February 5, 2009 | 6:00 am
As long as we are talking about the early days of the movie industry and Cecil B. De Mille, here's a 1915 interview with him.
Los Angeles Times file photo
And in going through the De Mille photos, I found this undated picture of the Lasky studio, which has been turned into a museum.
Photograph by Mike Meadows / Los Angeles Times
And here's the studio in 1993. But what's this? There's a porch. Hmm.
And here's the current photograph from the Hollywood Heritage Museum website.
And in 1979 on the Paramount lot. No porch. The barn was turned into the studio's gym and used by Marlon Brando and Paul Newman, The Times says.