Tuesday, May 24, 2005

833 Cahuenga To-day

817— the life-giving Hollywood Craftsman that every Minnesotan of 1909 yearned for—your typical home on Cahuenga. Typical once, anyway.



Here, however, is what’s become of Stanhope’s house up the street at 833:



Why did these two tussle? Consider: Casper, a ghost, like a white sheet, dig. And Stanhope, player in 1947’s lambast of the Klan The Burning Cross. I seeeee.

(Burning Cross was shot at Ren-Mar Studios [nee Metro Studios] across the street at 846. Must be nice to walk to work.)

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