Classic Hollywood | Los Angeles Times Here's a crazy photo from the Los Angeles Times files of "The Real McCoys" stars Richard Crenna and Walter Brennan, who was born on July 26, 1894, clowning around at a bowling alley.
The location of this 1929 three lane outdoor bowling alley in Hollywood is a bit difficult to pinpoint. I think this location might be the corner of Ivar and Sunset, where the Los Angeles Film School building is now located. Bizarre Los Angeles.
A 1929 three lane outdoor bowling alley in Hollywood. North of photo center is the Knickerboker Hotel and to the right is the Broadway located at Vine and Hollywood. Location might be the corner of Ivar and Sunset, where the Los Angeles Film School building is now located. The Muller Bros. automobile service center owned this block, meaning that the bowling alley was probably used by people waiting for their cars to be serviced. (LAPL) Bizarre Los Angeles.
The Pan-Pacific Theatre, located at 7554 W. Beverly Boulevard, with double feature plus a Disney Cartoon in 1942. The weekday ‘Bargain Matinee’ price is 20¢ until 5 p.m. The theatre building also housed a cafe, ice rink and bowling alley. Built in 1942, the theatre closed in 1984 and was demolished not too long afterwards