CBC Studio (Gordon Street Studio)
CBC Studio (Gordon Street Studio)

Original CBC Studio (1329 Gordon Street Studio) home of "Hallroom Boys Comedies". Harry Cohn (white shirt) and Jack Cohn (white pants) and studio managers in 1924. The Cohn brothers became founders of Columbia Pictures, now Sunset Gower Studios.

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Columbia Pictures (now Sunset Gower Studios) in the 1920s
Columbia Pictures (now Sunset Gower Studios) in the 1920s

Columbia Pictures in the 1920s -Sunset Blvd. (left), Gower Street (bottom), Gordon St. (top), and Beachwood Drive (middle).

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Hollywood aerial shot of "Poverty Row"
Hollywood aerial shot of "Poverty Row"

Hollywood in 1926. Aerial shot of Poverty Row (Gower St. and Sunset Blvd)

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CBC Studio (Gordon Street Studio)
CBC Studio (Gordon Street Studio)

Original CBC Studio (1329 Gordon Street Studio) home of "Hallroom Boys Comedies". Harry Cohn (white shirt) and Jack Cohn (white pants) and studio managers in 1924. The Cohn brothers became founders of Columbia Pictures, now Sunset Gower Studios.

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Photos courtesy Marc Wanamaker, Bison Archives