Movieland Mystery Photo — Amazing Recovery Edition (Updated + + +)

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So far, I have prevailed over various technical issues. Wish me luck.

Oct. 22, 2013, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, a mystery gent.

Gosh, what a great response from the L.A. Daily Mirror regulars!

Please congratulate:

Bronson Bias (mystery guest), Gregory Moore (mystery movie and guest), Mary Mallory (right mystery guest/wrong movie), David Inman (mystery movie and guest), Patrick (mystery movie and guest), Don Danard (mystery guest), Tim Doherty (mystery guest), Native Baltimoron (mystery guest), Patricia Ann (mystery guest), Rick Scott (mystery guest/wrong movie), Patrice Roe (mystery guest), Louis (mystery guest), Michael Ryerson (mystery guest), Gary Martin (mystery movie and guest), Jenny M (mystery guest), Floyd Thursby (mystery guest),  William (mystery guest/wrong movie), Dewey Webb (mystery guest), Mike Hawks (mystery guest), LC (mystery guest), Ed (mystery guest), Bob Hansen (mystery guest), Rick (mystery guest), moviepas (mystery guest) and Suzanne Annette Stone (mystery guest).

Oct. 23, 2013, Mystery Photo
And for Wednesday…

Please congratulate Jenny M (mystery movie/cast), Dewey Webb (mystery movie/cast–yes it is), Gary Martin (Tuesday’s mystery gent and companion),  Mary Mallory (mystery movie/cast), Julie Merholz (mystery movie/cast), Ed (Tuesday’s mystery gent), Patrick (Tuesday’s mystery gent and companion), William (mystery movie/cast), Don Danard (Tuesday’s mystery gent), LC (mystery movie), Floyd Thursby (mystery movie/gent), Greg Clancey (mystery gent/wrong film), Bruce (mystery gent/wrong film), Roget-L.A. (mystery movie/cast), Rick Scott (Tuesday’s mystery gent), Patrice Roe (mystery gent/wrong film)

Oct. 4, 2013, Mystery Photo
And for Thursday, a mystery danseuse.

Please congratulate Mary Mallory (mystery guest/s), Don Danard (mystery movie), Patrick (mystery guest), Julie Merholz (mystery guest), Roget-L.A. (mystery guest), Bob Levinson (Monday’s mystery gent), Mike Hawks (mystery movie, cast), Barbara Klein (mystery movie, cast), Diane Ely (Monday’s and Tuesday’s mystery gents).

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And for Friday, some mystery (totally not) folks….

Please congratulate Dewey Webb (Thursday’s danseuse), Patrick (Thursday’s danseuse), Don Danard (Thursday’s danseuse), Roget-L.A. (Thursday’s danseuse) and Barbara Klein Thursday’s danseuse).

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79 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo — Amazing Recovery Edition (Updated + + +)

  1. Gregory Moore says:

    Charles “Vote for O’Leary” Winninger in CONEY ISLAND, 1943

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  2. Mary Mallory says:

    Charles Winninger in SHOW BOAT?

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  3. David Inman says:

    Charles Winninger — “Coney Island”?

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  4. Patrick says:

    Monday = Charles Winninger.

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  5. Don Danard says:

    Charles Winninger but I don’t know what movie it is.

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  6. Tim Doherty says:

    Charlie Winniger?

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  7. Native Baltimoron says:

    Charles Winninger, actor

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  8. Sarah says:

    My guess is Lloyd Corrigan, and I wish both of us good luck!

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  9. Patricia Ann says:

    Is this man Charles Winninger ?

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  10. Rick Scott says:

    Charles Winninger in the 1945 version of “State Fair.”

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  11. Patrice Roe says:

    Charles Winninger?

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  12. Louis says:

    No clue about the movie but I think that’s Charles Winninger.

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  13. Charlie Winninger playing it broad as usual

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  14. Gary Martin says:

    Charles Winninger in ….

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  15. Jenny M says:

    Charles Winninger

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  16. Floyd Thursby says:

    Charles Winninger.

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  17. Gary Martin says:

    I see a straw boater in the bkgd. How about Coney Island?

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  18. aryedirect says:

    Lloyd Corrigan definitely!

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  19. william says:

    charles winninger ……”Nothing Sacred”, 1937

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  20. DeweyWebb says:

    Charles Winninger

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  21. Mike Hawks says:

    Charles Winninger in?

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  22. LC says:

    Charles Winninger

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  23. Ed says:

    I think it’s Charles Winninger

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  24. L. Girodo says:

    Lloyd Corrigan for sure.

