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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Christmas in July

Christmas in July

Release Date: Friday, October 25 1940 (81 years ago)
Portrait of Dick PowellDick Powell
Jimmy McDonald
Dick Powell was:
Portrait of Ellen DrewEllen Drew
Betsy Casey
Ellen Drew was:
Portrait of Raymond WalburnRaymond Walburn
Mr Maxford
Raymond Walburn was:
Portrait of Alexander CarrAlexander Carr
Mr. Shindel
Alexander Carr was:
Portrait of William DemarestWilliam Demarest
Mr. Bildocker
William Demarest was:
Portrait of Ernest TruexErnest Truex
Mr. J.B. Baxter
Ernest Truex was:
Portrait of Franklin PangbornFranklin Pangborn
Don Hartman
Franklin Pangborn was:
Portrait of Harry HaydenHarry Hayden
Mr. Waterbury
Harry Hayden was:
Portrait of Rod CameronRod Cameron
Dick
Rod Cameron was:
Portrait of Adrian MorrisAdrian Morris
Tom
Adrian Morris was:
Portrait of Harry RosenthalHarry Rosenthal
Harry
Harry Rosenthal was:
Portrait of Georgia CaineGeorgia Caine
Mrs. MacDonald
Georgia Caine was:
Portrait of Ferike BorosFerike Boros
Mrs. Schwartz
Ferike Boros was:
Portrait of Torben MeyerTorben Meyer
Mr. Schmidt
Torben Meyer was:
Portrait of Julius TannenJulius Tannen
Mr. Zimmerman
Julius Tannen was:
Portrait of Al BridgeAl Bridge
Mr. Hillbeiner
Al Bridge was:
Portrait of Lucille WardLucille Ward
Mrs. Casey
Lucille Ward was:
Portrait of Victor PotelVictor Potel
Davenola Salesman
Victor Potel was:
Portrait of George AndersonGeorge Anderson
Mr. Jenkins (uncredited)
George Anderson was:
Portrait of Sam AshSam Ash
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Sam Ash was:
Portrait of Jan BuckinghamJan Buckingham
Ms. Pettypass (uncredited)
Jan Buckingham was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Coworker (uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Jimmy ConlinJimmy Conlin
Arbuster (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin was:
Portrait of Sayre DearingSayre Dearing
Coworker (uncredited)
Sayre Dearing was:
Portrait of Norah GaleNorah Gale
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Norah Gale was:
Portrait of Harry HollingsworthHarry Hollingsworth
Juror (uncredited)
Harry Hollingsworth was:
Portrait of Arthur HoytArthur Hoyt
Mild Juror (uncredited)
Arthur Hoyt was:
Portrait of Arthur Stuart HullArthur Stuart Hull
Cashier (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
Portrait of Stanley MackStanley Mack
Juror (uncredited)
Stanley Mack was:
Portrait of Hazel MarshallHazel Marshall
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Hazel Marshall was:
Portrait of Bob MayoBob Mayo
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Bob Mayo was:
Portrait of Eileen McAvoyEileen McAvoy
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Eileen McAvoy was:
Portrait of Esther MichelsonEsther Michelson
Sophie's Mother (uncredited)
Esther Michelson was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Cabbie Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Charles R. MooreCharles R. Moore
Porter in Maxford's Office (uncredited)
Charles R. Moore was:
Portrait of Frank MoranFrank Moran
Patrolman Murphy (uncredited)
Frank Moran was:
Portrait of Ned NortonNed Norton
Juror (uncredited)
Ned Norton was:
Portrait of Frank O'ConnorFrank O'Connor
Juror (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
Portrait of June PrestonJune Preston
Little Singing Blond Girl (uncredited)
June Preston was:
Portrait of Gus ReedGus Reed
Juror (uncredited)
Gus Reed was:
Portrait of Georges RenaventGeorges Renavent
Office Door Sign-Painter (uncredited)
Georges Renavent was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Coworker (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Dewey RobinsonDewey Robinson
Large Juror (uncredited)
Dewey Robinson was:
Portrait of Jack SheaJack Shea
Coworker (uncredited)
Jack Shea was:
Portrait of Sheila SheldonSheila Sheldon
Sophie (uncredited)
Sheila Sheldon was:
Portrait of C.L. SherwoodC.L. Sherwood
Elevator Operator at End (uncredited)
C.L. Sherwood was:
Portrait of Walter SoderlingWalter Soderling
Weary Juror (uncredited)
Walter Soderling was:
Portrait of Douglas SpencerDouglas Spencer
Man Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Douglas Spencer was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Mr. Babcock (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Kay StewartKay Stewart
Secretary (uncredited)
Kay Stewart was:
Portrait of Preston SturgesPreston Sturges
Man at Shoeshine Stand (uncredited)
Preston Sturges was:
Portrait of Alice ThomasAlice Thomas
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Alice Thomas was:
Portrait of Fred 'Snowflake' ToonesFred 'Snowflake' Toones
Sam (uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones was:
Portrait of Cheryl WalkerCheryl Walker
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Cheryl Walker was:
Portrait of Dorothy WardDorothy Ward
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Dorothy Ward was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Juror (uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Pat WestPat West
Man with Phone (uncredited)
Pat West was:
Portrait of Beal WongBeal Wong
Chinese Man Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Beal Wong was:
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