There were some good guesses, some funny guesses and some correct guesses this time around. Yes we are looking at young Larry Hagman in 1941 when he was a student at the Black-Foxe Military Academy.
|Oh no, not another uniform!|
Now since we can't very well shower accolades on someone named Anonymous, we will have to declare Marksparky the first identifiable correct guess! (sorry 'nony') CONGRATULATIONS MARKSPARKY!!!
Black-Foxe existed from 1928 to 1968 right here in the shadows of Hollywood on Wilcox Ave. just south of Melrose.
Just as you'd suspect, a lot of Hollywood youngsters and futures would attend including: Harry Carey Jr., Horace Heidt Jr., Sydney Chaplin and Michael Douglas.
Here are a couple more sons of.....
The caption reads: Robert Walker shows his two sons, Bobby and Michael, the camera used in filming location scenes for My Son John at the Black-Foxe Military Institute in Los Angeles, where, coincidentally, the boys are students.
Thanks for playing everyone, there will be a new mystery soon.