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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Yours, Mine and Ours

Yours, Mine and Ours

Release Date: Wednesday, April 24 1968 (54 years ago)
Portrait of Lucille BallLucille Ball
Helen North Beardsley
Lucille Ball was:
Portrait of Henry FondaHenry Fonda
Frank Beardsley
Henry Fonda was:
Portrait of Van JohnsonVan Johnson
Darrel Harrison
Van Johnson was:
Portrait of Louise TroyLouise Troy
Madeleine Love
Louise Troy was:
Portrait of Sidney MillerSidney Miller
Dr. Ashford
Sidney Miller was:
Portrait of Tom BosleyTom Bosley
Family Doctor
Tom Bosley was:
Portrait of Nancy HowardNancy Howard
Nancy Beardsley
Nancy Howard was:
Portrait of Walter BrookeWalter Brooke
Howard Beardsley
Walter Brooke was:
Portrait of Tim MathesonTim Matheson
Mike Beardsley
Tim Matheson was:
Portrait of Gil RogersGil Rogers
Rusty Beardsley
Gil Rogers was:
Portrait of Nancy RothNancy Roth
Rosemary Beardsley
Nancy Roth was:
Portrait of Gary GoetzmanGary Goetzman
Greg Beardsley
Gary Goetzman was:
Portrait of Morgan BrittanyMorgan Brittany
Louise Beardsley
Morgan Brittany was:
Portrait of Holly O'BrienHolly O'Brien
Susan Beardsley
Holly O'Brien was:
Portrait of Michele TobinMichele Tobin
Veronica Beardsley
Michele Tobin was:
Portrait of Maralee FosterMaralee Foster
Mary Beardsley
Maralee Foster was:
Portrait of Tracy NelsonTracy Nelson
Germaine Beardsley
Tracy Nelson was:
Portrait of Stephanie OliverStephanie Oliver
Joan Beardsley
Stephanie Oliver was:
Portrait of Jennifer LeakJennifer Leak
Colleen North
Jennifer Leak was:
Portrait of Kevin BurchettKevin Burchett
Nicky North
Kevin Burchett was:
Portrait of Kimberly BeckKimberly Beck
Janette North
Kimberly Beck was:
Portrait of Mitch VogelMitch Vogel
Tommy North
Mitch Vogel was:
Portrait of Margot JaneMargot Jane
Jean North
Margot Jane was:
Portrait of Eric SheaEric Shea
Phillip North
Eric Shea was:
Portrait of Greg AtkinsGreg Atkins
Gerald North
Greg Atkins was:
Portrait of Lynnell AtkinsLynnell Atkins
Teresa North
Lynnell Atkins was:
Portrait of Ben MurphyBen Murphy
Larry
Ben Murphy was:
Portrait of Ysabel MacCloskeyYsabel MacCloskey
Housekeeper #1
Ysabel MacCloskey was:
Portrait of Pauline HaguePauline Hague
Housekeeper #2
Pauline Hague was:
Portrait of Marjorie EatonMarjorie Eaton
Housekeeper #3
Marjorie Eaton was:
Portrait of Richard AngarolaRichard Angarola
French Actor on TV Screen
Richard Angarola was:
Portrait of Lilyan ChauvinLilyan Chauvin
French Actress on TV Screen
Lilyan Chauvin was:
Portrait of Robert P. LiebRobert P. Lieb
Happy San Franciscan - Cafe Sequence
Robert P. Lieb was:
Portrait of Jennifer GanJennifer Gan
1st Young Lady - Cafe Sequence
Jennifer Gan was:
Portrait of Eve BruceEve Bruce
2nd Young Lady - Cafe Sequence
Eve Bruce was:
Portrait of Susan CarrSusan Carr
3rd Young Lady - Cafe Sequence
Susan Carr was:
Portrait of Paul PotashPaul Potash
Hippie - Cafe Sequence
Paul Potash was:
Portrait of Stuart NisbetStuart Nisbet
Man of the Cloth - Cafe Sequence
Stuart Nisbet was:
Portrait of Patty ElderPatty Elder
Waitress - Cafe Sequence
Patty Elder was:
Portrait of George JueGeorge Jue
Chinese Store Proprietor
George Jue was:
Portrait of Arthur PetersonArthur Peterson
Priest
Arthur Peterson was:
Portrait of Mary GregoryMary Gregory
Sister Mary Alice
Mary Gregory was:
Portrait of Larry HankinLarry Hankin
Supermarket Clerk
Larry Hankin was:
Portrait of Lawrence HellerLawrence Heller
Medical Assistant
Lawrence Heller was:
Portrait of Marti LitisMarti Litis
Hospital Nurse
Marti Litis was:
Portrait of Harry HolcombeHarry Holcombe
Judge
Harry Holcombe was:
Portrait of Leon AltonLeon Alton
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Leon Alton was:
Portrait of Billy BeckBilly Beck
Short Man in Cafe (uncredited)
Billy Beck was:
Portrait of George BoyceGeorge Boyce
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
George Boyce was:
Portrait of Paul BradleyPaul Bradley
Club Patron (uncredited)
Paul Bradley was:
Portrait of Charles CirilloCharles Cirillo
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Charles Cirillo was:
Portrait of Marla GibbsMarla Gibbs
Movie Patron (uncredited)
Marla Gibbs was:
Portrait of Paul KingPaul King
Club Patron (uncredited)
Paul King was:
Portrait of Joseph La CavaJoseph La Cava
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava was:
Portrait of Esther Ying LeeEsther Ying Lee
Club Patron (uncredited)
Esther Ying Lee was:
Portrait of Leoda RichardsLeoda Richards
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Leoda Richards was:
Portrait of Al RobertsAl Roberts
Club Patron (uncredited)
Al Roberts was:
Portrait of Jeffrey SayreJeffrey Sayre
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre was:
Portrait of Norman StevansNorman Stevans
Club Patron (uncredited)
Norman Stevans was:
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