)
Olan Soule was:
Portrait of Gregory MortonGregory Morton
Dr. Rufus Schmidt (uncredited)
Gregory Morton was:
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