Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated +++)

Aug. 26, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Monday, we have a mystery fellow with the latest in gentlemen’s accessories.

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And for Tuesday, a mystery fellow.

Please congratulate Dan and Claire Lockhart for identifying our mystery fellow and the mystery movie, and Patrick, Don Danard, Jenny M., Floyd Thursby and Rick Scott for identifying our mystery fellow.

Aug. 28, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Wednesday, our mystery guest has a mystery pet.

Please congratulate Julie Merholz, Jenny M., Patrick, Patricia Ann, William, Valle Dave and Roget-L.A. for identifying our mystery cast and film.

Please congratulate Don Danard, Gary Martin, Lorenzo, L.C., Keith “Throwback” Thursby, Greg Clancey and Bob Hansen for identifying Tuesday’s mystery guest.

Travis has identified Monday’s mystery guest.  Congrats!

Aug. 29, 2013, Mystery Photo

And we have a mystery driver for Thursday.

Our mystery movie and cast have been identified by Floyd Thursby and LC.

Wednesday’s mystery chap with a mystery pet has been identified by Julie Merholz, William, Jenny M and Gary Martin.

Tuesday’s mystery chap was identified by Mike Hawks and Mary Mallory.

Half credit to Patrick (right pet/wrong actor)

Dan has identified Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s mystery chaps and mysterious pet.

Congrats, everyone!

Aug. 30, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Friday, a mystery brat.

Our mystery movie and cast have been identified by Rick Scott, Mike Hawks, Gary Martin, Mary Mallory.

Tuesday’s mystery fellow has been identified by Arye Michael Bender, Dennis Gilliam (right actor/wrong movie)  and Dewey Webb.

Wednesday’s mystery pet was identified by William and Julie Merholz.

Thursday’s mystery motorist was identified by Gary Martin, William and Julie Merholz.

Congrats, everybody!

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

  1. Cal and Lulu says:

    Dennis Day a regular member of the Jack Benny Program

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  2. Patrick says:

    Monday = William Tracy.

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  3. Don Danard says:

    William Tracy. (Thank heavens it isn’t from Tobacco Road!!)

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  4. Jenny M says:

    William Tracy

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  5. Mary Mallory says:

    Is that Guy Kibbee’s photo on the table?

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  6. Dan says:

    William Tracy in “George Washington Slept Here”

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  7. Carol Gwenn says:

    A VERY young Fred MacMurray?

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  8. Floyd Thursby says:

    William Tracy.

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  9. William says:

    michael o’day

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  10. Claire Lockhart says:

    William Tracy in GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE (1942).

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  11. Rick Scott says:

    William Tracy

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  12. Don Danard says:

    Today’s

    Today’s Mystery Man is Percy Kilbride.

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  13. Gary Martin says:

    Tuesday is Percy Kilbride.

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  14. Mary Mallory says:

    Fred Stone today.

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  15. Jenny M says:

    Percy Kilbride in George Washington Slept Here.

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  16. Patrick says:

    Tuesday = Percy Kilbride in “George Washington Slept Here” from 1942.

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  17. juliemerholz says:

    William Tracy and Percy Kilbride in George Washington Slept Here

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  18. Lorenzo says:

    Tuesday’s guy looks a lot like Percy Kilbride but that is prolly too easy for so early in the week.

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  19. Patricia Ann says:

    Percy Kilbride in George Washington slept here.

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  20. Travis says:

    It’s William Tracy.

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  21. William says:

    Mon…William Tracy, Tues…Percy Kilbride. “George Washington Slept Here”, 1942. This movie was good entertainment with many surprises & impressed me as a child when I saw it first run at the old Inglewood movie theater. Jack Benny movies were always good fun in spite of his personal “put-downs”.

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  22. LC says:

    Percy Kilbride

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  23. aryedirect says:

    Slim Summerville today. Waiting for more faces before hazarding a guess.

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  24. kthursby says:

    Percy Kilbride on Tuesday?

