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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    Buster Keaton's 1928 classic The Cameraman has a lengthy sequence filmed at the Venice Plunge. You can read about at towards the end of my post about this film. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/buster-keatons-the-cameraman/...
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    That "1938" photo with the tall gas storage tanks looks north up Center Street, and shows where Charlie Chaplin chased a woman around the NE corner of Jackson in Modern Times (1936), as you can see on this post below....
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    Charlie Chaplin filmed opening scenes here for his early masterpiece The Kid (1921). The abandoned campus building (3rd photo in this post) that is now an apartment building at Figueroa Street and Avenue 50, was used as the charity maternity...
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    These lost depots often appear in classic silent films, with Douglas Fairbanks, Harold Lloyd, and Stan Laurel, as explained in my recent post http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/silent-cameos-of-the-lost-southern-pacific-depot/...
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    Great post. For a time both Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd rode Court Flight during their lunch breaks. You can see a great 3-D map of Court Hill, and Court Flight, on my blog post about silent movies and the...
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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    This post tracks the above video taking a tour through Bunker Hill, and shows how Laurel & Hardy filmed scenes there along the way. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/stan-ollie-and-harold-a-drive-through-bunker-hill/...
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    Buster Keaton's 1928 classic The Cameraman has a lengthy sequence filmed at the Venice Plunge. You can read about at towards the end of my post about this film. http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/buster-keatons-the-cameraman/...
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    That "1938" photo with the tall gas storage tanks looks north up Center Street, and shows where Charlie Chaplin chased a woman around the NE corner of Jackson in Modern Times (1936), as you can see on this post below....
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    Charlie Chaplin filmed opening scenes here for his early masterpiece The Kid (1921). The abandoned campus building (3rd photo in this post) that is now an apartment building at Figueroa Street and Avenue 50, was used as the charity maternity...
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    These lost depots often appear in classic silent films, with Douglas Fairbanks, Harold Lloyd, and Stan Laurel, as explained in my recent post http://silentlocations.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/silent-cameos-of-the-lost-southern-pacific-depot/...
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    Great post. For a time both Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd rode Court Flight during their lunch breaks. You can see a great 3-D map of Court Hill, and Court Flight, on my blog post about silent movies and the...
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