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Marilyn Monroe as "Pola Debevoise." RIVER OF NO RETURN (1954) Twentieth Century-Fox 91 min.
Marilyn Monroe as "Kay Weston." THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954) Twentieth Century-Fox 117 min.
and Music Center were even built: The same area in the early 1970s, before the old Hall of Records was demolished: Eastern Columbia Building Downtown circa 1930 6th Street circa 1913 Broadway circa 1940 3rd St circa 1973 Grand Ave circa 1982 Broadway circa 1931 Miracle Mile (Wilshire Blvd) circa 1965 Los Angeles circa 1964 Venice Beach circa 1920 Bunker Hill circa 1969 Glendale circa 1900 Here's another old photo from the LAPL website.
being constructed right up against it in 1970: 1973: Being demolished later in 1973: Of course the building is at an odd angle on the block because it followed the old street pattern before they were widened and realigned: 1924 I don't know what that building on the left is, but it can clearly be seen in this shot of that area a few years later in the early 1960s; you can see that the hill has mostly been smoothed down with the Civic Center Mall under construction and some government buildings occupying the area, and in the distance you can see the beginnings of the Music Center, with the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion still under construction and the Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson not built at this point; the DWP building is visible: Here's an earlier shot of the area before the DWP Bldg.
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Marilyn Monroe as "Roberta Stevens." LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL (1951) Twentieth Century-Fox 77 min. With Claudette Colbert, Macdonald Carey, Zachary Scott. Marilyn Monroe as "Peggy." WE'RE NOT MARRIED (1952) Twentieth Century-Fox 85 min.
B/W; D: Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Henry King, Henry Koster, Jean Negulesco. Marilyn Monroe as "the streetwalker." MONKEY BUSINESS (1952) Twentieth Century-Fox 97 min.
In the distance, the Hall of Records on the left, City Hall on the right. It shows the plan to widen Spring Street near that now-demolished Hall of Records and old County Courthouse building.
M-N-9399-023~1 Downtown Los Angeles 1948 There are two buildings with domes in the foreground. Again, not film noirish; this time more like end of the silent-movie era/dawn of the talkies.