Movieland Mystery Photo

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

As I noted yesterday, I’m doing the mystery movie posts a bit differently this week. For reasons that will become clear at a future date, I’m posting multiple images from a mystery movie each day, rather than stringing them out for a week.

Image No. 1 shows a rustic gent.

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 2 shows an unfortunate event.

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 3, allows a better look at one of the mystery women from Image No. 2.

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 4, shows a mystery woman, a mystery child and a couple of mystery cowboys who have an interesting way of carrying their guns.

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 5 seems to show the same mystery guests from Image No. 4, minus the mystery child.

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 6 shows a mystery lad in a newsboy cap. Woo-hoo!

March 8, 2016, Mystery Photo

Image No. 7 has two of the mystery guests from Images No. 4 and 5. Historical note: The Big 7 Saloon serves lemonade and soft drinks, coffee and tea.

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About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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3 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo

  1. Mary Mallory says:

    It looks like Jack Pickford in the newsboy cap, but I don’t remember D. W. Griffith doing any comic western.

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  2. stevo says:

    was this movie made in new jersey, looks like a Edison film

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  3. Sheila says:

    Walter Long, Charles Ogle, Wallace Reid, Anita King? This is hard!

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