For sale is an original 1947 Souvenir Program from Earl Carroll's Hollywood Theater Nightclub. This sale also includes a dinner menu from the same establishment that's dated July 27, 1947. Take both Hollywood collectibles for $30.
The 24-page souvenir program is in excellent condition with no tears or stains. The program provides an overview of the nightclub's history with pictures of the Earl Carroll girls. Each new show featured 60 of the most beautiful girls in the world. Earl Carroll's only requirement was that each girl must be "breath-takingly beautiful".
The program includes the below measurements of the "ideal girl"
Earl Carroll Theatre was the name of two important theaters owned by Broadway impresario and showman Earl Carroll. One was located in the Broadway Theater District in New York City and the other on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California. The Sunset Boulevard Theater opened on December 26, 1938. The glamorous supper club-theater offered shows on a massive stage with a 60-foot wide double revolving turntable and staircase and swings that could be lowered from the ceiling. The theater was sold following the 1948 deaths of Earl Carroll and Beryl Wallace in the crash of United Airlines Flight 624. It continued to operate but by the early 1950s it was falling on hard times. In 1953, Las Vegas showman Frank Sennes reopened the theater as a nightclub under the name "Moulin Rouge".
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