Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

Jan. 3, 2015, Mystery Photo
This week’s movie has been the 1937 Warner Bros.’ picture “Call It a Day,” with Olivia De Havilland (Friday’s guest), Ian Hunter (not shown), Anita Louise (not shown), Alice Brady (Wednesday’s guest), Roland Young (Thursday’s guest) and Frieda Inescort (not shown). It was directed by Archie L. Mayo  and written by Casey Robinson from a play by Dodie Smith. Monday’s guest was Elsa Buchanan and Tuesday’s guest was Bonita Granville.

Dec. 29, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Monday, we have a mystery lady.

This is Elsa Buchanan.

Dec. 30, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for Tuesday, we have this mystery woman.

This is Bonita Granville.

Dec. 31, 2014, Mystery Photo

And for New Year’s Eve, we have this merry mystery lady.

This is Alice Brady.

Please congratulate Jenny M, Mike Hawks, Bob Hansen, LC and Lee An, Megan and Thom for identifying our Tuesday’s mystery woman.

Jan. 1, 2015, Mystery Photo

And for Thursday it’s our old friend, Oh Him.

This is Roland Young.

Please congratulate Lee Ann, Megan and Thom (mystery movie and guests), Dewey Webb (Tuesday’s mystery woman), Mike Hawks (mystery movie and guests), LC (mystery movie and guests) and Mary Mallory (mystery movie and guests).

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And for Friday, we have this non-mystery woman in a scene with Back of the Head Lady.

And this, of course, is Ruth Buzzi in a scene with Ann-Margret.

Please congratulate Gary Martin (Thursday’s mystery chap), Julie Merholz (Thursday’s mystery chap), Ed (Thursday’s mystery chap), Dewey Webb (mystery movie and guests), Jenny M (mystery movie and guests),  Mary Mallory (Thursday’s mystery chap), Chrisbo (Thursday’s mystery chap), Lorenzo (Thursday’s mystery chap), Mike Hawks (Thursday’s mystery chap), Benito (Thursday’s mystery chap), Bob Hansen (Wednesday’s and Thursday’s mystery guests) and Rick (Thursday’s mystery chap).

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

  1. Lorenzo says:

    Today’s guest sures looks like Sasu Pitts, but, that seems too easy for a Monday mystery picture.

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  2. Stanhope1929 says:

    Please forgive the triple post: my machine is acting wonky (G)

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  3. Jenny M says:

    Ann Richards

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  4. Mary Mallory says:

    Renee Gadd, DAVID COPPERFIELD.

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  5. Jenny M says:

    Bonita Granville

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  6. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Our lady for tuesday is Bonita Granville.

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  7. Bob Hansen says:

    Tuesday’s girl must be Bonita Granville.

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  8. LC says:

    Bonita Granville

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  9. Lee Ann, Megan and Thom says:

    Tuesday is Bonita Granville, but not sure on movie yet.

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  10. Ed says:

    Is Tuesday Mona Freeman?

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  11. Lee Ann, Megan and Thom says:

    Today’s lady is Alice Brady in Call It a Day. Monday’s mystery woman is Elsa Buchanan.

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  12. dlhartzog says:

    Yesterday, Gail Patrick, today, Kitty Carlisle. Murder at the Vanities?

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  13. DeweyWebb says:

    Tues: Bonita Granville

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  14. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Alice Brady is our lady today which makes our monday lady Elsa Buchanan and the film CALL IT A DAY 1937. I am coming to you you from the depths of Van Nuys on my new home computer.

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  15. Earl Boebert says:

    Shot in the dark: Arlene Francis in “All My Sons”

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  16. LC says:

    Call It a Day (1937) Elsa Buchanan, Alice Brady, Olivia de Havilland & Ian Hunter

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  17. Benito says:

    Wednesday’s gal sure looks like Ethel Merman, that brass lunged denizen of Broadway who was briefly married to Ernest Borgnine.

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  18. mandymarie20 says:

    Is Tuesday Gloria Jean?

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  19. Gary Martin says:

    Roland Young …now for the hard part.

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  20. juliemerholz says:

    Roland Young

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  21. Ed says:

    Thursday is Roland Young

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  22. DeweyWebb says:

    Roland Young, Elsa Buchanan, etc in CALL IT A DAY

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  23. Jenny M says:

    Roland Young in Call It a Day.

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  24. Mary Mallory says:

    Roland Young today.

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  25. Chrisbo says:

    Roland Young on New Years Day.

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  26. Lorenzo says:

    Happy New Year, Larry. Thursday is a Topper with Roland Young.

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  27. Gary Martin says:

    I think the Wednesday lady is Kitty Carlisle (Hart, Mrs. Moss…). Perhaps the Monday is Cecilia Parker and the film Here is My Heart. Alas, I will never know: I leave at dawn for a month in Oaxaca …Life is a beach and then you die.

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  28. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Mr. Roland Young appears today the 1st of january 2015.

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  29. Benito says:

    Thursday’s gent is Roland Young, best known as Uncle Willie in THE PHILADELPHIA STORY and TOPPER.

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  30. Bob Hansen says:

    Wednesday’s photo was of the delightful Alice Brady, and Thursday’s is of the equally delightful Roland Young.

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  31. Rick says:

    Roland Young today

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  32. Mary Mallory says:

    Olivia DeHavilland today. I worked with her co-author 24 years ago when she was working on her autobiography. When her son got cancer, she shelved it. I wonder if she still has the manuscript.

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  33. juliemerholz says:

    Call It A Day…with Olivia deHavilland, Ian Hunter, Anita Louise, Alice Brady, Frieda Inescort, Bonita Granville, Peggy Wood, Marcia Ralston, Una O’Connor, Beryl Mercer.

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  34. william says:

    “Call It a Day”, 1937

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  35. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Olivia DeHavilland is having a heart to heart talk with Alice Brady.

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  36. Is it “Call It a Day”, 1937, with Olivia DeHavilland, now our oldest living Oscar recipient, Roland Young and future Lassie owner, Bonita Granville ?

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