“Tuesday Night At The Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles” by Ralph Barton, 1928

“Tuesday Night At The Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles” by Ralph Barton, 1928This rather impressive piece is called “Tuesday Night At The Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles.” It was the work of celebrity caricaturist, Ralph Barton whose work was frequently seen in magazines like The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and Harper’s Bazaar. This one is my favorite though because he manages to squeeze dozens and dozens of the leading lights of 1928 Hollywood into the one picture. (As far as I’m concerned, the only person missing is Gwendolyn Brick! *wink*)

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2 Responses to “Tuesday Night At The Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles” by Ralph Barton, 1928

  1. Love this one – and love you. L

  2. Jean Hunter says:

    Ah, to be a fly on the wall on a Tuesday night at the Cocoanut Grove! Thank you for all this wonderful memorabilia. Jean