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Photo Blog #21: More Lingering Mysteries

It is #21 in the Library of Congress’s movie mystery still blog.  As we did last month, this time we are reposting a few stills that are still in search of a solution.

As always, “clicking” on any of the images below will increase them in size so that they are easier to see.  Please offer up any suggestions or answers in the “Comments” section below.  As these photos are–hopefully–identified, we will update this blog accordingly.  Thanks again.

1.  We’ve had various guesses for this young lady including Carrie Fisher but, so far, nothing confirmed.

2.  In pencil on the back of this still, it is written “The Apprentice with Mr. McGrath” which makes us think that man in the photo is long-time actor Paul McGrath but we haven’t been able to confirm that or anything else.  (By the way, a date is also stamped on the back of the photo; it reads:  “Jul 31 1968.”)

3.  Lots of guesses for this guy too but, so far, nothing solid.

SOLVED:  Ivica Pajer!–Thank you to “Maciste.”

4.  Hopefully someone can let us know who this trio is collectively or individually.  Are they a rock group?  A dance troupe?  Bear in mind that this photo might be international in origin.

5.  This shot is quite distinctive and we believe it was shot in the San Fran subway system.  But, beyond that, we don’t know.

6. We’ve got several shots of this young actress (we assume) but don’t know who she is.

7.  About a million guesses so far for this lady but nothing we are certain of.  (The photographer of this image is Peter Perri, or so it says in the lower corner.)

8.  Is this for a horror film?  An opera?  We thought it might be of actor Michael Constatine but Mr. Constatine says no.  So who is it?

9.  We assume a silent film actress but we have yet to be able to confirm who she is.

10.  We think that that’s the same young man in both photos above.  But we don’t know who he is or who his friend is either.

11.  Maybe an actor of stage and/or screen?  But we don’t know his name.

12.  This lady looks like Suzy Mandel but Ms. Mandel says it’s not her.  We are open to suggestions.

13. We don’t know this sepia-toned man yet but we are open to suggestions.

UPDATE:  George Magrill?

14.  We’ve had a couple of guesses on this lady who has taken a tumble in the snow but nothing for sure.

15.  And one more.  This one will be hard as he’s got the glasses on but we are ever hopeful.

To see our previous some other photos which might not have been solved yet, please click on the links below.

Photo Blog #1:  Who’s That Lady?

Photo Blog #2:  Who’s that Gent? (4 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #3:  Name That Movie! (5 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #4:  Musical Mysteries (5 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #5:  Unknown Horrors (1 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #6:  Small Screen Oddities (4 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #7:  International Unknowns (5 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #8:  Mysterious Silents (4 out of 6 solved!)

Photo Blog #9:  Portraits of an Unknown Woman (3 of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #10:  The Films With No Name (7 out of 8 solved!)

Photo Blog #11:  The Kids are Unknown (5 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #12:  Reel Mysteries (5 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #13:  Men of Mystery (4 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #14:  More Musical Mysteries (3 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #15:  The Executive Guess (1 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #16:  The Familiar Female (1 out of 10 solved!) 

Photo Blog #17:  Cowboys and Question Marks (6 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #18:  Oddities and Ends (2 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #19:  Potpourri (1 out of 10 solved!)

Photo Blog #20:  Lingering Mysteries

 

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