Movieland Mystery Photo (Updated + + + +)

This week’s mystery movie has been “After Office Hours,” a 1935 MGM picture starring Constance Bennett (Thursday’s mystery woman), Clark Gable (Friday’s mystery fellow), Stuart Erwin (Friday’s mystery guest), Billie Burke (not shown), Harvey Stephens (Wednesday’s mystery guest) and Katharine Alexander (Tuesday’s mystery guest). The screenplay was by Herman J. Mankiewicz from a story by Laurence Stallings and Dale Van Every, and directed by Robert Z. Leonard.   It is available on DVD from Warner Archive.

July 27, 2015, Mystery Photo
Don’t blink or you will miss Mrs. Claypool.


And for Monday, we have a distinguished mystery gent.

Update: This is Hale Hamilton.

June 23, 2015, Mystery Photo
For Tuesday, we have a mystery woman.

Update: This is Katharine Alexander.

Please congratulate Mike Hawks, Sheila, David Inman and Mary Mallory for identifying Monday’s mystery fellow.

June 24, 2015, Mystery Photo

Look, we have triplets!

Update: This is Harvey Stephens.

Please congratulate Mike Hawks (mystery movie and mystery woman).


For Thursday, we two mystery guests.

This is Charles Richman and Constance Bennett.

Please congratulate Mike Hawks (Wednesday’s mystery chap), Mary Mallory (mystery movie and guests) and Howard Mandelbaum (mystery movie and guests).

June 26, 2015, Mystery Photo

And for Friday, three (totally not) mystery chaps.

Update: This is Henry Travers, left, Stuart Erwin, center, and Clark Gable.

Please congratulate Mary Mallory, Howard Mandelbaum and Mike Hawks for identifying Thursday’s mystery guests.

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

  1. MIKE HAWKS says:

    My vote is for Hale Hamilton.


  2. Sheila says:

    Hale Hamilton?


  3. Anne Papineau says:

    A little bit Edmund Lowe


  4. Jenny M says:

    Ann Dvorak


  5. Gary Martin says:

    Same thumb different day.


  6. Benito says:

    Tuesday’s girl sure looks like Margaret Sullavan


  7. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Katharine Alexander and hopefully, the movie is AFTER OFFICE HOURS.


  8. Bob Hansen says:

    Is Tuesday’s woman Gertrude Michael?


  9. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Now it is Harvey Stephens turn to shine.


  10. Lorenzo says:

    Tuesday’s guest reminds me of Kitty Carlisle.


  11. Howard Mandelbaum says:

    Hale Hamilton, Katharine Alexander and Harvey Stephens in “After Office Hours.”


  12. Mary Mallory says:

    Charles Richman and Constance Bennett.


  13. Howard Mandelbaum says:

    Charles Richman and Constance Bennett.


  14. MIKE HAWKS says:

    What is Charles Richman pondering as Constance Bennett reads the paper.


  15. Mary Mallory says:

    Henry Travers, Stuart Erwin, and Clark Gable.


  16. juliemerholz says:

    After Office Hours 1935 with Constance Bennett, Clark Gable, Stuart Erwin, Henry Travers, Billie Burke, and Harvey Stephens.


  17. Lorenzo says:

    Based on today’s trio I’m led to believe the movie is “After Office Hours” with Erwin, Travers, and Gable.


  18. Jenny M says:

    Henry Travers, Stuart Erwin, and Clark Gable in After Office Hours.


  19. MIKE HAWKS says:

    Filling in the gaps are Henry Travers, Stu Erwin and Clark Gable.


  20. Gary Martin says:

    We have Clark gable and Henry Travers in After Office Hours but I do not recognize any of the others. I did once see Irene Dunne wearing the dress with the bow.


  21. beachgal says:

    The movie is After Office Hours


    • beachgal says:

      Friday is Henry Travers on the left with Gable — Thurs is Charles Richman with Constance Bennett


      • beachgal says:

        The guy in the middle on Friday is Stewart Erwin. Tues is Katherine Alexander. Wen is Harvey Stephens. Monday might be Henry Armetta.


  22. Rogét-L.A. says:

    After Office Hours (1935)


  23. LC says:

    Well, I knew Constance Bennett, just didn’t know which movie, until now, it’s After Office Hours (1935) w/Clark Gable, Henry Travers & Stuart Erwin.


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