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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of All This, and Heaven Too

All This, and Heaven Too

Release Date: Saturday, July 13 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Bette DavisBette Davis
Henriette Deluzy-Desportes
Bette Davis was:
Portrait of Charles BoyerCharles Boyer
Duc de Praslin
Charles Boyer was:
Portrait of Jeffrey LynnJeffrey Lynn
Henry Martyn Field
Jeffrey Lynn was:
Portrait of Barbara O'NeilBarbara O'Neil
Duchesse de Praslin
Barbara O'Neil was:
Portrait of Virginia WeidlerVirginia Weidler
Virginia Weidler was:
Portrait of Helen WestleyHelen Westley
Madame LeMaire
Helen Westley was:
Portrait of Walter HampdenWalter Hampden
Walter Hampden was:
Portrait of Henry DaniellHenry Daniell
Henry Daniell was:
Portrait of Harry DavenportHarry Davenport
Harry Davenport was:
Portrait of George CoulourisGeorge Coulouris
George Coulouris was:
Portrait of Montagu LoveMontagu Love
Marechal Sebastiani
Montagu Love was:
Portrait of Janet BeecherJanet Beecher
Miss Haines
Janet Beecher was:
Portrait of June LockhartJune Lockhart
June Lockhart was:
Portrait of Ann E. ToddAnn E. Todd
Ann E. Todd was:
Portrait of Richard NicholsRichard Nichols
Richard Nichols was:
Portrait of Fritz LeiberFritz Leiber
Abbe Gallard
Fritz Leiber was:
Portrait of Ian KeithIan Keith
Ian Keith was:
Portrait of Sibyl HarrisSibyl Harris
Mlle. Maillard
Sibyl Harris was:
Portrait of Edward FieldingEdward Fielding
Dr. Louis
Edward Fielding was:
Portrait of Mary AndersonMary Anderson
Rebecca Jay
Mary Anderson was:
Portrait of Ann GillisAnn Gillis
Emily Schuyler
Ann Gillis was:
Portrait of Peggy StewartPeggy Stewart
Helen Lexington
Peggy Stewart was:
Portrait of Victor KilianVictor Kilian
Victor Kilian was:
Portrait of Madge CraneMadge Crane
Madame Gauthier
Madge Crane was:
Portrait of Egon BrecherEgon Brecher
Doctor (uncredited)
Egon Brecher was:
Portrait of Doris BrentDoris Brent
Agnes Brevoort (uncredited)
Doris Brent was:
Portrait of Carmen BrettaCarmen Bretta
Maxine - Frances' Maid (uncredited)
Carmen Bretta was:
Portrait of Virginia BrissacVirginia Brissac
Nun (uncredited)
Virginia Brissac was:
Portrait of Georgia CaineGeorgia Caine
Lady at the Theatre (uncredited)
Georgia Caine was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Jean (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Cora Sue CollinsCora Sue Collins
Louise de Rham (uncredited)
Cora Sue Collins was:
Portrait of Maurice CostelloMaurice Costello
Extra (uncredited)
Maurice Costello was:
Portrait of Claire Du BreyClaire Du Brey
Nun (uncredited)
Claire Du Brey was:
Portrait of Gloria FisherGloria Fisher
Kate Delancey (uncredited)
Gloria Fisher was:
Portrait of Mary ForbesMary Forbes
Lady at the Theatre (uncredited)
Mary Forbes was:
Portrait of Brenda FowlerBrenda Fowler
Nun (uncredited)
Brenda Fowler was:
Portrait of Betty Jane GrahamBetty Jane Graham
Clara Parker (uncredited)
Betty Jane Graham was:
Portrait of Betty Jean HaineyBetty Jean Hainey
Elizabeth Ward (uncredited)
Betty Jean Hainey was:
Portrait of Creighton HaleCreighton Hale
Ship's Officer (uncredited)
Creighton Hale was:
Portrait of Leyland HodgsonLeyland Hodgson
Captain (uncredited)
Leyland Hodgson was:
Portrait of Anne HowardAnne Howard
Isabelle Loullard (uncredited)
Anne Howard was:
Portrait of Marilyn KnowldenMarilyn Knowlden
Marianna Van Horn (uncredited)
Marilyn Knowlden was:
Portrait of Vera LewisVera Lewis
Queen Amélia of France (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Portrait of Eric MayneEric Mayne
Member of the Court (uncredited)
Eric Mayne was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
Lady at the Theatre (uncredited)
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Susanne RansomSusanne Ransom
Dora Vanderbilt (uncredited)
Susanne Ransom was:
Portrait of Frank ReicherFrank Reicher
Police Official (uncredited)
Frank Reicher was:
Portrait of Christian RubChristian Rub
Loti (uncredited)
Christian Rub was:
Portrait of Ellinor VanderveerEllinor Vanderveer
Opera Spectator in King's Group (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer was:
Portrait of Jeanne WellsJeanne Wells
Mary Simpson (uncredited)
Jeanne Wells was:
Portrait of Lottie WilliamsLottie Williams
Servant (uncredited)
Lottie Williams was:
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