Test Pilot 84 years old

They're yours... in a heart-walloping love story!

Test Pilot

Jim is a test pilot. His wife Ann and best friend Gunner try their best to keep him sober. But the life of a test pilot is anything but safe.

Credits

Test Pilot Cast

Name Character
Clark Gable He was 37, 59 years old when he died as Jim
Marjorie Main She was 48, 85 years old when she died as Landlady
Myrna Loy She was 32, 88 years old when she died as Ann
Lionel Barrymore He was 59, 76 years old when he died as Howard B. Drake
Gloria Holden She was 34, 87 years old when she died as Mrs. Benson
Virginia Grey She was 21, 87 years old when she died as Sarah
Spencer Tracy He was 38, 67 years old when he died as Gunner
Lulu Mae Bohrman as Saleslady
Claire McDowell She was 60, 88 years old when she died as Funeral Home Associate (uncredited)
Louis Jean Heydt He was 35, 56 years old when he died as Benson
Arthur Aylesworth He was 54, 62 years old when he died as Mr. Barton
Ted Pearson He was 9, now 75 years old as Joe
Priscilla Lawson She was 24, 44 years old when she died as Mable
Samuel S. Hinds He was 63, 73 years old when he died as General Ross
Claudia Coleman as Mrs. Barton

Test Pilot Crew

Name Department
Louis D. Lighton as Producer. He was 42 (67) years old when He died Production
Franz Waxman as Original Music Composer. He was 31 (60) years old when He died Sound
Ray June as Director of Photography. He was 43 (63) years old when He died Camera
Waldemar Young as Screenplay. He was 59 (60) years old when He died Writing
A. Arnold Gillespie as Special Effects. He was 38 (78) years old when He died Crew
Cedric Gibbons as Art Direction. He was 45 (67) years old when He died Art
Frank Wead as Original Story. He was 42 (52) years old when He died Writing
Douglas Shearer as Sound Director. He was 38 (71) years old when He died Sound
Vincent Lawrence as Screenplay. He was 48 (57) years old when He died Writing
Tom Held as Editor. He was 48 (72) years old when He died Editing
Test Pilot poster
Test Pilot (84 years)

They're yours... in a heart-walloping love story!

  • Release day: Saturday, April 16, 1938
  • Runtime: 118 minutes