Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +++]

Aug. 30, 2012, Mystery Photo

Here’s another photo from the collection of Steven Bibb!

All three identified (plus the movie) by Don Danard, Dewey Webb, Mike Hawks and Eve Golden. Plus Mary Mallory.

2/3 right: (Mary Mallory), Jo Anne and Gregory Moore,

Mystery fellow on left identified by Gary Martin, Harried Costumer, Arye Michael Bender,
Sarah and Rick Scott.

Aug. 31, 2012, Mystery Photo

Here are some more photos of our mystery woman!

Sept. 1, 2012, Mystery Photo

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Sept. 4, 2012, Mystery Photo

Here’s our mystery gal with a mystery guest.

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24 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +++]

  1. Gary Martin says:

    F. Hugh Herbert and Dick Powell with …Clair Dodd? …in Footlight Parade?

  2. Hugh Herbert on the left, yes?

  3. aryedirect says:

    Hugh Herbert always grabs my attention. He was also quite a successful writer. When he wrote, he placed the initial F. in front of his name.

  4. dewey webb says:

    Hugh Herbert

  5. Don Danard says:

    Hugh Herbert, Phyllis Brooks and Roger Pryor in “To Beat the Band”.

  6. dewey webb says:

    HH w/ Phyllis Brooks and Roger Pryor in To Beat the Band

  7. Mike Hawks says:

    Hugh Herbert, Phyllis Brooks and Roger Pryor in TO BEAT THE BAND 1935.

  8. Eve Golden says:

    Why, it’s Hugh Herbert, Phyllis Brooks and Roger Pryor in “To Beat the Band!”

  9. Mary Mallory says:

    It’s Hugh Herbert, Joy Hodges, and Roger Pryor in TO BEAT THE BAND.

  10. Ed says:

    Looks like Hugh Herbert and melvyn douglas

  11. Jo Anne says:

    Hugh Herbert, don’t woman and Roger Pryor

  12. Jo Anne says:

    Meant to say do not place woman

  13. Sarah says:

    Hugh Herbert and two other people. (Finally someone I can identify!)

  14. Gregory Moore says:

    Woo woo! Got it…it’s “To Beat the Band” (1935) with Hugh Herbert, Helen Broderick and Roger Pryor

  15. Rick Scott says:

    On the left is Hugh Herbert. The others, while familiar, elude me.

  16. Rick says:

    Hugh Herbert on the left

  17. Mary Mallory says:

    I had the film identified as TO BEAT THE BAND on Thursday, but it must be Phyllis Brooks.

  18. Gary Martin says:

    Surely that’s not Franklin Pangborn as a very young juvenile lead? He was never that young, was he?

  19. William says:

    Hugh Herbert, Carole Landis, Franklin Pangborn……”the Gold Diggers of Paris”

  20. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Photo 1: Hugh Herbert, Marjorie Reynolds and Gerald Oliver Smith in “Top of the Town” (1937); Photos 2-4: Marjorie Reynolds; Photo 5: Marjorie Reynolds and unidentified actor in unknown film.

  21. dewey webb says:

    Wallace Ford in Another Face

  22. dewey webb says:

    actor Hugh Herbert and writer F. Hugh Herbert were two different people, who were frequently confused by the public (the public was confused, not the men involved)

  23. Gary Martin says:

    In 1959, 60, 61, and 62 I worked in summer stock in Mass. and in Connecticut and I seem to remember that Phyllis Brooks was living near the theatre and that she appeared in one or some of the plays …she was referred to as a former movie star. In any event she certainly did not look like the woman in these photographs. My goodness, how many other once famous persons have I known?

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