Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

This week’s mystery movie has been the 1935 Fox film “Black Sheep,” starring Edmund Lowe and Claire Trevor (Friday’s mystery guests), Tom Brown (Wednesday’s mystery guest), Eugene Pallette (not shown), Adrienne Ames (Monday’s mystery guest), Herbert Mundin (Thursday’s mystery guest) and Ford Sterling (not shown). It was directed by Allan Dwan from a screenplay by Allen Rivkin based on a story by Dwan. Music by Oscar Levant!

I recorded “Black Sheep” several years ago from cable and I’m not sure it is generally available.

Nov. 17, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Monday, we have a mystery woman in your standard mirror shot. (Adrienne Ames).

Nov. 18, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, we have a mystery singer. (Dick Webster).
Please congratulate Don Danard for identifying Monday’s mystery woman.

Nov. 19, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Wednesday, we have a mystery gent. (Tom Brown).

Nov. 20, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Thursday, we have a mysterious tipsy guest who lurches from scene to scene in our mystery film. (Herbert Mundin).
Please congratulate Mary Mallory for identifying Wednesday’s mystery gent. Fear not. All will become clear by Friday.

Nov. 21, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Friday, we have the mystery stars of our mystery drama. (Claire Trevor and Edmund Lowe).

Please congratulate Mary Mallory (mystery movie and mystery guests), Anne Papineau (Thursday’s tipsy mystery guest), Don Danard (Thursday’s tipsy mystery guest), McDee (Thursday’s tipsy mystery guest), Lee Ann, Megan and Thom (Thursday’s tipsy mystery guest) and Chrisbo (Thursday’s tipsy mystery guest).

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

  1. Anne Papineau says:

    Gail Patrick?


  2. Don Danard says:

    Looks like Adrienne Ames to me.


  3. Bob Hansen says:

    Is it Lynn Bari?


  4. Benito says:

    If I’m lucky, it’s Vivian Blaine and Perry Como in IF I’M LUCKY [1946], a political musical.


  5. Mary Mallory says:

    Looks like Tom Brown today.


  6. ValleyDave says:

    Could Tuesday’s crooner be Philip Reed ?


  7. Mary Mallory says:

    Herbert Mundin today.


  8. Mary Mallory says:

    BLACK SHEEP. Adrienne Ames Monday and Dick Webster Tuesday.


  9. Chrisbo says:

    Melville Cooper on Thursday?


  10. Anne Papineau says:

    Herbert Mundin


  11. Don Danard says:

    The tipsy gentleman in the top hat is Herbert Mundin.


  12. McDee says:

    I believe Thursday’s gent is Herbert Mundin.


  13. Lee Ann, Megan and Thom says:

    Thursday’s tipsy gent is Herbert Mundin.


  14. Chrisbo says:

    I was actually thinking of Herbert Mundin, but got confused. Him perhaps?


  15. juliemerholz says:

    Robert Newton


  16. Mary Mallory says:

    Edmund Lowe and Claire Trevor today.


  17. Lee Ann, Megan and Thom says:

    Friday’s Black Sheep are Edmund Lowe and Claire Trevor.


  18. Anne Papineau says:

    Claire Trevor and Edmund Lowe in Black Sheep?


  19. Don Danard says:

    The gentleman at the door is Edmund Lowe. The lady is …. will get back to you !!


  20. Black Sheep (1935) Adrienne Ames, Dick Webster, Tom Brown, Herbert Mundin and a blonde Claire Trevor opening the cabin door to the ever-oily Edmund Lowe.


  21. Benito says:

    Friday’s dapper gent is Edmund Lowe, aka Chandu the Magician


  22. Don Danard says:

    Re “the lady at the door” …. I’d say it”s Josephine Hutchinson.


  23. Bob Hansen says:

    Friday’s couple look like Edmund Lowe and Claire Trevor.


  24. Elsie says:

    I believe the Friday mystery guests are Claire Trevor and Edmund Lowe? Possibly in Black Sheep (’35)? That one has been on my to-see list for some time!


  25. mandymarie20 says:

    I can’t believe I forgot to check the site this week. I totally would have guessed this one! It just proves I need to visit more often.


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