Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

This is “Montana Moon,” a 1930 MGM film directed by Malcolm St. Clair. And although the TCM write-up says the  film was shot on location in Montana, we have the famous train station in beautiful Chatsworth, jewel of the northwest San Fernando Valley.

Aug. 11, 2014, Mystery Photo

For Monday, we have a mystery urban sophisticate and an enigmatic rustic type.

Aug. 12, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, we have another mystery gent.

Please congratulate David Inman (mystery urban sophisticate), Mary Mallory (mystery movie and cast), Michael Ryerson (mystery rustic type), Tim Doherty (mystery urban sophisticate), Don Danard (mystery urban sophisticate), Bob Hansen (both mystery men), James (mystery urban sophisticate), Mike Hawks (mystery movie and cast), Claire Lockhart (mystery movie and cast) and Patrick (mystery movie and cast). Welcome back, Claire! I thought of your dad when I dug this little Western out of the archives. And you too Don. I don’t have many westerns, but I did find one.

Aug. 13, 2014, Mystry Photo

For Wednesday, we have a mystery train station.

Aug. 13, 2014, Mystery Photo
And a mystery water tank.

Please congratulate Mary Mallory (Tuesday’s mystery gent), Dewey Webb (mystery movie and cast) and Don Danard (mystery movie and cast).

All will become clear by Friday.

Aug. 14, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Thursday we have this mystery gent.

Please congratulate Don Danard and Michael Ryerson for identifying our mystery train station while Mary Mallory suggests another historic train station in Southern California.

Aug. 15, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Friday we have this mystery couple.

Please congratulate Mary Mallory (Thursday’s mystery guest), Patrick (Tuesday’s and Thursday’s mystery gents and the mystery train station), Ed (Thursday’s mystery guest), Don Danard (Thursday’s mystery guest), Lee Ann (Thursday’s mystery guest), David Inman (mystery movie and cast), Mike Hawks (Thursday’s mystery gent), Herb Nichols (mystery movie and cast) and Bob Hansen (Thursday’s mystery chap).

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

  1. David Inman says:

    Benny Rubin and … Victor Moore?


  2. Mary Mallory says:

    Ben Blue and Cliff Edwards.


  3. Well the galoot in the stetson looks an awful lot like Cliff Edwards, the voice of Jiminy Cricket.


  4. Mary Mallory says:

    Oops, Benny Rubin with Cliff “Froggy” Edwards and MONTANA MOON.


  5. Tim Doherty says:

    Benny Rubin on the left?


  6. Ed says:

    Rags Raggland is on the left


  7. Don Danard says:

    I think it’s Benny Rubin today.


  8. Bob Hansen says:

    Looks like Benny Rubin and Cliff Edwards today!


  9. JAMES says:

    Benny Rubin


  10. aryedirect says:

    Fussy, Victor Moore as the hayseed.


  11. Mike Hawks says:

    Benny Rubin and Cliff Edwards in MONTANA MOON 1930.


  12. Claire Lockhart says:

    Benny Rubin and Cliff “Ukulele Ike” Edwards in MONTANA MOON (1930)


  13. Patrick says:

    Benny Rubin and Cliff Edwards in “Montana Moon” from 1930.


  14. mandymarie20 says:

    I agree with Ed and Aryedirect. The dark haired gent looks like Rags Ragland and the cowboy looks like Victor Moore.


  15. Tobie Edwards says:

    Hi I saw a arrival about my dad.. Michael Lee Edwards LAPD found items or info at parker center.. Interested in anything please..


  16. Dewey Webb says:

    Benny Rubin


  17. Dewey Webb says:

    . . .and Cliff Edwards, Lloyd Ingraham in MONTANA MOON


  18. Don Danard says:

    Is the film “Montana Moon” which starred Joan Crawford?


  19. Mary Mallory says:

    I think it’s the Santa Clarita train station which is still there today, near the William S. Hart Ranch.


  20. Don Danard says:

    Today it’s the old train station at Chatsworth, CA. It was used in all kinds of movies and serials.


  21. Looks like Chatsworth where my little brother and I used to hop a freight out to Simi Valley in the early fifties. My mother was not happy.


  22. Mary Mallory says:

    Slimy Ricardo Cortez.


  23. Patrick says:

    Tuesday’s mystery gent is Lloyd Ingraham and the mystery train station is in Chatsworth. On Thursday, we are being toasted by Ricardo Cortez.


  24. Ed says:

    Thursday is Ricardo Cortez


  25. Don Danard says:

    Today it’s Ricardo Cortez, an actor I always enjoyed seeing.


  26. Lee Ann says:

    Is Thursday’s mystery man Ricardo Cortez?


  27. David Inman says:

    Ricardo Cortez for today, making this “Montana Moon.”


  28. Mike Hawks says:

    Ricardo Cortez toasts someone or something.


  29. Benito says:

    Tuesday’s gent looks like Will Wright, and is Thursday’s child a very young Frederick March? But that would be too easy.


  30. herb nichols says:

    benny rubin on monday, jacob krantz on thursday in montana moon


  31. Bob Hansen says:

    Ricardo Cortez today. I don’t know the movie though.


  32. Mary Mallory says:

    Johnny Mack Brown and Joan C.


  33. Don Danard says:

    Johnny Mack Brown and Joan Crawford. Now, there’s a combination !!


  34. juliemerholz says:

    Johnny Mack Brown and Joan Crawford


  35. juliemerholz says:

    Montana Moon


  36. juliemerholz says:

    Benny Rubin, Cliff Edwards, Lloyd Ingraham and Ricardo Cortez.


  37. Patrick says:

    Friday brings us Johnny Mack Brown and Joan Crawford locked in a fond embrace.


  38. Mike Hawks says:

    Johnny and Joan are having a quick one.


  39. Well with Johnny Mack Brown and Joan Crawford today and Cliff Edwards on Monday, I make this to be Montana Moon (1930).


  40. Benito says:

    Is Friday’s girl Joan Crawford?


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