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Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

February 26, 2011 |  7:26 am





  2011_0219_mystery_photo  
  Los Angeles Time file photo  


I thought it would be fun to switch back to mystery people, so here’s today’s mystery guest!

[Update: Please congratulate Mike Hawks and Mary Mallory for identifying our mystery fellow!]

[Update 2: This is Tay Garnett in a photo published Feb. 22, 1935.]
There’s a new photo on the jump!




 
  2011_0220_mystery_photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  

[Update: Tay Garnett in a photo published April 1, 1935.]

  Feb. 21, 2011, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  


[Update: Please congratulate Mike Hawks and Mary Mallory for identifying our mystery bride!]

[Update 2: This is Tay Garnett and Patsy Ruth Miller in a photo published Sept. 9, 1929.]


Our mystery guest has a mystery bride!

  Feb. 22, 2011, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  

[Update: This is Tay Garnett and the former Patsy Ruth Miller in a photo published Sept. 10, 1930.]

  Feb. 23, 2011, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  


[Update: Everybody recognized the easy mystery guests and identified the film under production. But the mystery woman was variously identified as Marion Davies (no), Joan Crawford (no), Jeanette MacDonald (no) and another woman, which was wrong but on the right track.  Please congratulate Mark Heimback-Nielsen for identifying her!]

[Update 2: Tay Garnett, his wife Helga Moray, Clark Gable,  Jean Harlow, Wallace Beery on the "China Seas" set. It’s not clear whether this photo was ever published in The Times.]

Here’s our mystery guest with some (absolutely not) mystery companions. I held this out until Wednesday to keep from making it too easy.

   Feb. 24, 2011, Mystery Photo  
  Los Angeles Times file photo  

 

[Update: I was going to name which readers identified which mystery people, but that became pretty tangled so I’m going to publish the comments and post one final mystery picture. Congratulations everybody. I will supply the missing names tomorrow!]

  April 21, 1935, Tay Garnett  


Here’s the photo, published April 21, 1935. The Times reported Nov. 6, 1935, that "Moray filed an application with the American Society of Cinematographers and is the only professional feminine motion picture photographer in the film industry."

For Thursday, we have a mix of mix pros and non-pros. Can you sort them out?

 

  Feb. 25, 2011, Mystery Photo  


Here’s our mystery guest with a (not) mystery companion.

[Update: This is Tay Garnett and Robert Taylor in 1963 during the production of “Cattle King.” The photo was published in 1977 with Garnett’s obituary. ] 

  Oct. 5, 1977, Tay Garnett  


Tay Garnett’s obituary, published Oct. 5, 1977.

Come back tomorrow for another picture!

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