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  25. Bob Hansen says:

    It’s good ol’ Charles Winninger, but I don’t know what movie. Maybe Summer Holiday?

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  26. Rick says:

    Charles Winninger

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  27. Patrick says:

    “Coney Island” from 1943.

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  28. moviepas says:

    Charles Winniger

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  29. moviepas says:

    Charles Winninger

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  30. Jenny M says:

    Phil Silvers in Coney Island

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  31. DeweyWebb says:

    Phil Silvers

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  32. Gary Martin says:

    Phil Silvers and (gasp) Betty Grable.I love Betty Grable!!

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  33. DeweyWebb says:

    Coney Island

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  34. Mary Mallory says:

    CONEY ISLAND and Phil Silvers.

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  35. juliemerholz says:

    Is Monday Charles Winninger

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  36. juliemerholz says:

    Coney Island with today Phil Silvers, Betty Grable, George Montgomery, Cesar Romero

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  37. Ed says:

    Tuesday is Phil Silvers

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  38. Patrick says:

    Tuesday = Phil Silvers is glad to see Betty Grable.

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  39. william says:

    For Tues:…movie is “Coney Island”, 1943. Mystery Guest with turban is Phil Silvers

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  40. DeweyWebb says:

    Is that Betty Grable?

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  41. Don Danard says:

    Phil Silvers in the Spotlight today.

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  42. LC says:

    Oops! I forgot to list the movie, it is Coney Island (1943).

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  43. Floyd Thursby says:

    This is Phil Silvers so that would make the movie “Coney Island.”

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  44. Greg Clancey says:

    Phil Silver in “A Thousand and One Nights”

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  45. Bruce says:

    Gotta be Phil Silvers. Probably “A thousand and one nights” (1945)

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  46. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Monday: Charles Winninger; Tuesday: Phil Silvers; Movie: “Coney Island” (1943)

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  47. Rick Scott says:

    Tuesday is Phil Silvers

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  48. Patrice Roe says:

    Phil Silvers – A Thousand and One Nights?

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  49. Mary Mallory says:

    Betty with the Solidaires?

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  50. Ed says:

    Wednesday’s is Lena Horne

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  51. Don Danard says:

    I’d say the movie is “Coney Island” from ’43, based on the cast.

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  52. Patrick says:

    Wednesday = Betty Grable not quite in blackface.

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  53. juliemerholz says:

    Million Dollar Legs…Grable

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  54. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Wednesday: Betty Grable in black-face?

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  55. Benito says:

    Guessing Wednesday’s girl is Joan Crawford in black face, and the movie is Torch Song.

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  56. Mike Hawks says:

    Phil Silvers for tuesday and Betty Grable for today in CONEY ISLAND 1943.

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  57. Barbara Klein says:

    “Coney Island.”

    Charles Winninger (Monday), Phil Silvers (Tuesday), Betty Grable (Wednesday).

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  58. Diane Ely says:

    Monday photo: Charles Winninger?
    Tuesday photo: Phil Silvers?

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  59. DeweyWebb says:

    Carmen D’Antonio ( spelling approximate)

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  60. Mary Mallory says:

    Gypsy Rose Lee today.

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  61. Patrick says:

    Thursday = Carmen D’Antonio

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  62. Don Danard says:

    Thursday’s Dancing Lady is the intriguing Carmen D’Antonio.

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  63. Rogét-L.A. says:

    I believe Thursday’s mystery “specialty dancer” is Carmen D’Antonio.

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  64. Barbara Klein says:

    Carmen D’Antonio

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  65. Patrick says:

    Friday = George Montgomery, Betty Grable and Cesar Romero.

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  66. Gary Martin says:

    Carmen D’Antonio, Cesar Romero, who was a very good dancer …in several B Grable films, and the afore mentioned Betty Grable of whom I cannot get enough.

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  67. Gary Martin says:

    In several of her films Betty danced with Hermes Pan who also did her choreography. Since he was Fred Astaire’s shadow, does any one in the brain trust know why Betty and Fred never made a film together. Granted she was not the perfectionist he was but I think he would have inspired her to give it her best shot. She had so much going for her but a really an unchallenged and wasted talent.

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  68. Mike Hawks says:

    George Montgomery, Betty Grable and Cesar Romero for friday.

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  69. Barbara Klein says:

    George Montgomery, Betty Grable, and Cesar Romero

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  70. Ed says:

    Friday is Cesar Romero and Betty Grable

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  71. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Friday is Betty Grable and Cesar Romero in “Coney Island” (1943).

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  72. Rogét-L.A. says:

    Oh, and partial view of… probably George Montgomery.

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