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Photograph was edited for publication purposes The structure at 11043 Magnolia Boulevard in North Hollywood was constructed circa 1926 and originally served at a Boys Scouts of America Hall. It operated briefly operated as the Turf Club in 1937-38, and in 1939 was converted into a theater for live performance and named the Little Theatre of North Hollywood. In 1942, the name was changed to the North Hollywood Playhouse, and hosted live performances for the next four decades. Between 1950-1955, the playhouse was also operated as the Candlelight Theatre and the Resident Playhouse. The building was demolished in 1983. Photograph caption dated October 5, 1956 reads, "Peeking out at audience before her first performance behind footlights is eight-year-old Blakely Owen of Sherman Oaks. Blakely, like all members of Peter Pan players, take dramatic lessons at North Hollywood Playhouse."; See images #00116518 through #00116520 for all photos in this series.
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00116518 Valley Times Collection HCNVT_d018_f19_i4 CARL0005327631 http://18.104.22.168/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/49833
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