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Old Posted Oct 4, 2015, 7:04 PM
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Olvera Street



Ok, I think that's the Marie Hammel Building (Hudson & Munsel, 1909) and Italian Hall (Julius Kraus, 1907). This bit of Olvera St was also used in "The Kid" reunion scene as detailed here. Map of Olvera Street.


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P.S.

Here's the confirming quote:

"As I explain in my book Silent Traces, Chaplin was already familiar with Olvera Street, as he previously filmed chase scenes from Easy Street (1917) along the same spot."

-John Bengtson in silent locations



.....I may still be confused about this (obviously). Correct me if I'm wrong. Anyway, here's another view:


LAT

And plate No. 5 of the 1914 Baist map (sort of) identifying the building at the end of Olvera St (across Macy) in the screen grab:

Last edited by tovangar2; Oct 4, 2015 at 9:42 PM. Reason: utter confusion
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