Hollywood's Golden Age was long ago, the late twenties, when the folks out here finally perfected the massive epic silent movie and everyone became amazingly rich, through the early thirties, when America's only escape from the despair of the Great Depression was going to the movies, which now had sound – talking and singing and dancing, featuring elegant witty people at ease. The money poured in, and in central Hollywood, particularly along Whitley Avenue and over on Wilcox, the...
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