KTLA Channel 5 Slides, Volume 3

It's time for the third installment of slides from the KTLA Channel 5 archives. This week focuses on the graphics that aired before KTLA aired a movie or for one of their early or late programs.

KTLA Channel 5 Slides, Volume 2

Last week I posted a series of slides from KTLA-specific programs. This week it's for slides advertising their syndicated shows. Without further ado... Popeye and His Friends 2. The Munsters 3. The Three Stooges 4. The Little Rascals 5. Leave it To Beaver 6. Ozzie and Harriet 7. Bonanza 8. The Rifleman 9. F Troop … Continue reading KTLA Channel 5 Slides, Volume 2

KTLA Channel 5 Slides

For a brief period in 2012, KTLA channel 5 Los Angeles posted many of their old slides from their archives to Flickr. The majority of the archive is from the late 70s to mid-80s. I thought it would be fun to share some of the treasures. This may end up being several posts, but here … Continue reading KTLA Channel 5 Slides

Pinafini – Los Angeles, California

Matchcover from the Cardboard America Collection Pinafini opened on April 15, 1985 at 8612 Beverly Blvd. on the ground floor of the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. Started by Walter Shui, shopping-mall mogul and Los Angeles, via-Italy chef Antonio Tommassi, the modern Venetian restaurant was a big hit from the start. The Los Angeles Times … Continue reading Pinafini – Los Angeles, California

University Club of Los Angeles New Year’s Dinner, 1935 – Los Angeles, California

New Year's Dinner University Club New Year's Day Telephone "Custer" the number of reservations you will want for Dinner after New Year's Game - Trinity 8651 Many of your friends have already made their reservations. Service from 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. $1.25 per person.

Carolina Pines and Carolina Pines, Jr. – Los Angeles, California

The original Carolina Pines restaurant opened in either 1923 or 1924 or 1925 (even the restaurant would use all three years in their advertising) at 4619 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The proprietor, Rose Satterfield, opened the small cafe and tea room in with a seating capacity of just 12 people. Rose Satterfield was described by the Los Angeles Times … Continue reading Carolina Pines and Carolina Pines, Jr. – Los Angeles, California