From here we have a glorious color photo of Vine Street, Hollywood, looking north toward Hollywood Boulevard. Most prominently, we can see the Tom Breneman’s Hollywood Restaurant, which became famous when Breneman started hosting his “Breakfast in H
A gorgeous view of Falcon Lair as it appeared once Doris Dukes renovations were complete. The house would remain virtually unchanged until the late a wonderful reminder of the early days of Hollywood, perched high in the hills of Benedict Canyon.
While the pulsing antenna is no longer part of the globe, the orb remains of the old RKO Radio Pictures studio building, now a part of Paramount Pictures, shown here at the corner of Gower and Melrose.