“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

 

~ Eleanor Roosevelt

 

“Los Angeles was the kind of place where everybody was from somewhere else and nobody really droppped anchor. It was a transient place. People drawn by the dream, people running from the nightmare. Twelve million people and all of them ready to make a break for it if necessary. Figuratively, literally, metaphorically -- any way you want to look at it -- everbody in L.A. keeps a bag packed. Just in case.” 

 

~ Michael Connelly, The Brass Verdict

 

The 1940s

 

Background process plate produced for an unidentified feature film, shot from an automobile driving through Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles.

 

“Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles.”

 

 

~ Frank Lloyd Wright

LINKS

40s Fashion Vintage Hollywood - 1940 fashion

 

Dress to Impress, 1940s Fashion - 1940 dresses and 1940s fancy dress