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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

From This Day Forward

From This Day Forward

Release Date: 1946-03-02 (75 years ago)
Joan Fontaine
Susan Cummings
Joan Fontaine was:
Mark Stevens
Bill Cummings
Mark Stevens was:
Rosemary DeCamp
Martha Beesley
Rosemary DeCamp was:
Harry Morgan
Hank Beesley
Harry Morgan was:
Wally Brown
Jake Beesley
Wally Brown was:
Arline Judge
Margie Beesley
Arline Judge was:
Renny McEvoy
Charlie Beesley
Renny McEvoy was:
Bobby Driscoll
Timmy Beesley
Bobby Driscoll was:
Mary Treen
Alice Beesley
Mary Treen was:
Doreen McCann
Barbara Beesley
Doreen McCann was:
Erskine Sanford
Mr. Higgler
Erskine Sanford was:
Queenie Smith
Mrs. Beesley
Queenie Smith was:
Carol Forman
Counselor in Unemployment Office
Carol Forman was:
Polly Bailey
Manageress
Polly Bailey was:
Bobby Barber
Ice Man
Bobby Barber was:
John Barton
Bartender
John Barton was:
Guy Beach
Magistrate
Guy Beach was:
Chet Brandenburg
Pedestrian on Sidewalk
Chet Brandenburg was:
Charles Campbell
Clerk
Charles Campbell was:
Doria Caron
Dispatcher
Doria Caron was:
William Challee
Pawnbroker
William Challee was:
Ellen Corby
Mother
Ellen Corby was:
Russell Custer
Police Officer
Russell Custer was:
Johnny Duncan
Young Lieutenant
Johnny Duncan was:
Ralph Dunn
Bailiff
Ralph Dunn was:
Blake Edwards
Night Club Patron
Blake Edwards was:
Virginia Engels
Woman in Window
Virginia Engels was:
Jack Gargan
Milkman
Jack Gargan was:
Sally Gordon
Girl on Bridge
Sally Gordon was:
Vincent Graeff
Boy
Vincent Graeff was:
Erick Hanson
Attorney
Erick Hanson was:
Manny Harmon
Orchestra Leader
Manny Harmon was:
Alf Haugen
Man in Bar
Alf Haugen was:
Timmy Hawkins
Boy
Timmy Hawkins was:
Pat Hennigan
Boy
Pat Hennigan was:
Jimmie Horan
Man in Line
Jimmie Horan was:
John Indrisano
John
John Indrisano was:
Milton Kibbee
Factory Foreman
Milton Kibbee was:
Ethan Laidlaw
Worker
Ethan Laidlaw was:
Sam Lufkin
Husband
Sam Lufkin was:
Tex Mooney
Bouncer
Tex Mooney was:
Ida Moore
Hairdresser
Ida Moore was:
Mike Morelli
Mike
Mike Morelli was:
Frances Morris
Hoffman's Secretary
Frances Morris was:
Theodore Newton
Mr. Brewer
Theodore Newton was:
Tommy Noonan
Maxie
Tommy Noonan was:
Anton Northpole
Anton
Anton Northpole was:
Moroni Olsen
Tim Bagley
Moroni Olsen was:
Rose Plumer
Mrs. Gumel
Rose Plumer was:
Patricia Prest
Little Girl
Patricia Prest was:
Bill Raisch
Man in Employment Office / Bar Patron
Bill Raisch was:
Joey Ray
District Attorney
Joey Ray was:
Amelia Romano
Nurse
Amelia Romano was:
Shimen Ruskin
Artist in Shop
Shimen Ruskin was:
Lucille Sayre
Dance Instructor
Lucille Sayre was:
Doreen Tryden
Singer
Doreen Tryden was:
Charles Wagenheim
Hoffman
Charles Wagenheim was:
Alan Ward
Detective
Alan Ward was:
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