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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Afraid to Talk

Afraid to Talk

Release Date: Thursday, December 1 1932 (89 years ago)
Portrait of Eric LindenEric Linden
Eddie Martin
Eric Linden was:
Portrait of Sidney FoxSidney Fox
Peggy Martin
Sidney Fox was:
Portrait of Tully MarshallTully Marshall
District Attorney. Anderson
Tully Marshall was:
Portrait of Louis CalhernLouis Calhern
Asst. District Attorney John Wade
Louis Calhern was:
Portrait of George MeekerGeorge Meeker
Lenny Collins
George Meeker was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Jake Stranskey
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Berton ChurchillBerton Churchill
Mayor William 'Billy' Manning
Berton Churchill was:
Portrait of Edward ArnoldEdward Arnold
Jig Skelli
Edward Arnold was:
Portrait of Mayo MethotMayo Methot
Marge Winters
Mayo Methot was:
Portrait of Matt McHughMatt McHugh
Joe Skelli
Matt McHugh was:
Portrait of Joyce ComptonJoyce Compton
Alice - Party Girl
Joyce Compton was:
Portrait of King BaggotKing Baggot
Police Officer (uncredited)
King Baggot was:
Portrait of Walter BrennanWalter Brennan
Protester Sign Carrier (uncredited)
Walter Brennan was:
Portrait of Lita ChevretLita Chevret
Molly (uncredited)
Lita Chevret was:
Portrait of Dorothy GrangerDorothy Granger
Kippie - Party Girl (uncredited)
Dorothy Granger was:
Portrait of Ben TaggartBen Taggart
Detective Burke (uncredited)
Ben Taggart was:
Portrait of Thomas E. JacksonThomas E. Jackson
Deputy Benchley
Thomas E. Jackson was:
Portrait of Frank SheridanFrank Sheridan
Police Commissioner Garvey
Frank Sheridan was:
Portrait of Ian MaclarenIan Maclaren
Chief Frank Hyers
Ian Maclaren was:
Portrait of Gustav von SeyffertitzGustav von Seyffertitz
Attorney Harry Berger
Gustav von Seyffertitz was:
Portrait of Reginald BarlowReginald Barlow
Judge MacMurray
Reginald Barlow was:
Portrait of Edward MartindelEdward Martindel
Major Jamison
Edward Martindel was:
Portrait of John InceJohn Ince
Bill (detective)
John Ince was:
Portrait of George ChandlerGeorge Chandler
Pete (bellhop)
George Chandler was:
Portrait of Arthur HousmanArthur Housman
Archie (drunk)
Arthur Housman was:
Portrait of Joe BonomoJoe Bonomo
Party Guest
Joe Bonomo was:
Portrait of Lynton BrentLynton Brent
Wade's Secretary
Lynton Brent was:
Portrait of Ralph BrooksRalph Brooks
Reporter
Ralph Brooks was:
Portrait of Thomas CarriganThomas Carrigan
Burns
Thomas Carrigan was:
Portrait of G. Pat CollinsG. Pat Collins
Detective Archie Quinn
G. Pat Collins was:
Portrait of Kernan CrippsKernan Cripps
Arresting Detective
Kernan Cripps was:
Portrait of Jack DoughertyJack Dougherty
Third-Degree Detective
Jack Dougherty was:
Portrait of Jimmie DundeeJimmie Dundee
Cab Driver
Jimmie Dundee was:
Portrait of James EaglesJames Eagles
Sam - Bellhop
James Eagles was:
Portrait of Jim FarleyJim Farley
Police Sergeant
Jim Farley was:
Portrait of William FarrelWilliam Farrel
Third-Degree Detective #1
William Farrel was:
Portrait of Olin FrancisOlin Francis
Prison Hospital Guard
Olin Francis was:
Portrait of Clarence GeldartClarence Geldart
Third-Degree Doctor
Clarence Geldart was:
Portrait of Charles GiblynCharles Giblyn
Doctor
Charles Giblyn was:
Portrait of Huntley GordonHuntley Gordon
Governor
Huntley Gordon was:
Portrait of Julia GriffithJulia Griffith
Dignitary on Dais
Julia Griffith was:
Portrait of Pat HarmonPat Harmon
Prison Patient
Pat Harmon was:
Portrait of Robert HomansRobert Homans
Bill McGuire - Third-Degree Detective
Robert Homans was:
Portrait of Perry IvinsPerry Ivins
Unemployed Man
Perry Ivins was:
Portrait of Gladden JamesGladden James
Reporter
Gladden James was:
Portrait of Lew KellyLew Kelly
Mailman
Lew Kelly was:
Portrait of William J. KellyWilliam J. Kelly
Third-Degree Detective
William J. Kelly was:
Portrait of Colin KennyColin Kenny
Dignitary on Dais
Colin Kenny was:
Portrait of Fred Kohler Jr.Fred Kohler Jr.
Max - Elevator Operator
Fred Kohler Jr. was:
Portrait of Lew MeehanLew Meehan
Jail Official
Lew Meehan was:
Portrait of Monte MontagueMonte Montague
Electrician
Monte Montague was:
Portrait of Frances MorrisFrances Morris
Miss Sheridan - Nurse
Frances Morris was:
Portrait of Robert MorrisRobert Morris
Third-Degree Detective #2
Robert Morris was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Taxi Driver
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Alexander PollardAlexander Pollard
Party Waiter
Alexander Pollard was:
Portrait of Hal PriceHal Price
Arresting Detective
Hal Price was:
Portrait of Lorin RakerLorin Raker
Mike
Lorin Raker was:
Portrait of Jack RichardsonJack Richardson
Editor
Jack Richardson was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Protester with Sign
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Philip SleemanPhilip Sleeman
Prison Patient
Philip Sleeman was:
Portrait of Emma TanseyEmma Tansey
Old Lady
Emma Tansey was:
Portrait of Harry TenbrookHarry Tenbrook
Spike - Henchman
Harry Tenbrook was:
Portrait of Edward ThomasEdward Thomas
Bartender
Edward Thomas was:
Portrait of William WagnerWilliam Wagner
Reporter
William Wagner was:
Portrait of Allen WoodAllen Wood
Bellhop
Allen Wood was:
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