Café de Paris – Twentieth Century-Fox studios commissary, 1930

Cafe de Paris on the Fox lot studio commissary, 1930

This photo shows us the studio commissary on the Fox Films lot. It was a French restaurant called Café de Paris. This photo was taken in 1930—the year that William Fox was forced into bankruptcy and lost control of his own company. Café de Paris fared better than Fox himself, lasting well past the 1935 merger with Twentieth Century Pictures to form 20th Century-Fox, which brought about the rise of Darryl F. Zanuck.

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Café de Paris – Twentieth Century-Fox studios commissary

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