Monday, September 29, 2014

Let's All Go To The Movies - Puritan Picture

Occasionally the search for old photographs finds your LOST GALLERY curator in the darkest corner of a junk shop, elbow deep in a hat-box of ephemera. It's rare, but occasionally we see a familiar face ...

Well, the first guy on the left looks familiar, a bit like Charles Bronson. And I think I've seen the first guy on the right but, I don't know the name. I don't know the name of this opus either.

Gee, there sure are a lot of movies I haven't seen.

Now, if the central gentleman (fourth face from the left) is Hardie Hunter Albright, then this still is from the 1936 version of "The Scarlet Letter" with Coleen Moore and Alan Hale.

But that's only a guess. IMBD has a photograph of him also.

Do you have any ideas?


Oh, don't get your knickers in a knot. I'll clean the garage tomorrow. I'm gonna go play pool with the boys.

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