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Movie Set; Early Mixville?
Newhall, California

Photo described as "Newhall Movie Set, 1920s." Looks like Tom Mix in the car (closeup below), but that's not known. Mix, whose popularity as a silent Western actor was on the rise as William S. Hart was entering retirement, ran one of his early Mixvilles (late 1910s-early1920s) in Newhall. It is generally thought to have been in the large "triangle" formed by present-day Main Street, Newhall Avenue and Market Street.

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NEWHALL MIXVILLE

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Newhall Mixville

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Fighting for Gold 1919

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Three Jumps Ahead 1923

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Ads for 3 Jumps Ahead 1923

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Mile-A-Minute Romeo 1923

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The Rainbow Trail 1925

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Arcade Card

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Grauman's Chinese Theatre 12-12-1927

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King Cowboy 1928

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Pays Back Taxes 1930

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Final Ride 1940-1990

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No. 1 - Jan 1948

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No. 8 - Aug 1948

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Modern Portrait

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