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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Show Girl in Hollywood

Show Girl in Hollywood

Release Date: Sunday, April 20 1930 (92 years ago)
Portrait of Alice WhiteAlice White
Dixie Dugan
Alice White was:
Portrait of Jack MulhallJack Mulhall
Jimmie Doyle
Jack Mulhall was:
Portrait of Blanche SweetBlanche Sweet
Donny Harris
Blanche Sweet was:
Portrait of Ford SterlingFord Sterling
Sam Otis
Ford Sterling was:
Portrait of John MiljanJohn Miljan
Frank Buelow
John Miljan was:
Portrait of Virginia SaleVirginia Sale
Miss J. Rule
Virginia Sale was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Herman BingHerman Bing
Herman Bing was:
Portrait of Noah Beery Jr.Noah Beery Jr.
Noah Beery Jr.
Noah Beery Jr. was:
Portrait of Noah BeeryNoah Beery
Noah Beery
Noah Beery was:
Portrait of Maurice BlackMaurice Black
Actor in Scene
Maurice Black was:
Portrait of Billy BletcherBilly Bletcher
Sign Man Scraping Names off Doors
Billy Bletcher was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Story Editor
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Lew HarveyLew Harvey
Actor in Scene
Lew Harvey was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Actor Removing Make-Up in Restaurant
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Al JolsonAl Jolson
Al Jolsen
Al Jolson was:
Portrait of Ruby KeelerRuby Keeler
Ruby Keeler
Ruby Keeler was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
Frank Buelow's Premiere Guest
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Spec O'DonnellSpec O'Donnell
Office Boy
Spec O'Donnell was:
Portrait of Walter PidgeonWalter Pidgeon
Premiere Emcee
Walter Pidgeon was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Mr. Smith
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Syd SaylorSyd Saylor
Tour Guide
Syd Saylor was:
Portrait of Rolfe SedanRolfe Sedan
Headwaiter in New York
Rolfe Sedan was:
Portrait of Jane WintonJane Winton
Frank Buelow's Premiere Guest
Jane Winton was:
Portrait of Loretta YoungLoretta Young
Loretta Young
Loretta Young was:
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