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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of A Woman's Secret

A Woman's Secret

Release Date: Thursday, January 13 1949 (73 years ago)
Portrait of Maureen O'HaraMaureen O'Hara
Marian Washburn
Maureen O'Hara was:
Portrait of Melvyn DouglasMelvyn Douglas
Luke Jordan
Melvyn Douglas was:
Portrait of Gloria GrahameGloria Grahame
Susan Caldwell / Estrellita
Gloria Grahame was:
Portrait of Bill WilliamsBill Williams
Lee Crenshaw
Bill Williams was:
Portrait of Victor JoryVictor Jory
Brook Matthews
Victor Jory was:
Portrait of Mary PhilipsMary Philips
Mrs. Mary Fowler
Mary Philips was:
Portrait of Jay C. FlippenJay C. Flippen
Police Insp. Jim Fowler
Jay C. Flippen was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Assistant District Attorney Roberts
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Curt ConwayCurt Conway
Curt Conway was:
Portrait of Ann ShoemakerAnn Shoemaker
Mrs. Matthews, Brook's Mother
Ann Shoemaker was:
Portrait of Virginia FarmerVirginia Farmer
Mollie the Washburn Maid
Virginia Farmer was:
Portrait of Ellen CorbyEllen Corby
Nurse who reads paper to Susan
Ellen Corby was:
Portrait of Emory ParnellEmory Parnell
Police Lieutenant at Desk
Emory Parnell was:
Portrait of Fred AldrichFred Aldrich
Policeman (Uncredited)
Fred Aldrich was:
Portrait of C. BakaleinikoffC. Bakaleinikoff
Studio Recording Session Conductor (Uncredited)
C. Bakaleinikoff was:
Portrait of Guy BeachGuy Beach
Policeman (Uncredited)
Guy Beach was:
Portrait of Conrad BinyonConrad Binyon
Tommy (Uncredited)
Conrad Binyon was:
Portrait of Oliver BlakeOliver Blake
Mr. Pierson (Uncredited)
Oliver Blake was:
Portrait of Raymond BondRaymond Bond
Dr. Ferris (Uncredited)
Raymond Bond was:
Portrait of Eddie BordenEddie Borden
Ship's Waiter (Uncredited)
Eddie Borden was:
Portrait of Tom ColemanTom Coleman
Policeman (Uncredited)
Tom Coleman was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Ship's Passenger (Uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Bert DavidsonBert Davidson
Radio Director (Uncredited)
Bert Davidson was:
Portrait of Marcel De La BrosseMarcel De La Brosse
French Baker (Uncredited)
Marcel De La Brosse was:
Portrait of George DouglasGeorge Douglas
Policeman (Uncredited)
George Douglas was:
Portrait of John GoldsworthyJohn Goldsworthy
Harold (Uncredited)
John Goldsworthy was:
Portrait of Paul GuilfoylePaul Guilfoyle
Radio Program Moderator (Uncredited)
Paul Guilfoyle was:
Portrait of Alvin HammerAlvin Hammer
Fred (Uncredited)
Alvin Hammer was:
Portrait of John LaingJohn Laing
WLR Radio Announcer (Uncredited)
John Laing was:
Portrait of Rory MallinsonRory Mallinson
Police Lt. Benson (Uncredited)
Rory Mallinson was:
Portrait of Frank MarloweFrank Marlowe
Reporter (Uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Portrait of Alphonse MartellAlphonse Martell
Algerian Waiter (Uncredited)
Alphonse Martell was:
Portrait of Ralph MontgomeryRalph Montgomery
News Photographer (Uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery was:
Portrait of Forbes MurrayForbes Murray
Mr. Emory (Uncredited)
Forbes Murray was:
Portrait of Norman NesbittNorman Nesbitt
Announcer (Uncredited)
Norman Nesbitt was:
Portrait of John ParrishJohn Parrish
Professor Paul Camelli (Uncredited)
John Parrish was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
District Attorney's Office Clerk (Uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of 'Snub' Pollard'Snub' Pollard
Stagehand (Uncredited)
'Snub' Pollard was:
Portrait of Scott SeatonScott Seaton
Show Spectator (Uncredited)
Scott Seaton was:
Portrait of Mickey SimpsonMickey Simpson
Hotel Policeman Guard (Uncredited)
Mickey Simpson was:
Portrait of Charles WagenheimCharles Wagenheim
Algerian Piano Player (Uncredited)
Charles Wagenheim was:
Portrait of Lynn WhitneyLynn Whitney
Actress (Uncredited)
Lynn Whitney was:
Portrait of Dan FosterDan Foster
Stage Manager (Uncredited)
Dan Foster was:
Portrait of Donna GibsonDonna Gibson
Girl (Uncredited)
Donna Gibson was:
Portrait of Frederic NayFrederic Nay
Ship's Master of Ceremonies (Uncredited)
Frederic Nay was:
Portrait of Bill PuringtonBill Purington
Intern (Uncredited)
Bill Purington was:
Portrait of Jack RourkeJack Rourke
Announcer (Uncredited)
Jack Rourke was:
Portrait of Ralph SteinRalph Stein
Mr. Harris (Uncredited)
Ralph Stein was:
Portrait of Evelyn UnderwoodEvelyn Underwood
Girl (Uncredited)
Evelyn Underwood was:
Portrait of Loreli VitekLoreli Vitek
Waitress (Uncredited)
Loreli Vitek was:
Portrait of Bernice YoungBernice Young
Nurse (Uncredited)
Bernice Young was:
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