When central Ohio was a little bit extra exciting

When central Ohio was a little bit additional exciting

On the foundation of the Eagle-Gazette’s June 26, 1936 film site I would submit that our grandparents experienced a lot more exciting than we did. The Gold Cliff Chateau, in close proximity to Circleville, was a dance club showcasing clarinetist Rudy Bundy and his band.

And at Buckeye Lake you could head down to the Lake Breeze Pier to listen to Chick Farrell’s band although dining on the regional delicacies shown (read ‘em) in their advertisement.  The fantastic old position burned in 1966 together with a considerable part of the Lake’s other amusements.  Have a seem at Mike Harden’s short article in this article: https://www.dispatch.com/post/20070729/news/307299792

A racially-billed historic movie

Times change, and sometimes we obtain wisdom, but the motion picture page of the June 26, 1936 Lancaster Eagle-Gazette is loaded with treasures. I chose “Sanders of the River” principally to annoy Natalie (examine the advert copy) but shock: it turned out to be a perfectly-created, popular film, albeit morally and politically out of date. Paul Robeson starred as Bosambo, a chief loyal to his English overlords in 1930’s Nigeria. Mr Robeson disowned the operate when he acquired of its popularity in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany (it received the Mussolini Cup at the Venice Film Festival.)  Have a appear at  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0026966/?ref_=tt_mv_near. 

From the June 26, 1936 Lancaster Eagle-Gazette.