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Phyllis Diller  and Bob Hope  "Right from the start my parents had left me to fend for myself. Apparently unaware that I was a kid, they invariably treated me like an adult, perhaps because they themselves were no spring chickens." -  PHYLLIS DILLER, Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse

Bob Hope Phyllis Diller two very funny people ! ahh ahh ahh ( phyllis dillers laugh :P )

Moms Mabley

Moms Mabley Comedian Jackie "Moms" Mabley, born Loretta Mary Aiken, was an American standup comedian and a pioneer of the so-called "Chitlin' Circuit" of African-American vaudeville. Wikipedia Born: March Brevard, NC Died: May White Plains, NY

LA Waterfront, circa 1950. A view of the former Catalina Terminal and Pacific Electric Red Cars in Wilmington. Materials Testing Laboratory Photograph Collection, Los Angeles Harbor Department Historical Archives.

LA Waterfront, circa A view of the former Catalina Terminal and Pacific Electric Red Cars in Wilmington.

Olvera Street scene, Los Angeles (Calif.)

Vintage Olvera Street -- Los Angeles, California Took a field trip here in School bus left my friend and I behind. Teacher miscounted and yet we got in trouble!

Helen Keller with her Dachshund and Patti Duke

Helen Keller- Patty Duke played Keller in both the play and the film The Miracle Worker, for which she won the Oscar at age Two extraordinary women. Then when Patty Duke got older she played Anne sullivan as an adult, Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher.

This image is widely considered the earliest-known photograph of Los Angeles. Courtesy of the Braun Research Library Collection, Autry National Center.

This image is widely considered the earliest-known photograph of Los Angeles, California, taken roughly in the late or early Courtesy of the Braun Research Library Collection, Autry National Center.

The El Miro Theatre, located at 1441 3rd Street in Santa Monica (1934). The façade is still there, though the interior was razed to make way for what is now the AMC Loew's Broadway 4 multiplex, and 3rd Street is now the Promenade.

The Streamline Moderne El Miro Theatre - 1441 Street, Santa Monica, California - opened 1938 - 900 seats - architect Norman W. Alpaugh - The theater was demolished, but the facade lives on, fronting an AMC multi-plex.

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