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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

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Release Date: Saturday, November 11 1933 (88 years ago)
Portrait of Ruth ChattertonRuth Chatterton
Alison Drake
Ruth Chatterton was:
Portrait of George BrentGeorge Brent
Jim Thorne
George Brent was:
Portrait of Lois WilsonLois Wilson
Harriet Brown
Lois Wilson was:
Portrait of Johnny Mack BrownJohnny Mack Brown
George P. Cooper
Johnny Mack Brown was:
Portrait of Ruth DonnellyRuth Donnelly
Miss Frothingham
Ruth Donnelly was:
Portrait of Ferdinand GottschalkFerdinand Gottschalk
Pettigrew
Ferdinand Gottschalk was:
Portrait of Phillip ReedPhillip Reed
Freddie Claybourne
Phillip Reed was:
Portrait of Gavin GordonGavin Gordon
Briggs
Gavin Gordon was:
Portrait of Kenneth ThomsonKenneth Thomson
Red
Kenneth Thomson was:
Portrait of Huey WhiteHuey White
Puggy
Huey White was:
Portrait of Douglass DumbrilleDouglass Dumbrille
George Mumford
Douglass Dumbrille was:
Portrait of Spencer ChartersSpencer Charters
Tom
Spencer Charters was:
Portrait of Rafaela OttianoRafaela Ottiano
Della, Alison's Maid (Uncredited)
Rafaela Ottiano was:
Portrait of Robert GreigRobert Greig
James, Alison's Main Butler (Uncredited)
Robert Greig was:
Portrait of Edward CooperEdward Cooper
James, Alison's Second Butler (Uncredited)
Edward Cooper was:
Portrait of Jean MuirJean Muir
Miss Joyce, Jim's Secretary (Uncredited)
Jean Muir was:
Portrait of Frank DarienFrank Darien
Ed, Comptroller (Uncredited)
Frank Darien was:
Portrait of Walter WalkerWalter Walker
Jarratt (Uncredited)
Walter Walker was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Attorney Bradley (Uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Charles C. WilsonCharles C. Wilson
Private Detective Falihee (Uncredited)
Charles C. Wilson was:
Portrait of Joseph CrehanJoseph Crehan
Police Lieutenant (Uncredited)
Joseph Crehan was:
Portrait of Tom CostelloTom Costello
Draftsman (Uncredited)
Tom Costello was:
Portrait of Irving BaconIrving Bacon
Gas Station Attendant (Uncredited)
Irving Bacon was:
Portrait of Harrison GreeneHarrison Greene
Man with Pig (Uncredited)
Harrison Greene was:
Portrait of Charley GrapewinCharley Grapewin
Drunk at Hamburger Stand (Uncredited)
Charley Grapewin was:
Portrait of Lew HarveyLew Harvey
Man Trying to Pick Up Alison (Uncredited)
Lew Harvey was:
Portrait of Robert McKenzieRobert McKenzie
Grocery Store Proprietor (Uncredited)
Robert McKenzie was:
Portrait of George OveyGeorge Ovey
Party Guest (Uncredited)
George Ovey was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Man with Thorne's Blueprint (Uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Juliet WareJuliet Ware
Red's Wife (Uncredited)
Juliet Ware was:
Portrait of King MojaveKing Mojave
Secretary (Uncredited)
King Mojave was:
Portrait of Ethel WalesEthel Wales
Alison's Secretary (Uncredited)
Ethel Wales was:
Portrait of Edmund BurnsEdmund Burns
Allison's Secretary (Uncredited)
Edmund Burns was:
Portrait of Dick WinslowDick Winslow
First Office Boy (Uncredited)
Dick Winslow was:
Portrait of George Offerman, Jr.George Offerman, Jr.
Gus, Office Boy (Uncredited)
George Offerman, Jr. was:
Portrait of Henry OthoHenry Otho
Shooting Gallery Onlooker (Uncredited)
Henry Otho was:
Portrait of Lester DorrLester Dorr
Shooting Gallery Onlooker (Uncredited)
Lester Dorr was:
Portrait of Edward KeaneEdward Keane
Department Head (Uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Portrait of William B. DavidsonWilliam B. Davidson
Department Head (Uncredited)
William B. Davidson was:
Portrait of Willard RobertsonWillard Robertson
Department Head (Uncredited)
Willard Robertson was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Board Member (Uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Henry HebertHenry Hebert
Board Member (Uncredited)
Henry Hebert was:
Portrait of Wallis ClarkWallis Clark
Board Member (Uncredited)
Wallis Clark was:
Portrait of Sidney De GraySidney De Gray
Board Member (Uncredited)
Sidney De Gray was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Board Member (Uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Emmett KingEmmett King
Board Member (Uncredited)
Emmett King was:
Portrait of Edmund BreeseEdmund Breese
Board Member (Uncredited)
Edmund Breese was:
Portrait of Eric WiltonEric Wilton
Footman (Uncredited)
Eric Wilton was:
Portrait of Vesey O'DavorenVesey O'Davoren
Footman (Uncredited)
Vesey O'Davoren was:
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