Eastern District

Broadway Serenade

Posted on: December 14, 2009 by PERyHS 3 Comments
Mount Lowe Preservation Society Collection

Mount Lowe Preservation Society Collection

Pacific Electric interurban no. 1214 stands in the shade of a passenger platform while the Riverside Theater (playing 1939's "Broadway Serenade" and Disney's "Ugly Duckling") looms in the background.

Jack Finn Collection

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  1. Mark W Bender

    October 8, 2011

    Fox Theater again!

    Fox’s Riverside Theater opened in1929 as a cinema/vaudeville theater house. It was built with a Spanish Colonial Revival style and attracted well-known performers including Bing Crosby and Judy Garland. Additionally, it became popular as a location for motion picture previews, the theater was the site of the first public screening of “Gone with the Wind.”

    http://www.foxriversidelive.com/history.html

    – Thanks, Mark! – ed.

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  2. Everett Neal

    November 2, 2012

    Outstanding shot of #1214. I can barely make out the slightly opened oval window at the rear of the car. I assume that is the conductor standing at the right, rear corner of the car.

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  3. George Todd

    November 3, 2012

    You can clearly see the conductor with his left hand outstretched for the grabiron, and his left leg is upraised to board the car.

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