More mystery stills from the Library of Congress!

The hard-working folks at the Library of Congress need some more help identifying mystery stills! So, fellow film nerds, we get to help the LoC and have fun solving a mystery at the same time. Pretty cool, huh?

If you think you have an idea about the id of a still, please leave a comment here or mosey on over to the LoC and share your hunch. You will find all the past mystery stills linked at the bottom of the latest post.

(Obviously, the header is not a mystery still, it’s from the 1922 Sherlock Holmes.)

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Still #1: Snow days! (courtesy of LoC)
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#2: Crash! (courtesy of LoC)
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Still #3: On the phone (courtesy of LoC)

And here are some stills I posted before but have yet to be identified.

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Still #4: Arabian Nights? (courtesy of LoC)
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Still #5: Creepy! (courtesy of LoC)

So, look, enjoy, and give a holler if you think you know something. All the best!

 

6 Replies to “More mystery stills from the Library of Congress!”

  1. Image 5 Looks like a scene from Haxan Witchcraft Through The Ages, A 1922 German Film. I Hope I Hope I’m Right!

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