Who is it? Who is it?

23 Apr

253.1954Portrait2MaleportraitlegManrayWho is She or He?

1) He or she was born in France.

2) His or her father was a famous Parisian.

3) His or her portrait – painted before meeting Errol – hangs in a leading museum.

4) Many considered him or her to be handsome or beautiful.

5) He or she was a friend of Noel Coward, as was his or her very close companion.

6) George Cukor liked him or her, also.

7) He or she had relations with a number of notable men.

8) He or she once made a movie with Merle Oberon.

9) He or she was almost in a movie with Errol.

10) He or she is mentioned in MWWW, but not his or her wife or husband or partner.

— Tim


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  1. Tim

    April 23, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    More Clues:

    11) He or she was closely associated with a war hero.

    12) He or she knew Man Ray.

    13) He or she was not considered a great actress.

    14) He or she often frequented the “21” & Stork Clubs.

    15) He or she was once was in a movie with Katherine Hepburn.

    16) His or her mother was born in Hungary.

    17) He or she was friends with Marlene Dietrich.

    18) After being a famous resident of Paris, he or she lived in Hollywood & New York.

    19) He or she is reported to have had very unusual sexual tastes.

    20) He or she was known well in Venice & St. Moritz.

  2. rswilltell

    April 23, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    I’m stumped Tim! How about some more clues?


    • Tim

      April 23, 2014 at 8:41 pm

      It’s a very tough one, Ralph – very tough!

      1) His or her last name at birth began with an ‘H’.

      2) He or she once had an affair with a famous German, who was connected to a very famous movie.

      3) I’m putting several photos above, which he or she, or their romantic interest, is featured in.

    • Tim

      April 24, 2014 at 8:09 pm

      Looks like Robert beat you to the punch, Ralph. The famous paintings were right up his alley. Of course, the BIG news is not so much that Natalie Paley fits the description provided in my clues, but, rather, that it was her that “brushwhacked” Errol! – which I’m elaborating on over on the new “Virile Errol’s Royal Pain in the Ass”tab. This I believe has never been published before. But (everyone) please do promptly correct me if I’m wrong!

  3. Robert

    April 23, 2014 at 10:08 pm

    Natalie Paley

    • Tim

      April 24, 2014 at 12:30 pm

      Very good, Sir Robert!

      Being right up your alley as a painter, I thought the famous paintings might tip you off.

      P.S. Good to hear a direct response from you. Haven’t seen one of those in quite a long while!