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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Only Yesterday

Only Yesterday

Release Date: Wednesday, November 1 1933 (88 years ago)
Portrait of Margaret SullavanMargaret Sullavan
Mary Lane
Margaret Sullavan was:
Portrait of John BolesJohn Boles
James Stanton "Jim" Emerson
John Boles was:
Portrait of Edna May OliverEdna May Oliver
Leona
Edna May Oliver was:
Portrait of Billie BurkeBillie Burke
Julia Warren
Billie Burke was:
Portrait of Benita HumeBenita Hume
Phyllis Emerson
Benita Hume was:
Portrait of Reginald DennyReginald Denny
Bob
Reginald Denny was:
Portrait of George MeekerGeorge Meeker
Dave Reynolds
George Meeker was:
Portrait of Jimmy ButlerJimmy Butler
Jim Jr.
Jimmy Butler was:
Portrait of Noel FrancisNoel Francis
Letitia
Noel Francis was:
Portrait of Geneva MitchellGeneva Mitchell
Patty
Geneva Mitchell was:
Portrait of Bramwell FletcherBramwell Fletcher
Scott Hughes
Bramwell Fletcher was:
Portrait of June ClydeJune Clyde
Deborah
June Clyde was:
Portrait of Jane DarwellJane Darwell
Mrs. Lane
Jane Darwell was:
Portrait of Oscar ApfelOscar Apfel
Mr. Lane
Oscar Apfel was:
Portrait of Robert McWadeRobert McWade
Harvey Miles
Robert McWade was:
Portrait of Onslow StevensOnslow Stevens
Barnard
Onslow Stevens was:
Portrait of Jay WhiddenJay Whidden
Orchestra Leader
Jay Whidden was:
Portrait of Adrienne MardenAdrienne Marden
Helen (Uncredited)
Adrienne Marden was:
Portrait of Leon AmesLeon Ames
Lee (Uncredited)
Leon Ames was:
Portrait of Louise BeaversLouise Beavers
Abby (Uncredited)
Louise Beavers was:
Portrait of Betty BlytheBetty Blythe
Mrs. Vincent (Uncredited)
Betty Blythe was:
Portrait of Sheila BromleySheila Bromley
May (Uncredited)
Sheila Bromley was:
Portrait of Marion ByronMarion Byron
Grace (Uncredited)
Marion Byron was:
Portrait of Walter CatlettWalter Catlett
Barnes (Uncredited)
Walter Catlett was:
Portrait of Dorothy ChristyDorothy Christy
Rena (Uncredited)
Dorothy Christy was:
Portrait of Berton ChurchillBerton Churchill
Goodheart (Uncredited)
Berton Churchill was:
Portrait of Ruth CliffordRuth Clifford
Eleanor (Uncredited)
Ruth Clifford was:
Portrait of Joyce ComptonJoyce Compton
Margot (Uncredited)
Joyce Compton was:
Portrait of Tommy ConlonTommy Conlon
Bob Lane (Uncredited)
Tommy Conlon was:
Portrait of Herbert CorthellHerbert Corthell
Preston (Uncredited)
Herbert Corthell was:
Portrait of James FlavinJames Flavin
Billy (Uncredited)
James Flavin was:
Portrait of Dorothy GrangerDorothy Granger
Sally (Uncredited)
Dorothy Granger was:
Portrait of Jeanne HartJeanne Hart
Betty (Uncredited)
Jeanne Hart was:
Portrait of Arthur HoytArthur Hoyt
Burton (Uncredited)
Arthur Hoyt was:
Portrait of Crauford KentCrauford Kent
Graves (Uncredited)
Crauford Kent was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
Lucy (Uncredited)
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Ferdinand MunierFerdinand Munier
Harper (Uncredited)
Ferdinand Munier was:
Portrait of Barry NortonBarry Norton
Jerry (Uncredited)
Barry Norton was:
Portrait of Edgar NortonEdgar Norton
George (Uncredited)
Edgar Norton was:
Portrait of Vivien OaklandVivien Oakland
Ethel (Uncredited)
Vivien Oakland was:
Portrait of Franklin PangbornFranklin Pangborn
Tom (Uncredited)
Franklin Pangborn was:
Portrait of Lucille PowersLucille Powers
Ruth (Uncredited)
Lucille Powers was:
Portrait of Marie PrevostMarie Prevost
Amy (Uncredited)
Marie Prevost was:
Portrait of Craig ReynoldsCraig Reynolds
Hugh (Uncredited)
Craig Reynolds was:
Portrait of Bert RoachBert Roach
Rex (Uncredited)
Bert Roach was:
Portrait of Gay SeabrookGay Seabrook
Toodie (Uncredited)
Gay Seabrook was:
Portrait of Warren StokesWarren Stokes
O.O. McIntyre (Uncredited)
Warren Stokes was:
Portrait of Grady SuttonGrady Sutton
Charlie Smith (Uncredited)
Grady Sutton was:
Portrait of Sidney BraceySidney Bracey
Second Butler (Uncredited)
Sidney Bracey was:
Portrait of Alphonse MartellAlphonse Martell
Headwaiter (Uncredited)
Alphonse Martell was:
Portrait of Sam McDanielSam McDaniel
Red Cap Porter (Uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Portrait of Lafe McKeeLafe McKee
Father at Train Station (Uncredited)
Lafe McKee was:
Portrait of Jeanne SorelJeanne Sorel
Lesbian (Uncredited)
Jeanne Sorel was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Parade Onlooker (Uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Fred 'Snowflake' ToonesFred 'Snowflake' Toones
Wall Street Bootblack (Uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Nightclub Waiter (Uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Ralph BrooksRalph Brooks
Nightclub Patron (Uncredited)
Ralph Brooks was:
Portrait of Florence LakeFlorence Lake
One of Jim's Friends (Uncredited)
Florence Lake was:
Portrait of Richard TuckerRichard Tucker
One of Jim's Friends (Uncredited)
Richard Tucker was:
Portrait of Dennis O'KeefeDennis O'Keefe
New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Dennis O'Keefe was:
Portrait of Leo WhiteLeo White
New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Leo White was:
Portrait of Bill ElliottBill Elliott
New Year's Eve Reveler (Uncredited)
Bill Elliott was:
Portrait of Maidel TurnerMaidel Turner
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Maidel Turner was:
Portrait of Bert MoorhouseBert Moorhouse
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Portrait of Jerry FrankJerry Frank
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Jerry Frank was:
Portrait of Churchill RossChurchill Ross
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Churchill Ross was:
Portrait of Edmund BreeseEdmund Breese
Investor (Uncredited)
Edmund Breese was:
Portrait of Jason Robards Sr.Jason Robards Sr.
Investor (Uncredited)
Jason Robards Sr. was:
Portrait of Huntley GordonHuntley Gordon
Investor (Uncredited)
Huntley Gordon was:
Portrait of Eddie KaneEddie Kane
Investor (Uncredited)
Eddie Kane was:
Portrait of Rafael AlcaydeRafael Alcayde
Party Guest (uncredited)
Rafael Alcayde was:
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