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  25. ValleDave says:

    Monday: William Tracy, Tuesday: Percy Kilbride. The movie would be
    “George Washington Slept Here.”

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  26. Greg Clancey says:

    Percy Kilbride

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  27. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Monday’s mystery fellow is William Tracy.
    Tuesday’s mystery fellow is Percy Kilbride.
    The mystery movie is “George Washington Slept Here” (1942).

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  28. Bob Hansen says:

    I think that’s Percy Kilbride on Tuesday.

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  29. Don Danard says:

    Today, it looks like something Edward Everett Horton would do. Hope the cat scratched him!

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  30. juliemerholz says:

    Franklin Pangborn … you forgot to mention me as having all the people so far and also the movie…

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  31. William says:

    Today…Wed…..even tho I seem to have given the correct answer yesterday for the mystery movie, I submit that today is Franklin Pangborn. Even tho the back of his head.

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  32. Jenny M says:

    Franklin Pangborn

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  33. juliemerholz says:

    Also today we have Terry (Toto).

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  34. Mike Hawks says:

    Well at least I know who Percy Kilbride is for tuesday.

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  35. Floyd Thursby says:

    Percy Kilbride for Tuesday, Franklin Pangborn for Wednesday, so that means the movie is probably “George Washington Slept Here.”

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  36. Mary Mallory says:

    Percy Kilbride yesterday and SOAK THE RICH.

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  37. LC says:

    The last picture is Franklin Pangborn and Terry (Toto) the dog. The movie is George Washington Slept Here.

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  38. Patrick says:

    Wednesday = Jack Benny and Terry.

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  39. Gary Martin says:

    Because of his expreswsive form I would guess that Wednesday is Franklin Pangborn.

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  40. Dan says:

    I know I’m late, just got a chance to look at it. Percy Kilbride, Franklin Pangborn and Toto…

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  41. Gary Martin says:

    I’ll chance a Wednesday score: Crazy House.

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  42. Mary Mallory says:

    GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE. William Tracy, Monday, JJohn Emery and Terry the dog yesterday, and Jack Benny today.

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  43. Jenny M says:

    Thursday = Jack Benny

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  44. Earl Boebert says:

    William Powell on Wed?

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  45. juliemerholz says:

    Jack Benny… I got the dog yesterday too.

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  46. Gary Martin says:

    Ah ha! Right dog wrong actor. Great clue. This is Terry , aka Toto, in George Washington Slept Here. I played the part of Steve in our high school productions, 1954. Goodness. The film was a recent release!!

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  47. Mike Hawks says:

    Monday is William Tracy and thursday is Jack Benny, making this GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE 1942.

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  48. William says:

    Mystery driver of course is Jack Benny & yesterday I didnt mention the dog….”Terry”, who is perhaps better known as “Toto” of “The Wizard”. Terry/Toto attended the premier of “Wizard” at Graumann’s & had an official name change to “Toto”

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  49. deweywebb says:

    Tuesday: Percy “Pa Kettle” Kilbride?

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  50. Gary Martin says:

    The driver of the car is Jack Benny.

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  51. Could be the 1948 Big band movie, You were Meant for Me. For Monday, Oscar Levant; Tuesday, Percy Kilbride and Wednesday’s guy mishandling the cat, Dan Dailey.

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  52. aryedirect says:

    Would like to exchange one Summerville for a Percy Kilbride, please.

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  53. Rick Scott says:

    The film is “George Washington Slept Here.” Tuesday is Percy Kilbride; Wednesday is Franklin Pangborn; Thurday’s hapless driver is Jack Benny.

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  54. Jenny M says:

    Douglas Croft and Jack Benny

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  55. juliemerholz says:

    Douglas Croft chatting with Jack Benny

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  56. William says:

    Friday….Douglas Croft

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  57. Patrick says:

    Friday = Douglas Croft and Jack Benny.

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  58. DeweyWebb says:

    Butch Patrick in Ma & Pa Kettle Meet Th Munsters

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  59. Don Danard says:

    Is Friday’s “Mystery Brat” Bobby Driscoll?

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