I love it when Hollywood movies went out on location, thereby preserving iconic architecture, albeit only on film. This is a screen shot of Jack Carson and Doris Day flagging a cab in the parking lot of Schwab’s in “My Dream Is Yours” (1949.) The two things I like about this is a color shot of Schwab’s (and an even rarer side shot), and across the street we can see a “Glorifried Ham’n’Eggs (“From pan to mouth”). I’m guessing it was the same chain we see in the Tom Breneman building on Vine Street. I love the name “glorifried” – does anyone know if that was just a brand name, or was it a style of cooking ham and eggs?