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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by Blackthorn, Jul 21, 2014.
I prefer Lloyd to Keaton or Chaplin.
Having shown all three to large live audiences, I can tell you for a fact that Lloyd gets more and bigger laughs. I love them all, and Harry Langdon too, but Lloyd is by far the biggest crowd-pleaser.
The Palms, with cocktails.
The Fading Fasts will be stopping in for a cocktail or two.
At the local fairgrounds today.
When I show them to my students, they enjoy Lloyd and Keaton much more than Chaplin.
^^^^^ The Black Poodle's owner actually had a black Poodle.
You're already half-way there.
Rainbow Room. Black Poodle Lounge. Voo Doo Room. Here's an interesting run down on Nashville's Printers Alley.
I may be considered a philistine by some in this group, but Chaplin has never done a thing for me.
Unfortunately Printer's Alley has gotten "Disneyfied', sort of like Times Square. Not worth the effort, and is almost only for tourists these days.
Once upon a time it was a pretty good "Den of Iniquity".
The guy with the black poodle in the picture was "Skull" Schulman, a genuine character. His usual attire was a checked suit in a sort of reddish color and he'd walk his poodle around town on a daily basis.
The whole city mourned his murder.
Sorry for the crappy cellphone camera quality, but here's some modern neon signage at Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World, which I snapped last weekend.
I took the kids to Disney World a few years ago. We had a package that included a pass to each of the four parks. I didn't necessarily think the Hollywood Studios was the most fun one, but it definitely was the best looking one.
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The West Urn.