Street level view near the southeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Los Angeles, California. View facing north on Vine Street. A car towing a three-wheel motorcycle turns east onto Hollywood Blvd. Late 1940s and early 1950s automobiles driving on the street. Camera pans westward and other buildings are seen looking north on Vine, including the El Capitan Theatre at 1735 North Vine Street (now the Avalon Hollywood nightclub), the Ontra Cafeteria at 1719 North Vine Street (now the Redbury Hotel at 1717 North Vine), the Melody Lane cafe at the northwest corner of Hollywood and Vine, and the Harris & Frank store on Hollywood Boulevard. Brief view of a streetcar or trolley going west on Hollywood Boulevard. Street level camera view then shifts to the southeast corner of Ivar Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, looking west on Hollywood Blvd. Theater marquee of the Admiral Theatre (later the Vine Theatre) is seen across the street at 6321 Hollywood Boulevard. Beyond it, looking west, is the Security Pacific Bank building at 6381 Hollywood Boulevard, and beyond that are the Warners Radio Towers for station KFWB atop the Warner Bros Theatre. Pedestrians walking on sidewalks, and cars and trucks on the street. Scene shifts to various elevated views of Los Angeles with a heavy smog layer settled over the city.
Night club Whisky a go-go in West Hollywood, Los Angeles California, on Sunset Boulevard. Nighttime scene in city. Elevated view of 1960's cars as they drive down Sunset Boulevard, then view from point of view of a moving vehicle looking toward another car moving on Sunset Boulevard. View of the entrance for the "Red Velvet Club" at 6507 Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Scene changes to show people inside what is presumably the Red Velvet Club (or possibly nearby Whisky A Go-Go night club). Young men and women dance as a band plays at the club. Views of vintage 1960's fashions, clothing, hair styles, and dance moves of the time. Close up views of the dancers and of band members on guitar, keyboards, and drums. Some patrons simply sit at tables and watch the dancers. Some people are dressed conservatively, and others are on the edge of 1960's fashions. The band plays as men and women dance and enjoy the music.
Scenes from the night club Whisky a Go-Go on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles California. Go Go Girls dance in glass cages. People in typical 1960's fashions and hair styles eat and drink in the club. The owner or manager of the club shakes hand with a guest. They sit and talk. Posters on the walls in the background. People dance at the club.
Scenes inside the night club Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood California, on Sunset Boulevard. The owner or manager of the club points and shows something to a girl. He sits with other girl and talks. A girl shakes hand with men as the owner of the club introduces her to them. The girl sits and writes in a notepad. A photographers click pictures. The owner and another girl meet and talk.
View inside night club Whisky a Go Go on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, during the 1960s. The owner or manager of the club talks to a girl while she is dancing. He leads another girl to the stairs and goes into a glass enclosed room. The people at the night club watch the dancing and eat. The owner talks to the guests and to a woman and they watch the crowded dance floor. A group of negro men and women sit in the club. View of people dancing 1960s dance moves in the Whisky A Go Go night club.
The famous night club Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, California, on Sunset Boulevard, during the 1960's. The owner of the club talks to a woman in the club, a man arrives and they talk. The owner goes into the crowd of dancing people and talks to a girl. Then he goes and meets an Asian girl. He then meets and talks to a man.