The First Hundred Years 84 years old

Bob loves Virginia! Virginia loves Bob...but she's CRAZY about her career! A million laughs...as the love-sparks fly!

The First Hundred Years

David and Lynn are a happily married couple. When David gets his dream job in another state, Lynn, a high-powered executive, doesn't want to leave NYC and her job

Credits

The First Hundred Years Cast

Name Character
Roger Moore He was 10, 89 years old when he died as Ship's steward (uncredited)
Bodil Rosing She was 60, 64 years old when she died as Martha
Alan Dinehart He was 48, 54 years old when he died as Samuel Z. Walker
Binnie Barnes She was 34, 95 years old when she died as Claudia Weston
Lane Chandler He was 38, 73 years old when he died as Doorman (uncredited)
Lee Bowman He was 23, 64 years old when he died as George Wallace
Cyril Ring He was 45, 74 years old when he died as Night club patron (uncredited)
Warren William He was 43, 53 years old when he died as Harry Borden
Harry Davenport He was 72, 83 years old when he died as Uncle Dawson
Virginia Bruce She was 27, 71 years old when she died as Lynn Conway
Monte Vandergrift as Monte - organ installer (uncredited)
Jonathan Hale He was 46, 74 years old when he died as Judge Parker
Torben Meyer He was 53, 90 years old when he died as Karl
Rex Evans He was 34, 65 years old when he died as Reggie (uncredited)
Wally Maher He was 29, 43 years old when he died as Organ installer (uncredited)
Harry Strang He was 45, 79 years old when he died as Jerry - the boat workman (uncredited)
Nydia Westman She was 36, 68 years old when she died as Midge
Lee Phelps He was 44, 59 years old when he died as The Judge's clerk (uncredited)
Robert Montgomery He was 33, 77 years old when he died as David Conway
Bert Moorhouse He was 43, 59 years old when he died as Night club patron (uncredited)
Jean Fenwick She was 30, 91 years old when she died as Miss Moffat - Harry's secretary (uncredited)
Priscilla Lawson She was 24, 44 years old when she died as Mary Brown - Lynn's secretary (uncredited)
E. E. Clive He was 58, 60 years old when he died as Chester Blascomb
Irving Bacon He was 44, 71 years old when he died as Wilkins
Donald Briggs He was 27, 75 years old when he died as William Regan
Barbara Bedford She was 34, 78 years old when she died as Sadie (uncredited)

The First Hundred Years Crew

Name Department
Edwin B. Willis as Assistant Art Director. He was 45 (70) years old when He died Art
Joe Edmondson as Boom Operator. Sound
Joseph Ruttenberg as Director of Photography. He was 48 (93) years old when He died Camera
William Axt as Music Score Producer. He was 49 (70) years old when He died Sound
Urie McCleary as Assistant Art Director. He was 32 (75) years old when He died Art
Conrad A. Nervig as Editor. He was 48 (91) years old when He died Editing
Norman Krasna as Producer. He was 28 (74) years old when He died Production
Norman Krasna as Story. He was 28 (74) years old when He died Writing
Cedric Gibbons as Art Direction. He was 44 (67) years old when He died Art
Richard Thorpe as Director. He was 42 (95) years old when He died Directing
Douglas Shearer as Recording Supervision. He was 38 (71) years old when He died Sound
Melville Baker as Screenplay. He was 36 (56) years old when He died Writing
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The First Hundred Years (84 years)

Bob loves Virginia! Virginia loves Bob...but she's CRAZY about her career! A million laughs...as the love-sparks fly!

  • Release day: Saturday, March 12, 1938
  • Runtime: 73 minutes