Collection of three original keybook photographs taken at Fox Movietone City, circa 1930s
Hollywood: Fox Movietone Studio, Circa 1930s. Collection of three vintage keybook photographs of sets in Fox Movietone City, the filming lot that would eventually become the Twentieth Century-Fox studio lot.
The Fox Studio, known historically as Movietone City, was the first complete facility created specifically for the production of motion pictures. First opened in October 1928, the studio was built in just under four months on the former William Selig/Polyscope studio lot, located at Western Avenue and Sunset Boulevard, and was named after Fox's newly acquired Movietone sound system.
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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