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Subject: Yup, I'm with you, Sharon. I loved the nostalgic nuance of the film, revisiting my old stomping grounds in my youth. ...


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Date Posted: Thursday, April 09, 03:15:13pm
In reply to: Sharon 's message, "Yes. I drove my husband crazy pointing out stuff & telling him about the significance." on Thursday, April 09, 10:41:56am

I used to go to the FOX and BRUIN Theaters (both still there), that Margot Robbie visited in the film, even frequented that shop Robbie and Gulager had their brief scene. Except it wasn't Larry Edmund's Bookshop portrayed in the film, because Edmund's was actually on Hollywood Blvd 15 miles east. Also odd when Robbie crosses street in Westwood, Stan's donuts wasn't on the corner at the light -and Stan's still there after nearly 60 years.


Across town in Hollywood, is Musso and Franks bar/eatery, where I went in the 1980s/90s and would see Tom Snyder hold court in his usual booth. Great place, still there.

It was a true Tarantino love letter to Hollywood and those B/C stars.

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And it was great to see today's actors play stars gone by -but the BEST match up I saw was Danian Lewis! ... theChroniclerThursday, April 09, 03:39:10pm


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