Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

July 29, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Monday, a mystery vehicle.

July 30, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, a mystery gent wearing suspenders.

July 31, 2013, Mystery Photo

And here we have a (totally not) mystery building….

Aug. 1, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Thursday, a mystery gent.

Aug. 2, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Friday…..

Please congratulate Julie Merholz, Mary Mallory and Earl Boebert for identifying Thursday’s mystery gent and the mystery movie. Mike Hawks identified the mystery movie and both mystery fellows. James identified the mystery movie.

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

  1. Ginger says:

    I think this is Lucy and Ethel’s tour bus!


  2. juliemerholz says:

    What Price Hollywood


  3. Rogét-L.A. says:

    A Star Is Born (1937)?


  4. Gary Martin says:

    Hollywood Hotel, 1937, as in Hooray for Hollywood sung by Frances Langford with the Benny Goodman Orchestra.


  5. Rick Scott says:

    Oh, since it was just on TCM (and included Ted Healy)…”Hollywood Hotel.”


  6. Mary Mallory says:

    The FAlcon Comes to Hollywood?


  7. Gary Martin says:

    A loaf of bread
    A jug of milk
    And thou sitting with me
    In Hollywood
    Ah Hollywood!
    Were Paradise enow.


  8. Patricia Ann says:

    Sunset Blvd. —Tuesday, William Holden ?


  9. deweywebb says:

    Ma And Pa Kettle Go To Tiny Naylor’s


  10. Gary Martin says:

    I toured City Hall in 2005. The Spring Street 3rd Floor lobby is lovely as are the adjoining corredors. However, that does not enable me to identify this film.


  11. juliemerholz says:

    Los Angeles City Hall


  12. juliemerholz says:

    Alan Ladd in the Blue Dahlia


  13. Gary Martin says:

    George Brent.


  14. Mike Hawks says:

    O.K. I’ll say Mr. thursday is Alan Ladd and the movie BLUE DAHLIA.


  15. aryedirect says:

    Everyone knows that the exterior edifice is the Daily Planet Building. Everyone!


  16. Mike Hawks says:

    And let’s throw in Hugh Beaumont as the man in the kitchen about to make a sandwich.


  17. Earl Boebert says:

    Alan Ladd in “The Blue Dahlia?”


  18. JAMES says:

    Opening scene of “The Blue Dahlia”?


  19. Gary Martin says:

    Yes, itwas inevitable that we would someday have as a mystery film The Blue Dahlia with Alan Ladd et al.(Et al as in I don’t know who the first man is.)


  20. Mary Mallory says:

    I identified Thursday’s mystery man too if you remember.


  21. herb nichols says:

    thursday looks like allan ladd


  22. DeweyWebb says:

    The Blue Dahlia


  23. Claire Lockhart says:

    Alan Ladd in THE BLUE DAHLIA (1946)


  24. Thursday: Alan Ladd from the back. Friday: The neon night club flower, which gave the movie its title, which, by proxy, gave a name to LA’s most famous unsolved murder case. Movie: The Blue Dahlia.


  25. William says:

    The Bule Dahlia ….1946


  26. aryedirect says:

    Taking a wild slab based on nothing more than seeing the lead’s back only. Could this be Robert Montgomery in his experimental film, ‘Lady in the Lake’?


  27. ValleDave says:

    I am going to guess “The Blue Dahlia ” (1946) and Thursday’s gentleman with his back to the screen could be Alan Ladd.


  28. Rick says:

    Thursday – Alan Ladd, The Blue Dahlia


  29. kauma says:

    Blue Dahlia, Alan Ladd…


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