“VLA TV” Web Series

“Vintage Los Angeles” has launched an exciting new channel with all original content! VLA has been busy partnering up with The Ebersole Hughes Company on a new web series featuring beloved Los Angeles landmarks, forgotten places, and residents of the city whose stories have been generated through the community of Vintage Los Angeles.  We plan on documenting and preserving every bit of it!  Our Delorean is all fueled up and ready to go, so jump in!


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Episode 3: La Dolce Vita


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Episode 2: A Cast of Caricatures


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Premier Episode: Tail O’ The Pup


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VLA Web Series

“Vintage Los Angeles” has launched an exciting new channel with all original content! VLA has been busy partnering up with The Ebersole Hughes Company on a new web series featuring beloved Los Angeles landmarks, forgotten places, and residents of the city whose stories have been generated through the community of Vintage Los Angeles.  We plan on documenting and preserving every bit of it!  Our Delorean is all fueled up and ready to go, so jump in!

Episode 3: La Dolce Vita

Vintage Los Angeles sent Aj Benza out on a special assignment to visit one of the greatest vintage Rat Pack style restaurants in the city called La Dolce Vita!! I can’t imagine anyone better than our former host from “Mysteries & Scandals” to bring back the latest on one of Frank Sinatra’s favorite spots! It’s been beautifully cared for and restored by owner Allesandro Uzieli.

Episode 2: A Cast of Caricatures

In our latest VLA-TV episode, we take you inside the Palm Restaurant’s West Hollywood location before their move to Beverly Hills. I’m sure many of you have been wondering what happened to all those legendary caricatures on the walls. Well, VLA was there to capture all the excitement with Angie Dickinson, Mamie Van Doren, Shecky Greene and many other dedicated customers!! We also reveal the back story of The Palm with owners, Bruce Bozzi, and Wally Ganzi! This is one of the most unique preservation stories in L.A. history!

Click here for a review of the “Cast of Caricatures” episode on Wehoville.com.

Click here for another review on Curbed LA.

Episode 1: Tail O’ The Pup

VLA’s web series premieres with a feature on the beloved Los Angeles roadside eatery “Tail O’ The Pup” which mysteriously disappeared from the streets of West Hollywood nearly a decade ago. Its whereabouts have been in question ever since. Vintage Los Angeles uncovers the original hotdog facade that was built in the 1940s and interviews its long-time owners The Blake Family in this exclusive mini-documentary, highlighting the colorful history and future of this lost Angeleno treasure.

Click here for a review of the “Tail O’ The Pup” episode on Wehoville.com.

Click here to listen to Alison discuss the Tail O’ The Pup with Alex Cohen on KPCC radio’s “Take Two”.

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Tony FormicaHey Alison I watched your programs #teambette "Bette Davis "Mysteries & Scandals" & "Joan Crawford "Mysteries & Scandals" I haven't the time yet to watch the others but am planning on it these where fun thanks youtu.be/bdPjVMy_FCU6 hours ago   ·  2
Alana ChambersAny idea what year this would've been?7 hours ago
Karen Nordli SheridanI think I'd like to hang out with her!7 hours ago   ·  4
Michael AndoliniAbsolutely Love This!❤ why, if I were still drinking I would surely change my brand of whiskey to Jim Beam fer'sure! Lol, Thanks again VLA!☆ #TeamBette7 hours ago   ·  4
Elisabeth Greenbaum KassonSuch a cool pic. Also, it's almost transgressive to see an older actress in an ad. I love Bette's face. That 1/2 smile is everything.6 hours ago   ·  3
Lorin CowellCigarettes, bourbon and lots of coffee. (one would suppose) Just two years younger than and from just down the road from Thelma Todd. I wonder if the two ever met.7 hours ago   ·  1
Jill BorakWhat Becomes a Legend Most? ALF this summer on MeTV. "No problem, Bette!"7 hours ago   ·  4
Peter ArceoThe good old days...when smoking and drinking hard liquor was celebrated.7 hours ago   ·  8
Greg Clancey"You can have your Pepsi, Joan. I'm sticking with Jim Beam".7 hours ago   ·  1
Cathy SimonJim Beam, Kents and Yuban. Mom's food pyramid7 hours ago   ·  3
Mark J. GoluskinAmazing ad. It could never happen today.7 hours ago   ·  9
Cat TarbellI wonder if she bit her nails, they're awfully short. I'm wondering if that's Bette's hand, at all.7 hours ago   ·  1
Tony Formicathere is a whole series of these ads of Bette and Jim Beam #teambette6 hours ago
Tiffany Cook LemieuxWow. I really enjoyed "Feud".7 hours ago   ·  2
Leigh JansenHey she's got Bette Davis eyes7 hours ago   ·  2
JoAnn RossIs that her hand? Looks big and masculine.4 hours ago   ·  1
Craig StepanekIt glamorous to be an old drunk broad4 hours ago   ·  1
Ted BrackettGreat Ad...but I doubt she ever drank JB.6 hours ago
Jason WhistlerShe's drinking my brand 👍😎🔥🍸👠🔥7 hours ago
Dirk BiermannHer mother told her to only speak good of the dead.7 minutes ago
Michael McMahanCue Kim Carnes...5 hours ago
Debi Denning#TeamBette5 hours ago
Chuquai Billy[coughcoughcough]...smooth!6 hours ago
Jeff N BrownJessica, did you see this.7 hours ago
Don McComb Jr.Whatever happened to Baby Jane...:-)7 hours ago

