Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +]

March 24, 2012, Mystery Photo

And here’s a mystery lady from the amazing collection of Steven Bibb!

March 26, 2012, Mystery Photo

And here’s another picture of our mystery lady.

Perhaps this photo will be a clue (Warning: not safe for vegans).

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
This entry was posted in Film, Hollywood, Mystery Photo, Photography and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

22 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +]

  1. Gary Martin says:

    well, to start, how’s about Nina Foch.


  2. Jeff Martin says:

    This is a very weird picture of Nina Foch.


  3. Mike Hawks says:

    This looks like Constance Bennett on speed.


  4. A pre-femme-fatate, Nina Foch trying to become Judy Garland?


  5. Gary Martin says:

    Signe Hasso.


  6. dewey webb says:

    whoever she is, looks like spawn of Constance Bennett and Cara Williams, circa 1952


  7. Don Danard says:

    Just a guess, but is this a grown-up Mitzi Green?


  8. Gary Martin says:

    Faye Emerson in a candid moment.


  9. Gary Martin says:

    After photo number two there should not be any mystery whatsoever …Academy Award Nominee …Singing in the Rain …Jean Hagen …and should have been winner!!!


  10. Mary Mallory says:

    It says error when you click on the link.


  11. Gary Martin says:

    I haven’t been very lucky with this one. But I’ll give it one more try: Geene Courtney?


  12. Wm. Stansel says:

    Geene Courtney.


  13. Gregory Moore says:

    Aww…that one was no fair! Even after seeing her name on pic #3 and doing a full Google search, I STILL don’t know who in heck she was—other than the Sausage Queen of 1955!


  14. dewey webb says:



  15. Gary Martin says:

    Dis I need the full name? She is interred as Geene Courtney Radko James. Yes? Better?


  16. Mary Mallory says:

    Well, we all got it after seeing the name posted under the photo. That was a giveaway.


  17. Gary Martin says:

    Good. She ran out of names!


    • Wm. Stansel says:

      Gary…Re: “ran out of names”. In the spirit of fun & this puzzle was certainly a new challenge, I submit that you left out her birth (real-original) name. Vernice Radko. So we could say Vernice Geene Courtney Radko-James. (yes there is sometimes the hyphen.) & I am omitting another surname from a marriage/divorce she didnt seem to use. (Ottinger). Cheers!


  18. Benito says:

    If we could only introduce the Sausage Queen to the “Weenie King” [wacky millionaire in The Palm Beach Story, 1942].


Leave a Reply. Note: Your IP is logged with your comment so a fake name and email address are useless.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s