Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures

'Code of the West' Lantern Slide
Filmed in Newhall, California


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Magic lantern slide for "Code of the West" (1929), starring Bob Custer. A Syndicate picture (a production company run by Trem Carr, who later founded Monogram Pictures). Shot entirely in Newhall — particularly on Spruce Street (modern-day Main Street) and Railroad Avenue, including the Newhall train station and the Hap-A-Lan dance hall.

WATCH: Newhall Locations in "Code of the West" with Philip Scorza.


LW2212: 9600 dpi jpeg from original slide
LANTERN SLIDES

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Hart: Wolf Lowry 1917

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Hart: The Testing Block 1920

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Hart: Sand 1920

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Hoot Gibson: The Silent Rider 1927

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Hoot Gibson: The Denver Dude 1927

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Kermit Maynard: Prince of the Plains 1927

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Kermit Maynard: Gun-Hand Garrison 1927

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Bob Custer: Code of the West 1929

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Hoot Gibson: The Mounted Stranger 1930

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Buck Jones: The Avenger 1931

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Buck Jones: Stone of Silver Creek 1935

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Buck Jones: Boss of Lonely Valley 1937

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