Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
THE PALOMAR – ARCHITECT SAMUEL B. BIRD – BURNT TO THE GROUND IN 1939
1922 – A CROWD – SUNRISE SERVICE – THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL
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What coats – The Dandy wants the one that the gentleman on the right is wearing!!
And that hat – shame hats that size don;t suit me.
Adore how ramshackle the bowl looks – like a hilltop in some remote range.
The Perfumed Dandy
Looking at the London forecast, you could use a coat like that, and turn up the fur collar! And, maybe a pair of earmuffs. The Bowl started as a natural amphitheater where people stood or sat on the ground.
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