The “Condor Club”, “Big Al’s”, and “Roaring 20s”

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The evidence found at Kezar Stadium was inadmissable so Harry starts tailing Scorpio.

After loitering in Portsmouth Square, the serial killer heads to Roaring 20s. Our Harry is a dedicated man and doesn’t hesitate to follow.

The Condor Club, Big Al’s and Roaring 20s are on the corner of Columbus and Broadway, North Beach, only a few minutes walk from Washington Square Park.

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Roaring 20s at the corner of Broadway & Columbus

Roaring 20s at the corner of Broadway & Columbus

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The first look at these can be seen early in the film as Chico and Harry make a right turn off Broadway into Columbus (00:22:55 above).

Later in the film, after Scorpio exits Roaring 20s and heads south on Broadway,  Harry soon follows (below 01:14:09).

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Harry leaves Roaring 20s and turns south on Broadway

Harry leaves Roaring 20s and turns south on Broadway

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In 2009, these 3 establishments come straight out of a 1970s timewarp, their heydey long gone in a world where T & A can be downloaded without having to tip.

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Roaring 20s

2009, Roaring 20s

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2009 - Condor Club, Big Al's and Roaring 20s

2009 – Condor Club, Big Al’s and Roaring 20s

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4 Responses to The “Condor Club”, “Big Al’s”, and “Roaring 20s”

  1. Bill Bartmann says:

    This site rocks!

  2. Katherine says:

    Hey very nice blog!!….I’m an instant fan, I have bookmarked you and I’ll be checking back on a regular….See ya

  3. Fred Helfing says:

    Great website!

    Just visited the North Beach area. I located a lot of your North Beach spots and took pictures. Sadly to say that between your visit in 2009 and mine at the end of 2011, it looks as if “Big Al’s” is out of business.

  4. LAWRENCE FAMA says:

    Anyone know the names of the Barkers in front of the Roaring 20s. They are wearing Skimmers and striped jackets.

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