Christmas on Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, 1937
Girl feeds bib wearing turkey at a restaurant in Los Angeles, CA - c. 1930s
This is me at Thanksgiving, basically…..
Harold Lloyd’s The Freshman (1925)
Free screening of the newly restored "The Freshman" (1925) in Los Angeles, CA on November 22nd, 2013 by Janus Films and The USC School of Cinematic Arts - Make online reservations here https://cinema.usc.edu/events/event.cfm?id=138747:00 P.M. on Friday, November 22nd, 2013Norris Cinema Theatre/Frank Sinatra Hall
3507 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90007Q and A with Harold’s granddaughter Suzanne Lloyd after the film.Arrive early! They overbook and it will be first come, first served.
The Bradbury Mansion in Los Angeles, CA - Occupied for years by various film companies and onetime home to Hal Roach’s Rollin Film Company. It was so drafty that Harold Lloyd dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”. c. (Sadly, it was demolished in 1929).
Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels in “Look Out Below” (1919) - The first of Lloyd’s silent “thrill” comedies, and filmed beside the Hill Street balustrade in downtown Los Angeles. In the film, the railing wasn’t visible, thus giving the illusion that they were several stories above the ground.
Swells take their ease in a Pacific Electric Railway Parlor Car, Los Angeles, circa 1925.
A shopper during Downtown Dollar Days in Los Angeles needs help getting on the streetcar with all her purchases - c. 1933
Children enjoying ice cream at the Hoot Hoot I Scream hut in Los Angeles, CA - c. 1930s
The head rotated; the eyes, made from Buick headlamps, blinked; the sign: Hoot Hoot, I Scream, used elements of a theater marquee. For over 50 years, Tillie Hattrup ran this L.A.-area refreshment spot designed and built by her husband, Roy in 1926-27. It was demolished in 1979.
Husband goes above and beyond the call of duty for wife during Downtown Dollar Days in Los Angeles, CA - September, 1933