Movieland Mystery Photo — Update

 

  Dec. 12, 2010, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  

Update: This is Thelma Todd giving a surprise birthday party for Patsy Kelly on the set of "Sing, Sister, Sing." "Because of Patsy's particular fondness for condiments and sauces, Thelma used a 'catsup' motif for the party," according to the caption information. Please congratulate Dewey Webb, Mike Hawks, Gerald McCann, Barry O'Brien, Mary Mallory and Cold in Phoenix for identifying her!

  Dec. 24, 1935, Thelma Todd  

Dec. 24-27, 1935: Rumors, rumors and more rumors in the Thelma Todd case. Did she have lacerations on her throat? Did she appear to be drunk (recall that the autopsy found her blood-alcohol level to be 0.13%)? Who is the mysterious blonde seen in Hollywood?

And what did Todd mean when she said: "A great many changes are going to take place in my life by the first of the year?"

 

 

 

  Dec. 24, 1935, Thelma Todd  

  Dec. 24, 1935, Thelma Todd  

  Dec. 25, 1935, Thelma Todd  

  Dec. 25, 1935, Thelma Todd  

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  Dec. 26, 1935, Thelma Todd  

  Dec. 27, 1935, Thelma Todd  

  Dec. 27, 1935, Thelma Todd  

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8 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo — Update

  1. Dewey Webb says:

    Patsy Kelly

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  2. Mike Hawks says:

    That is Patsy Kelly to the right of Thelma.

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  3. Gerald McCann says:

    On the right, Patsy Kelly.

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  4. Julie Merholz says:

    Perhaps it’s time to let go of ThelmaTodd.

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  5. Barry O'Brien says:

    Are we supposed to ID mystery woman? I’m thinking Patsy Kelly.

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  6. Mary mallory says:

    That’s Patsy Kelly with Thelma. I’ve had computer problems so just saw this. Didn’t Hawks already get it?

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  7. Dewey Webb says:

    Patsy Kelly

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  8. Cold in PHX says:

    Looks like Thelma with Patsy Kelly.

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