Once upon a time, in the nineteen eighties, Cecil B.’s house still stood atop a hill in a neighborhood called Los Feliz, not far from our place in Beachwood Canyon.… Read more What my feet looked like when I decided to walk from my house to Cecil B. DeMille’s →
I love the blog Beguiling Hollywood. Vickie Lester posts these great pictures of stars of yore–publicity shots, movie shots–and describes them with a quick caption or a little essay and… Read more Double Indemnity | Brick Wahl →
As seen in REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE and ROCKETEER and too many movies to list — the fabulous observatory designed by the architectural firm of John C. Austin and Frederic… Read more HOLLYWOOD STARGAZING – GRIFFITH PARK OBSERVATORY →
Waiters outside the Hollywood Brown Derby – on strike in 1934: A night view in Hollywood some thirty years later… You can see the Brown Derby’s neon sign glowing on… Read more A STRIKE AND A NIGHT VIEW AT THE HOLLYWOOD BROWN DERBY →
You can cross reference with the handy map in the previous post! This is the dessert case:
I love the informal map of Hollywood on the cover of the Brown Derby menu. . If you click on the menu it’s easier to see.
I never did, different generation (quite a few generations), but here a few stars at the Brown Derby – oh, and the pattern on the china is “Blue Willow”: George… Read more THE BROWN DERBY – FOUR LOCATIONS – EVERYONE ATE THERE →