1928 at The Paramount – Part I

Last night, Mr. Man and I attended a 1928-themed party and silent movie showing at The Paramount in Downtown Seattle. In order to commemorate The Paramount’s 1928 opening, the party celebrated with a showing of the first movie they ever showed at the theater, Feel My Pulse. This silent film stars Bebe Daniels and William Powell and is very funny in all it’s 1920’s silliness. The celebration also included a vintage costume contest and a classic car showing all within this stunning and elaborate 1920’s theater. My photos of the rest will follow shortly, but first, I hope you enjoy the professional images from the photobooth that was provided to show off our 1920’s costumes.

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Photo credit goes to: Pavel Verbovski 

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About CoriLu

I am a graphic designer for advertising and marketing, painter, artist and collector of anything vintage. I am also very passionate about travel, historic preservation, and just about anything sparkly.
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