Here we have the answers to last week’s foray into the box at the theatre.
I liked Caftan Woman’s answers for “C”.
Hang onto your opera gloves and top hats, here’s the official scorecard:
A - Bette Davis in “Deception” (1946).
B - Errol Flynn and Greer Garson in “That Forsyte Woman” (1949).
C - Errol Flynn, William Frawley, and Jack Carson in “Gentleman Jim” (1942).
D - Cary Grant, Edward Arnold, and Jack Oakie in “The Toast of New York” (1937).
E - Among this distinguished group we have Charles Boyer (standing), Alexis Smith, Dame May Whitty, and Charles Coburn in “The Constant Nymph” (1943). The distance made this a toughie.