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Old Posted Nov 13, 2019, 8:22 PM
Martin Pal Martin Pal is offline
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I don't recall seeing this photo dated 1966 before:

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The Warner Theater is playing a film I'm not familiar with: An American Dream, based on a Norman Mailer novel. It starred Stuart Whitman and Janet Leigh, with Eleanor Parker, Barry Sullivan, Lloyd Nolan, Murray Hamilton and George Takei. It was apparently a huge flop, so much so that distributors re-titled the film See You in Hell, Darling. It was, however, nominated for a Best Song Oscar for "A Time for Love."

Tony Bennett sings it on Andy Williams' show, 1966:
(And the winner was: Born Free.)

I love the array of cars parked along the street. What is the red sporty one in front of Coffee Dan's?

The banner hanging across the road (above KFWB and Aldo's) I can't read, except the top two words: National Treasures.

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