Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

  April 24, 2011, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  

[Update: June 11, 1936 — Franchot Tone and Robert Greig in a comedy sequence in MGM's "The Unguarded Hour," directed by Sam Wood. Loretta Young plays the heroine in the Lawrence Weingarten production.]

Our mystery fellow has a mystery companion!

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9 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

  1. Peter Mullan says:

    Franchot Tone (left), Eric Blore (right)

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  2. fibber mcgee says:

    Wow, Sunday’s photo sure beats the pants off of me. Molly says I should keep my shirt on. The two actors look like they are having one of their little spats.

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  3. Mary mallory says:

    Franchot tone and Robert Greig in THE UNGUARDED HOUR.

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  4. Julie Merholz says:

    Franchot Tone & Robert Greig

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  5. Cold in PHX says:

    Franchot with the butler from Sullivan’s Travels.

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  6. RJ says:

    Franchot Tone & Eric Blore. Blore was great in Sullivan’s Travels . “It (poverty) is to be stayed away from, even for purposes of study. It is to be shunned.”

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  7. Mark Heimback-Nielsen says:

    Franchot Tone (left) and Robert Greig (right) possibly in “Midnight Mary”?

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  8. Rick Scott says:

    Franchot Tone and Robert Grieg. Eric Blore was shorter and his lower lip would be out twice as far!

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  9. PatriceLAT says:

    I love old movies, watch nearly nothing other than TCM but you always stump me! I was so pleased to think I finally knew one and then read you were making it easy for the holiday!!!
    Franchot Tone I knew. I had to look up Robert Greig’s name. He was one of the great butlers, but I think Eric Blore was probably my favorite.

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