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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of That's Entertainment!

That's Entertainment!

Release Date: Friday, June 21 1974 (48 years ago)
Portrait of Fred AstaireFred Astaire
Himself - Host / Narrator
Fred Astaire was:
Portrait of Bing CrosbyBing Crosby
Himself - Host / Narrator
Bing Crosby was:
Portrait of Gene KellyGene Kelly
Himself - Host / Narrator
Gene Kelly was:
Portrait of Peter LawfordPeter Lawford
Himself - Host / Narrator
Peter Lawford was:
Portrait of Liza MinnelliLiza Minnelli
Herself - Host / Narrator
Liza Minnelli was:
Portrait of Donald O'ConnorDonald O'Connor
Himself - Host / Narrator
Donald O'Connor was:
Portrait of Debbie ReynoldsDebbie Reynolds
Herself - Host / Narrator
Debbie Reynolds was:
Portrait of Mickey RooneyMickey Rooney
Himself - Host / Narrator
Mickey Rooney was:
Portrait of Frank SinatraFrank Sinatra
Himself - Host / Narrator
Frank Sinatra was:
Portrait of James StewartJames Stewart
Himself - Host / Narrator
James Stewart was:
Portrait of Elizabeth TaylorElizabeth Taylor
Herself - Host / Narrator
Elizabeth Taylor was:
Portrait of June AllysonJune Allyson
(archive footage)
June Allyson was:
Portrait of Kay ArmenKay Armen
(archive footage)
Kay Armen was:
Portrait of Ray BolgerRay Bolger
(archive footage)
Ray Bolger was:
Portrait of Virginia BruceVirginia Bruce
(archive footage)
Virginia Bruce was:
Portrait of Jack BuchananJack Buchanan
(archive footage)
Jack Buchanan was:
Portrait of Leslie CaronLeslie Caron
(archive footage)
Leslie Caron was:
Portrait of Carleton CarpenterCarleton Carpenter
(archive footage)
Carleton Carpenter was:
Portrait of Cyd CharisseCyd Charisse
(archive footage)
Cyd Charisse was:
Portrait of Maurice ChevalierMaurice Chevalier
(archive footage)
Maurice Chevalier was:
Portrait of Joan CrawfordJoan Crawford
(archive footage)
Joan Crawford was:
Portrait of Virginia DaleVirginia Dale
(archive footage)
Virginia Dale was:
Portrait of Vic DamoneVic Damone
(archive footage)
Vic Damone was:
Portrait of Jimmy DuranteJimmy Durante
(archive footage)
Jimmy Durante was:
Portrait of Deanna DurbinDeanna Durbin
(archive footage)
Deanna Durbin was:
Portrait of Buddy EbsenBuddy Ebsen
(archive footage)
Buddy Ebsen was:
Portrait of Nelson EddyNelson Eddy
(archive footage)
Nelson Eddy was:
Portrait of Cliff EdwardsCliff Edwards
(archive footage)
Cliff Edwards was:
Portrait of Clark GableClark Gable
(archive footage)
Clark Gable was:
Portrait of Ava GardnerAva Gardner
(archive footage)
Ava Gardner was:
Portrait of Judy GarlandJudy Garland
(archive footage)
Judy Garland was:
Portrait of Cary GrantCary Grant
(archive footage)
Cary Grant was:
Portrait of Kathryn GraysonKathryn Grayson
(archive footage)
Kathryn Grayson was:
Portrait of Virginia GreyVirginia Grey
(archive footage)
Virginia Grey was:
Portrait of Jack HaleyJack Haley
(archive footage)
Jack Haley was:
Portrait of Jean HarlowJean Harlow
(archive footage)
Jean Harlow was:
Portrait of Bernadene HayesBernadene Hayes
(archive footage)
Bernadene Hayes was:
Portrait of Lena HorneLena Horne
(archive footage)
Lena Horne was:
Portrait of Lottice HowellLottice Howell
(archive footage)
Lottice Howell was:
Portrait of Van JohnsonVan Johnson
(archive footage)
Van Johnson was:
Portrait of Allan JonesAllan Jones
(archive footage)
Allan Jones was:
Portrait of Louis JourdanLouis Jourdan
(archive footage)
Louis Jourdan was:
Portrait of Howard KeelHoward Keel
(archive footage)
Howard Keel was:
Portrait of Charles KingCharles King
(archive footage)
Charles King was:
Portrait of Lorraine KruegerLorraine Krueger
(archive footage)
Lorraine Krueger was:
Portrait of Bert LahrBert Lahr
(archive footage)
Bert Lahr was:
Portrait of Mario LanzaMario Lanza
(archive footage)
Mario Lanza was:
Portrait of Jeanette MacDonaldJeanette MacDonald
(archive footage)
Jeanette MacDonald was:
Portrait of Joan MarshJoan Marsh
(archive footage)
Joan Marsh was:
Portrait of Tony MartinTony Martin
(archive footage)
Tony Martin was:
Portrait of Douglas McPhailDouglas McPhail
(archive footage)
Douglas McPhail was:
Portrait of Ann MillerAnn Miller
(archive footage)
Ann Miller was:
Portrait of Robert MontgomeryRobert Montgomery
(archive footage)
Robert Montgomery was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
(archive footage)
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Dennis MorganDennis Morgan
(archive footage)
Dennis Morgan was:
Portrait of Jules MunshinJules Munshin
(archive footage)
Jules Munshin was:
Portrait of Fayard NicholasFayard Nicholas
(archive footage)
Fayard Nicholas was:
