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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of I Take This Woman

I Take This Woman

Release Date: Friday, February 2 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Spencer TracySpencer Tracy
Karl Decker
Spencer Tracy was:
Portrait of Hedy LamarrHedy Lamarr
Georgi Gragore
Hedy Lamarr was:
Portrait of Verree TeasdaleVerree Teasdale
Madame Marcesca
Verree Teasdale was:
Portrait of Kent TaylorKent Taylor
Phil Mayberry
Kent Taylor was:
Portrait of Laraine DayLaraine Day
Linda Rodgers
Laraine Day was:
Portrait of Mona BarrieMona Barrie
Sandra Mayberry
Mona Barrie was:
Portrait of Jack CarsonJack Carson
Joe
Jack Carson was:
Portrait of Paul CavanaghPaul Cavanagh
Bill Rodgers
Paul Cavanagh was:
Portrait of Louis CalhernLouis Calhern
Dr. Martin Sumner Duveen
Louis Calhern was:
Portrait of Frances DrakeFrances Drake
Lola Estermont
Frances Drake was:
Portrait of Marjorie MainMarjorie Main
Gertie
Marjorie Main was:
Portrait of George E. StoneGeorge E. Stone
Sid
George E. Stone was:
Portrait of Willie BestWillie Best
Sambo
Willie Best was:
Portrait of Don CastleDon Castle
Ted Fenton
Don Castle was:
Portrait of Dalies FrantzDalies Frantz
Joe Barnes
Dalies Frantz was:
Portrait of Reed HadleyReed Hadley
Bob Hampton
Reed Hadley was:
Portrait of Lowden AdamsLowden Adams
Phil's Butler (uncredited)
Lowden Adams was:
Portrait of King BaggotKing Baggot
Man in Subway (uncredited)
King Baggot was:
Portrait of Polly BaileyPolly Bailey
Mrs. Glutz - Woman in Clinic (uncredited)
Polly Bailey was:
Portrait of Arthur BelascoArthur Belasco
Minor Role (uncredited)
Arthur Belasco was:
Portrait of Leon BelascoLeon Belasco
Pancho (uncredited)
Leon Belasco was:
Portrait of Joe BordeauxJoe Bordeaux
Man in Clinic (uncredited)
Joe Bordeaux was:
Portrait of Ralph BrooksRalph Brooks
Night Club Dance Extra (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks was:
Portrait of Charles D. BrownCharles D. Brown
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Charles D. Brown was:
Portrait of Jack ChefeJack Chefe
Waiter (uncredited)
Jack Chefe was:
Portrait of David ClydeDavid Clyde
Ship Steward (uncredited)
David Clyde was:
Portrait of Tom CollinsTom Collins
Intern Harry (uncredited)
Tom Collins was:
Portrait of Nell CraigNell Craig
Nurse on Ship (uncredited)
Nell Craig was:
Portrait of Richard CramerRichard Cramer
Man with Packages in Subway (uncredited)
Richard Cramer was:
Portrait of Rosina GalliRosina Galli
Clinic Woman Who Lost Her Baby (uncredited)
Rosina Galli was:
Portrait of Jack GardnerJack Gardner
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Jack Gardner was:
Portrait of George HumbertGeorge Humbert
Tony - Pushcart Vendor and Clinic Supporter (uncredited)
George Humbert was:
Portrait of Clarke JenningsClarke Jennings
Reynolds - Rodgers' Chauffeur (uncredited)
Clarke Jennings was:
Portrait of Edward KeaneEdward Keane
Dr. Harrison (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Portrait of Jack KenneyJack Kenney
Clinic Well-Wisher with Cigar (uncredited)
Jack Kenney was:
Portrait of Peggy LeonPeggy Leon
Martha - Georgi's Maid (uncredited)
Peggy Leon was:
Portrait of Joe LevineJoe Levine
Big Boy (uncredited)
Joe Levine was:
Portrait of Jimmie LucasJimmie Lucas
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Jimmie Lucas was:
Portrait of Sally MartinSally Martin
Sid's Daughter (uncredited)
Sally Martin was:
Portrait of Matt McHughMatt McHugh
Mike Fescue - Man in Clinic (uncredited)
Matt McHugh was:
Portrait of Esther MichelsonEsther Michelson
Woman in Clinic (uncredited)
Esther Michelson was:
Portrait of Rhea MitchellRhea Mitchell
Decker's Secretary (uncredited)
Rhea Mitchell was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
May - Saleslady (uncredited)
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Albert PetitAlbert Petit
Waiter (uncredited)
Albert Petit was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Policeman (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Night Club Extra (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Ronald R. RondellRonald R. Rondell
Night Club Extra (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell was:
Portrait of Syd SaylorSyd Saylor
First Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Syd Saylor was:
Portrait of John SheehanJohn Sheehan
Clinic Patient with Good Blood Pressure (uncredited)
John Sheehan was:
Portrait of John SheltonJohn Shelton
Intern Steve (uncredited)
John Shelton was:
Portrait of Florence ShirleyFlorence Shirley
Mrs. Leila Bettincourt (uncredited)
Florence Shirley was:
Portrait of Napoleon SimpsonNapoleon Simpson
Thompson - a Doorman (uncredited)
Napoleon Simpson was:
Portrait of Rafael AlcaydeRafael Alcayde
Raoul Cedro (uncredited)
Rafael Alcayde was:
Portrait of Charles TrowbridgeCharles Trowbridge
Dr. Morris (uncredited)
Charles Trowbridge was:
Portrait of Gayne WhitmanGayne Whitman
Dr. Phelps (uncredited)
Gayne Whitman was:
Portrait of Florence WixFlorence Wix
Mrs. Winterhalter (uncredited)
Florence Wix was:
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