Flying A silent film studio restored as a live-work beauty
A hundred years before "The Artist" made its run for Oscar history, the Flying A studio produced nearly 1,000 silent films in Santa Barbara, at the time considered Hollywood North. Architect Peter Becker owns part of the old studio now and has preserved elements of the garden, originally planted circa 1913, as his live-work space.
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Flying A silent film studio
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