Hollywood's Golden Age, Hollywood and Vine was home to many of
the most famous nightclubs, theaters and restaurants. Celebriteis
danced the night away at the Brown Derby, Sardi's, Clara Bow's
"It" Cafe, and Al Levy's tavern. They met their fans
for breakfast at Tom Breneman's a resturant from which live interviews
were broadcast on national radio. Movies live performances and
radio shows could be experienced at the Palaco, the Vine Street
Theatre (now the Doolittle) and the Pantages.
"skyscrapers" at Hollywood and Vine are symbols of the
importance of the intersection in the Golden Age of Hollywood.
As support facilities of the entertainment industry in finance
and commerce, such ornate editices as the Equitable Building,
the Taft Building and the B.H. Dvas Building contributed to the
image of Hollywood Boulevard as the "style center of the
world." The buildings at Hollywood and Vine have appeared
in countless motion pictures and television productions from the
1920's to the present.
information was found at a sign at Hollywood and Vine.