Portrait of Harold NicholasHarold Nicholas
(archive footage)
Harold Nicholas was:
Portrait of Margaret O'BrienMargaret O'Brien
(archive footage)
Margaret O'Brien was:
Portrait of Eleanor PowellEleanor Powell
(archive footage)
Eleanor Powell was:
Portrait of Jane PowellJane Powell
(archive footage)
Jane Powell was:
Portrait of Ginger RogersGinger Rogers
(archive footage)
Ginger Rogers was:
Portrait of Paula StonePaula Stone
(archive footage)
Paula Stone was:
Portrait of Russ TamblynRuss Tamblyn
(archive footage)
Russ Tamblyn was:
Portrait of William WarfieldWilliam Warfield
(archive footage)
William Warfield was:
Portrait of Esther WilliamsEsther Williams
(archive footage)
Esther Williams was:
Portrait of Leon AmesLeon Ames
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Leon Ames was:
Portrait of Edward ArnoldEdward Arnold
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Edward Arnold was:
Portrait of Ethel BarrymoreEthel Barrymore
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Ethel Barrymore was:
Portrait of Lionel BarrymoreLionel Barrymore
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Lionel Barrymore was:
Portrait of Wallace BeeryWallace Beery
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Wallace Beery was:
Portrait of Joe E. BrownJoe E. Brown
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Joe E. Brown was:
Portrait of Xavier CugatXavier Cugat
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Xavier Cugat was:
Portrait of Arlene DahlArlene Dahl
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Arlene Dahl was:
Portrait of Lili DamitaLili Damita
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Lili Damita was:
Portrait of Gloria DeHavenGloria DeHaven
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Gloria DeHaven was:
Portrait of Errol FlynnErrol Flynn
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Errol Flynn was:
Portrait of Betty GarrettBetty Garrett
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Betty Garrett was:
Portrait of Greer GarsonGreer Garson
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Greer Garson was:
Portrait of Hermione GingoldHermione Gingold
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Hermione Gingold was:
Portrait of Van HeflinVan Heflin
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Van Heflin was:
Portrait of Katharine HepburnKatharine Hepburn
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Katharine Hepburn was:
Portrait of Claude Jarman Jr.Claude Jarman Jr.
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Claude Jarman Jr. was:
Portrait of Jennifer JonesJennifer Jones
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Jennifer Jones was:
Portrait of Buster KeatonBuster Keaton
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Buster Keaton was:
Portrait of Angela LansburyAngela Lansbury
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Angela Lansbury was:
Portrait of Carmen MirandaCarmen Miranda
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Carmen Miranda was:
Portrait of Agnes MooreheadAgnes Moorehead
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Agnes Moorehead was:
Portrait of Frank MorganFrank Morgan
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Morgan was:
Portrait of George MurphyGeorge Murphy
(archive footage) (uncredited)
George Murphy was:
Portrait of Conrad NagelConrad Nagel
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Conrad Nagel was:
Portrait of J. Carrol NaishJ. Carrol Naish
(archive footage) (uncredited)
J. Carrol Naish was:
Portrait of Reginald OwenReginald Owen
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Reginald Owen was:
Portrait of Walter PidgeonWalter Pidgeon
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Walter Pidgeon was:
Portrait of Selena RoyleSelena Royle
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Selena Royle was:
Portrait of Norma ShearerNorma Shearer
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Norma Shearer was:
Portrait of Red SkeltonRed Skelton
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Red Skelton was:
Portrait of Sidney TolerSidney Toler
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Sidney Toler was:
Portrait of Audrey TotterAudrey Totter
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Audrey Totter was:
Portrait of Spencer TracySpencer Tracy
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Spencer Tracy was:
Portrait of Robert YoungRobert Young
(archive footage) (uncredited)
Robert Young was:
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