Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

Movieland Mystery Photo

Here’s our mystery chap for Monday!

May 28, 2013, Mystery Photo

And here’s a mystery woman for Tuesday.

Monday’s guest was certainly no mystery! Please congratulate Tim Doherty, Kent, Suzanne Annette Stone, Ed, Sarah, Mary Mallory, Jenny M, Don Danard, Julie Merholz, Floyd Thursby, LC, Mike Hawks, Bob Levinson, Barbara Klein, Claire Lockhart, Dan Nather, Patrick, Moviepas, Michael Ryerson, Rick Scott and Gary Martin for identifying him!

May29, 2013, Mystery Photo

And our mystery chap for Wednesday.

Please congratulate Barbara Klein, Claire Lockhart, Gary Martin and  Dewey Webb for identifying our mystery movie and cast.

Monday’s mystery fellow was identified by Louis, Kevin King, Arye Michael Bender and Rick.

Tuesday’s mystery woman was identified by Gary Martin, Jenny M (right actress/wrong movie), Dewey Webb and Don Danard.

May 30, 2013, Mystery Photo
Here’s a mystery chap for Thursday.

Our mystery movie and cast have been identified by Don Danard and Mike Hawks.

Right actress/wrong movie: Mary Mallory and Rick Scott.

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And for Friday, our mystery animal.

Please congratulate Mary Mallory, Julie Merholz and  ValleDave for identifying our mystery movie!

Thursday’s mystery fellow has been identified by Don Danard, Mike Hawks and Barbara Klein.

Congrats, everybody!

The Case of the Black Cat

Yes, folks, there is no black cat in “The Case of the Black Cat.” Not to be confused with the other “The Black Cat” that was recently featured as a mystery movie.  (At least that movie had an actual black cat.) Could “That Darn Cat” be next?

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

  1. Tim Doherty says:

    Harry Davenport?

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  2. Kent says:

    That is Harry Davenport. One of his his best parts was in “The Bride Came COD.”

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  3. Ed says:

    Is that Harry Davenport.

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  4. Sarah says:

    Harry Davenport!

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  5. Mary Mallory says:

    Harry DAvenport.

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  6. Jenny M says:

    Harry Davenport

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  7. Don Danard says:

    Today’s Mystery Man is Harry Davenport. One of most dependable character players there was.

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  8. juliemerholz says:

    Harry Davenport

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  9. Floyd Thursby says:

    The delightful Harry Davenport.

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  10. LC says:

    Harry Davenport

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  11. Mike Hawks says:

    Harry Davenport.

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  12. Bob Levinson says:

    The most memorable Harry Davenport

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  13. Barbara Klein says:

    Harry Davenport

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  14. Claire Lockhart says:

    Harry Davenport

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  15. Dan Nather says:

    Looks like a dishevelled Harry Davenport . . .

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  16. Patrick says:

    Monday = Harry Davenport

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  17. moviepas says:

    Harry Davenport

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  18. Rick Scott says:

    Harry Davenport solemnly swearing.

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  19. Gary Martin says:

    This is Harry Davenport looking a little more frazzled than usual.

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  20. dewey webb says:

    If it’s not Ernest Thesiger, close enough for government work on three-day-weekend.

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  21. L. Girodo says:

    Henry Travers, a kind and distinct speaker.

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  22. Mary Mallory says:

    Georgiana Young and the STORY OF DR. ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL?

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  23. Louis says:

    It’s Harry Davenport, Grandpa in “Meet Me in St. Louis.” Again, no clue what the movie might be.

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  24. Gary Martin says:

    Jane Bryan.

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  25. Jenny M says:

    Jane Bryan in The Sisters.

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  26. dewey webb says:

    Jane Bryan. I feel worse than that guy looks so exact title will have to wait.

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  27. Barbara Klein says:

    Harry Davenport and Jane Bryan in “The Case of the Black Cat.”

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  28. Gary Martin says:

    I will make bold with a Tuesday Guess…The Sisters, 1938.

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  29. Don Danard says:

    Today’s Mystery Lady is Jane Bryan.

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  30. Claire Lockhart says:

    Jane Bryan in THE CASE OF THE BLACK CAT (1936)

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  31. Gary Martin says:

    The Case of the Black Cat …1936.

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  32. Kevin King says:

    Harry Davenport for Monday. Grandpa in “Meet Me In St. Louis” (but not in this particular photo).

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  33. dewey webb says:

    Pussy galore! The Case of the Black Cat (Harry Davenport, Monday)

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  34. Barbara Klein says:

    Jane Bryan, and the movie is “The Case of the Black Cat.”

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  35. aryedirect says:

    Harry Davenport for Monday. His last name was often used to describe a sofa by people of a certain age who are mostly not living.

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  36. Rick says:

    Harry Davenport Monday

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  37. Don Danard says:

    Wednesday’s Mystery Man is Gordon – also known as – William or Bill – Elliott.

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  38. Don Danard says:

    Wednesday”s Mystery Photo – Part 2.
    Is the Mystery movie “The Case of the Black Cat”? I believe so.

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  39. Gary Martin says:

    How about Craig Reynolds.

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  40. Mike Hawks says:

    Tuesday is Jane Bryan. Wednesday is Bill Elliott which adds up to THE CASE OF THE BLACK CAT 1936.

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  41. Mary Mallory says:

    Jane Bryan and Ian Hunter in THE SISTERS.

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  42. Rick Scott says:

    Tuesday was Jane Bryan. If it isn’t “The Sisters,” is it a short called “Under Southern Stars?”

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  43. Mary Mallory says:

    THE CASE OF THE BLACK CAT. Bill Elliott and Craig Reynolds.

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  44. Don Danard says:

    Thursday’s Mystery Man is Craig Reynolds. Always like him. He was married to Barbara Pepper and died in a motorcycle accident in the forties.

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  45. juliemerholz says:

    The Case of the Black Cat. Thursday is Craig Reynolds

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  46. Mike Hawks says:

    Craig Reynolds makes his appearance on thursday.

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  47. ValleDave says:

    Harry Davenport, Jane Bryan, (Bill Elliott and Craig Reynolds…maybe). The movie is definitely
    “The Case of the Black Cat.”

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  48. Barbara Klein says:

    Thursday’s mystery man is Craig Reynolds.

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  49. .stevo says:

    friday,could be a cat?

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  50. dewey webb says:

    Why isn’t cat black? Probably because that was last-minute title change to something more sinister/marquee friendly (short). Was originally announced (in 1936 blurb LA Times) to be shot under more underwhelming title of original novel name The Case Of The Caretaker’s Cat. (Plus, hard to photograph faces of black cats and dogs.)

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  51. Don Danard says:

    If you’ll pardon the phrasing, shouldn’t that cat be black!

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  52. Barbara Klein says:

    Clinker, the caretaker’s cat.

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