Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

March 18, 2013, Mystery Photo

And here is Monday’s mystery guest.

March 19, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, a mystery musician…..

March 20, 2013, Mystery Photo

And here’s our mystery (not) fellow for Wednesday.

Please congratulate Dewey Webb and Pat in Michigan for identifying the mystery cast and the movie. Tuesday’s mystery woman has been identified by Jenny M, Julie Merholz (welcome back!!), Don Danard, Bob Hansen and Rick Scott.

March 21, 2013, Mystery Photo
And if you thought yesterday was easy….

Our mystery movie and the cast have been identified by Pat in Michigan, L.C., Mary Mallory, Grant Lockhart, Mike Hawks, VAlleDave, Patrick and Rick Scott. The aptly named mystery fellow from yesterday was identified by Don Danard,  Gary Martin and Jenny M.

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And the mystery fellow you have been expecting….

Our mystery movie and cast have been identified by Gary Martin, Don Danard, William, Julie Merholz and Richard Wegescheide. John Campbell has identified Wednesday’s aptly named mystery fellow.

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

  1. Cal and Lulu says:

    Lucille Ball?

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  2. gary martin says:

    Lena Lamont in The Dancing Cavalier …just saw it twice this weekend.

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  3. William says:

    Arlene Dahl

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  4. Mary Mallory says:

    Lorna Gray/Adrian Booth?

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  5. Don Danard says:

    Likely incorrect, but she looks rather like Helen Mack

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  6. Diane Ely says:

    Pre-I Love Lucy Lucille Ball?

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  7. Jenny M says:

    Frances Farmer

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  8. Mary Mallory says:

    Steffi Duna and Anita Louise in ANTHONY ADVERSE?

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  9. dewey webb says:

    Tues: Frances Farmer

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  10. juliemerholz says:

    Tuesday’s mystery guest is Francis Farmer

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  11. juliemerholz says:

    Frances Farmer

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  12. Don Danard says:

    Today’s Musical Lady is the ill-fated Frances Farmer

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  13. dewey webb says:

    Toast of New York (Monday’s gal was Thelma Leeds)

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  14. Don Danare says:

    After some digging around, would Monday’s Mystery Lady happen to be Olympe Bradna?

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  15. Bob Hansen says:

    That’s Frances Farmer playing the harp.

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  16. Rick Scott says:

    Tuesday looks a lot like Frances Farmer from Come and Get It (don’t remember the harp). Would Monday be Andrea Leeds from the same film?

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  17. Pat in Michigan says:

    Thelma Leeds and Frances Farmer in “The Toast of New York”?

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  18. Jenny M says:

    Donald Meek

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  19. Mary Mallory says:

    Today is Donald Meek.

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  20. LC says:

    Thelma Leeds, Frances Farmer and Donald Meek in The Toast of New York (1937).

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  21. Mary Mallory says:

    Thelma Leeds and Frances Farmer in TOAST OF NEW YORK.

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  22. Grant Lockhart says:

    Thelma Leeds, Frances Farmer and Donald Meek in THE TOAST OF NEW YORK (1937)

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  23. Mike Hawks says:

    Our lady for monday should be Thelma Leeds and for tuesday of course, Frances Farmer and today Donald meek all from TOAST OF NEW YORK 1937.

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  24. gary martin says:

    yes, donald meek is no mystery.

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  25. ValleDave says:

    Thelma Leeds, Frances Farmer, Donald Meek in “The Toast of New York.”

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  26. Don Danard says:

    Good ol’ Donald Meek … mit beard!

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  27. juliemerholz says:

    Wednesday is Donald Meek

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  28. juliemerholz says:

    Wednesday, Donald Meek

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  29. B.J. Merholz says:

    Interestingly, Your Tuesday Mystery Lady is in the Masthead in a news photo of the era.

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  30. Rick Scott says:

    Donald Meek for Wednesday.

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  31. Patrick says:

    Thelma Leeds, Frances Farmer and Donald Meek in The Toast of New York – 1937

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  32. Rick Scott says:

    Monday…Albert Brook’s mom, Thelma Leeds? The film “The Toast of New York?”

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  33. John Campbell says:

    Monday looks like Ann Rutherford and Weds is Donald Meek. Tues looks familiar but I don’t know for sure.

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  34. Mary Mallory says:

    Jack Oakie and Edward Arnold. Hey, I’m sure several of us identified Mr. Meek yesterday, not just the few listed.

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  35. gary martin says:

    OK. Jack Oakie and Edward Arnold, along with the aforementioned Donald Meek makes this The Toast of New York, and the ladies would be Thelma Leeds and Frances Farmer, leaving as the mystery guest (not) for Friday …Cary Grant.

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  36. Don Danard says:

    Jack Oakie and Edward Arnold so that would make the movie “Toast of New York”.

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  37. William says:

    The Toast of New York……(This one was tough for me!)

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  38. juliemerholz says:

    The Toast Of New York with Cary Grant, Jack Oakie, Edward Arnold, Thelma Leeds

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  39. juliemerholz says:

    The Toast Of New York, Cary Grant, Jack Oakie, Edward Arnold, Thelma Leeds.

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  40. Mike Hawks says:

    The men of thursday are Jack Oakie and Edward Arnold.

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  41. Richard Wegescheide says:

    The last one clicked it: Edward Arnold and Jack Oakey. I’ve gotten Jack Oakey correct before. Then this is ‘Toast of New York’. Donald Meek is the no-brainer, but then that’s Frances Farmer for Tuesday.

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  42. Mary Mallory says:

    Cary Grant with FF.

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  43. Mike Hawks says:

    And at last and in a funny hat, Cary Grant.

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  44. Allison Francis says:

    I see Frances Farmer and Jack Oakie so the cast is from The Toast of New York?

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  45. CraigDeco says:

    The film is ‘The Toast of New York’ with Cary Grant, Frances Farmer, Edward Arnold, Donald Meek, Jack Oakie, Thelma Leeds

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  46. Rick Scott says:

    May as well finish it off….Jack Oakie, Edward Arnold and Cary Grant.

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