Carpenter’s drive-in restaurant, 6290 W Sunset Boulevard at Vine St, Hollywood, circa early 1930s

Carpenter's drive-in restaurant, 6290 W Sunset Boulevard at Vine St, Hollywood, circa early 1930sHarry Carpenter’s drive-in restaurant opened at 6290 W Sunset Boulevard on the corner of Vine Street in the early 1930s and was one of the earliest “drive-in” restaurants in the U.S. It’s where Dick Powell’s character worked in 1937’s “Hollywood Hotel” – it’s called “Callahans” in the film – but this shot makes it look like the ideal scene in a film noir murder mystery. “Death By Pastrami”

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