Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated ++++)

Dec. 10, 2012, Mystery Photo

Here’s our mystery chap for Monday in a mystery film….

Dec. 11, 2012, Mystery Photo

And here is Tuesday’s mystery fellow. Monday’s mystery fellow has been identified by Michael Ryerson, Mike Hawks, Don Danard, Grant Lockhart and Mary Mallory. Congrats!

Dec. 12, 2012, mystery photo

And here’s Wednesday’s mystery figure.

Please congratulate Herb Nichols, L.C., Don Danard and Jenny M. for identifying Tuesday’s mystery fellow and Grant Lockhart for identifying him and the movie.

Dec. 13, 2012, Mystery Photo

Here’s two more mystery (not!) folks from our mystery film.

Wednesday’s mystery woman was identified by Roget-L.A., Patrick, Grant Lockhart,  Rick, Patricia van Hartesveldt and  Rick Scott.

The mystery movie and mystery cast have been identified by Dewey Webb, Mike Hawks, Herb Nichols, Don Danard, Gary Martin and Patrick.


I think everybody has figured it out by now – or they will with today’s (not) mystery guest.

I’m a sucker for the Gorilla Man-Slayer!!!


Yes, the movie is “Scandal Sheet!”

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42 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated ++++)

  1. Tim Doherty says:

    Bruce Cabot?


  2. Benito says:

    Sterling Hayden, 1950s.


  3. william says:

    Morgan Conway


  4. Jenny M says:

    Louis Jean Heydt


  5. Mike Hawks says:

    The man is James Millican.


  6. Don Danard says:

    James Millican


  7. Don Danard says:

    Forgot to mention …. movie is “I Was a Communist for the FBI”. (I think)


  8. Gary Martin says:

    Taking a wild guess …not so unusual for me …Bruce Bennett in Undertow.


  9. Grant Lockhart says:

    James Millican in I Was A Communist For The FBI (1951)


  10. dewey webb says:

    Bruce Bennett


  11. Jenny M says:

    Leif Erickson


  12. Tuesday looks like Minor Watson to me.


  13. LC says:

    Second photo – Henry O’Neill


  14. Grant Lockhart says:

    SCANDAL SHEET aka THE DARK PAGE (1952). Mystery Man #1 is James Millican and Mystery Man #2 is Henry O’Neill.


  15. Don Danard says:

    The latest Mystery Man is Henry O’Neill


  16. dewey webb says:

    Theodore Newton


  17. Jenny M says:

    Tuesday’s mystery man is Henry O’Neill.


  18. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Wednesday’s mystery guest is Rosemary DeCamp (again?)


  19. dewey webb says:

    Rosemary DeCamp in Sam Fuller’s Scandal Sheet


  20. Patrick says:

    Wednesday=Rosemary DeCamp


  21. dewey webb says:

    1st mystery mug, James Millican; 2nd, Henry O’Neill


  22. Mike Hawks says:

    #2 is Henry O’Neill, #3 Rosemary DeCamp. The movie SCANDAL SHEET 1952.


  23. Grant Lockhart says:

    Wednesday’s mystery figure is Rosemary DeCamp.


  24. Rick says:

    today’s is Rosemary DeCamp


  25. Don Danard says:

    Rosemary De Camp in “Scandal Sheet” which also feature the two previous Mystery Guests.
    (OK, I cheated and looked it up!)


  26. Patricia van Hartesveldt says:

    Wednesday: Rosemary DeCamp?
    Tuesday: Cecil Kellaway?


  27. Gary Martin says:

    Rosemary Decamp makes it easier …thank you. 1,) James Millican, 2.) Henry O’neill, and 3.) Rosemary De and Broderick Crawford. Scandal Sheet. As a wild guess I should have suspected we were still on a Samuel Fuller jag.


  28. Patrick says:

    Scandal Sheet


  29. Rick Scott says:

    Tuesday’s answer is Henry O’Neill. Wednesday should be too soon for Rosemary DeCamp again, but….


  30. dewey webb says:

    Donna Reed, John Derek


  31. Mike Hawks says:

    Yes, Donna Reed and John Derek.


  32. Gary Martin says:

    …just to maintain my status …Donna Reed and John Derek….


  33. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Thursday’s mystery woman is Donna Reed. The mystery man I don’t know.


  34. Mary Mallory says:

    The film is SCANDAL SHEET. Tuesday was Henry O’Neill, Wednesday Rosemary DeCamp, today Donna Reed and John Derek.


  35. Bob Levinson says:

    Going for four out of five: Henry O’Neil, Rosemary DeKamp, Donna Reed, John Derek


  36. Mike Hawks says:

    And finally, Broderick Crawford.


  37. Mike Botula says:

    I instantly recognized James Millican as the heavy in just about every western and crime drama I ever saw at our local Saturday movie matinees when I was a little kid. Problem was I never knew his name until you posted his “Mystery Photo.” After finding the name, I looked him up and read that he played in films from the ’30s through the ’50s. After films, he went into television. So, it wasn’t my youthful imagination that he was there on the screen just about every time I went to the movies or turned on our B&W TV set back in the 1950s.


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