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The Orpheum Theatre-In March of 1898, Abraham Frankenstein became music director of the Orpheum Theatre on South Main Street in Los Angeles, establishing the city’s first permanent theatre orchestra. He remained at the Orpheum for over thirty years. The Orpheum Theatre was host to  the biggest names in vaudeville, including Jack Benny, Fanny Brice, Houdini, the Marx Brothers,  Sophie Tucker. Charlie Chaplin and Charlie Murray used to sit in the front row and talk to Frankenstein between…

The Orpheum Theatre-In March of 1898, Abraham Frankenstein became music director of the Orpheum Theatre on South Main Street in Los Angeles, establishing the city’s first permanent theatre orchestra. He remained at the Orpheum for over thirty years. The Orpheum Theatre was host to the biggest names in vaudeville, including Jack Benny, Fanny Brice, Houdini, the Marx Brothers, Sophie Tucker. Charlie Chaplin and Charlie Murray used to sit in the front row and talk to Frankenstein between…

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1920's Los Angeles Floral Shop http://oh-bee.blogspot.it/2014/07/another-roadside-attraction-vol-2.html

1920's Los Angeles Floral Shop http://oh-bee.blogspot.it/2014/07/another-roadside-attraction-vol-2.html

Here’s a real Angeleno film noir sort of night for you. This is 1937 and we’re near the corner of Wilcox and Selma Avenues looking north toward Hollywood Boulevard. We can see the Hotel Mark Twain, the Warner Brothers' Hollywood Theater, and the twin KFWB radio masts (which are still there today.) All we need is a trench coat, a set of brass knuckles, and a dame with a secret, and we’d be all set.

Here’s a real Angeleno film noir sort of night for you. This is 1937 and we’re near the corner of Wilcox and Selma Avenues looking north toward Hollywood Boulevard. We can see the Hotel Mark Twain, the Warner Brothers' Hollywood Theater, and the twin KFWB radio masts (which are still there today.) All we need is a trench coat, a set of brass knuckles, and a dame with a secret, and we’d be all set.

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