Mr. Imperium 71 years old

Mr. Imperium

A pretty singer/dancer is becoming an actress whereas the playboy crown prince is becoming a monarch. The both will have their clandestine romance interfered with by their changing circumstances.

Credits

Mr. Imperium Cast

Name Character
Marjorie Main She was 61, 85 years old when she died as Mrs. Cabot
Debbie Reynolds She was 18, 84 years old when she died as Gwen
Cedric Hardwicke He was 58, 71 years old when he died as Bernand
Lana Turner She was 30, 74 years old when she died as Fredda Barlo
Barry Sullivan He was 38, 81 years old when he died as Paul Hunter
Ann Codee She was 61, 71 years old when she died as Anna Pelan
Ezio Pinza He was 58, 64 years old when he died as Mr Imperium

Mr. Imperium Crew

Name Department
Edwin B. Willis as Set Decoration. He was 58 (70) years old when He died Art
Walter Plunkett as Costume Design. He was 48 (79) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Warren Newcombe as Special Effects. He was 56 (66) years old when He died Crew
Larry Germain as Hairstylist. He was 37 (67) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
William B. Gulick as Editor. Editing
Edwin H. Knopf as Producer. He was 51 (82) years old when He died Production
Edwin H. Knopf as Theatre Play. He was 51 (82) years old when He died Writing
Edwin H. Knopf as Screenplay. He was 51 (82) years old when He died Writing
Cedric Gibbons as Art Direction. He was 57 (67) years old when He died Art
Sydney Guilaroff as Hair Designer. He was 43 (89) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
William Tuttle as Makeup Designer. He was 38 (95) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Don Hartman as Director. He was 50 (57) years old when He died Directing
Don Hartman as Screenplay. He was 50 (57) years old when He died Writing
George White as Editor. He was 115 (162) years old when He died Editing
Johnny Green as Music Director. He was 42 (80) years old when He died Sound
Paul Groesse as Art Direction. He was 45 (81) years old when He died Art
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Mr. Imperium (71 years)

  • Release day: Friday, March 02, 1951
  • Runtime: 87 minutes