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June 20, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Schwab's Pharmacy, a long-lamented icon of Hollywood's golden era, will make a comeback next year in a high-profile real estate development at the corner of Sunset and Vine. Although the popular legend that actress Lana Turner was discovered at Schwab's probably isn't true, the pharmacy and soda fountain founded in 1932 were a popular entertainment industry hangout for decades.
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October 7, 1988 | CAROL McGRAW, Times Staff Writer
'All those movie stars weren't discovered at Schwab's because they were seen there, but because Leon picked up the telephone.' --Joe Seide, Hollywood publicist One of Hollywood's grandest old legends, Schwab's Pharmacy, faded out Thursday, to make room for a $40-million shopping complex, which will include a glamorized version of the old drug store. Schwab's, located at 8024 Sunset Blvd., has been closed for more than five years, the victim of myriad financial problems.
BUSINESS
June 20, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Schwab's Pharmacy, a long-lamented icon of Hollywood's golden era, will make a comeback next year in a high-profile real estate development at the corner of Sunset and Vine. Although the popular legend that actress Lana Turner was discovered at Schwab's probably isn't true, the pharmacy and soda fountain founded in 1932 were a popular entertainment industry hangout for decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1988 | CAROL McGRAW, Times Staff Writer
'All those movie stars weren't discovered at Schwab's because they were seen there, but because Leon picked up the telephone.' --Joe Seide, Hollywood publicist One of Hollywood's grandest old legends, Schwab's Pharmacy, faded out Thursday, to make room for a $40-million shopping complex, which will include a glamorized version of the old drug store. Schwab's, located at 8024 Sunset Blvd., has been closed for more than five years, the victim of myriad financial problems.
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