Containing Multitudes Since 2004
I would've loved to hear the conversation that day - a cacophony of mutations of the human voice that would've matched or possibly dwarfed the photo, which by itself is one of the damnedest juxtapositions I've ever seen.
This would have to be from some sort of Disney-oriented event, wouldn't it? Fess Parker is obvious, Lorre was in 20,000 Leagues, and Stang did voices for Disney animated pictures.
That would be the likeliest explanation. I have no background on the photo itself (maybe it's better that way).
The photo is a publicity still taken for an episode of the TV series "Playhouse 90" titled "Turn Left at Mt. Everest" (Apr. 3, 1958). You can find more information here at the official website for the Peter Lorre biography "The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre" -- http://peterlorrebook.com/plphotos9.html
From the website:"Lorre was co-starring with Parker in “Turn Left at Mt. Everest” (Playhouse 90, April 3, 1958) as a Nepalese camp aide who helps reunite a soldier and his girlfriend during the Burma-India theater of World War II. "
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