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ATTENTION Disneyland fans!!!

Had an extremely rare opportunity to get a small private tour of the back room of the Van Eaton Galleries. Owner, Mike Van Eaton not only has a rare collection of vintage animation cells, original artwork, and posters, he has an spellbinding collection of vintage Disneyland artifacts from the theme park dating back to the 50s! Take a look at this video I shot this afternoon. The gallery will be auctioning all of this off in June. Stay tuned for more details!
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Mike Van Eaton gives Vintage Los Angeles a private tour of his very rare and collectible Disneyland artifacts that will be going up for auction this June!

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Vintage Los AngelesAt one point I almost tripped over something filming this. Then I thought about the fact I almost tripped on something made by Walt Disney!10 hours ago   ·  10
Stefan HallgrenAaww. This is just amazing. AND its so very clear that everything you are doing is perfect for a TV format that could be sold globally. This for instance could be a complete episode. I get script ideas in my head from all your little reports with material enough to develop at least four seasons/40 episodes. I could write a pitch with the main angles/narrative and then we throw it at a network and see if it sticks! 😀8 hours ago   ·  1
Steve SobczukThat stuff should be in the Smithsonian. Incredible.10 hours ago   ·  6
A.b. AllenThanks so much for posting this Alison. Wish I were out there. Might have to try to bid online.9 hours ago   ·  2
Joe McParlandIt's magical! Thanks for sharing! Brought back some great memories, especially from the old Submarine Voyage.10 hours ago   ·  1
Brian Lizarraga LynchI know Chris Hardwick is a Disney freak, and he married into Hearst money. He might just sweep the whole auction.8 hours ago   ·  1
Bill HughesThank You for this video! I was there in the mid 50's and these items are all familiar!8 hours ago   ·  1
Steve ChappellOh, if I could only afford that Skyway poster ...8 hours ago   ·  2
Lana WilderDefinitely an "E" ticket!!9 hours ago   ·  6
Bob McNeel Jr.Nancy thought you might like this...9 hours ago   ·  2
Sandra MontgomeryRon Oliver You NEED that Tiki shield. NEED. IT!8 hours ago   ·  1
Erin Christine WyantSoooo coooool9 hours ago   ·  1
Ian Andrew JonesWow!9 hours ago   ·  1
Tom ChandAlison, do you know how I can share your post with it including the writing that you use before a photograph or a link? I just shared this, and only the you tube link came through. Thanks.8 hours ago
Kathy Sanborn BaccusAw...the Submarine Ride was my fave when I was a kid. Wish I could have something from Captain Hook's Galley (no longer there)....I loved serving up clam chowder & tuna fish sandwiches in my saucy pirate wench costume when I was 18 in 1976! LOL7 hours ago   ·  1
Roger AldiI remember the Yippie invasion -- and how they "liberated" Aunt Jamima!9 hours ago   ·  2
Esther HarrisLove the mermaid!7 hours ago
Marc BerlinerI want that Tiki wall ornament!6 hours ago
Kit O'CarraJanice, check this out.8 hours ago   ·  1
Ken KovacicLiz Kovacic. Vintage Disneyland stuff!56 minutes ago
Erin Cagney NelsonOMG!!!!5 hours ago
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Peggy TibusI'd love to attend the auction!10 hours ago
Diane BourdetWow...count your blessings:)9 hours ago

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