Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]
[Update: Elisabeth Bergner: The German star, seen previously here as "Catherine the Great," displays her versatile genius in "Escape Me Never," at the Four Star, her art being hailed as more exquisite on the screen, even, than in the stage play, in which she appeared recently in New York, in a photo stamped June 16, 1935.
[Update: The peasantry still flourishes! Elisabeth Bergner continues at the Four Star in the film version of the stage play "Escape Me Never," in a photo stamped June 30, 1935. ]
And here she is for Tuesday!
[Update 3: BOSTON -- The time-honored procedure of makeup of the minstrel was reversed recently by Negro actor Canada Lee who made up in "whiteface" for his part as Daniel De Bosola in the revived Elizabethan drama "The Duchess of Malfi." Here, backstage at Boston's Shubert Theater, Canada Lee, made up in "whiteface" has his new face inspected by Elisabeth Bergner, female lead in the play, Sept. 30, 1946.]
[Update 2: Please congratulate Dewey Webb, Lynne Levine and Lee Thom and Megan for identifying Wednesday's mystery companion and Claire Lockhart for identifying our mystery lady. ]
[Update: Please congratulate Pamela Porter for identifying our mystery guest and her mystery companion!]
For Wednesday, our mystery guest has a mystery companion!
And here’s a closer look.
[Update: Elisabeth Bergner is scoring personal hit in "Two Mrs. Carrolls," now at the Biltmore Theater, in a photo published Jan. 28, 1946. ]
And for Thursday, stripes! How about those shoulders?
[Update 2: Please congratulate Mary Mallory, Mike Hawks, Rick Scott and Dewey Webb for identifying our mystery lady and one of her mystery companions. Please congratulate Julie Merholz, Benito, Lynne Levin, Arye Michael Bender, Rick and Randy Skretvedt for identifying one of the mystery men. And congratulate Norma Desmond for identifying our mystery gal! ]
[Update: Elisabeth Bergner (center) receives the Drama League's Delia Austrian Medal for distinguished performance in "The Two Ms. Carrolls," presented by the show's producer Reginald Denham (right), on behalf of the league. Victor Jory, male lead of the play, looks on (left). The award was made at the annual spring luncheon of the Drama League of New York at the Hotel Pierre, New York, May 9, 1944.]
And for Friday, our mystery gal has two mystery companions!