Warner Brothers West Coast Studio - "The Barn"
The original "Barn" filming stage at the Warner Brothers West Coast Studio at Sunset and Bronson in Hollywood. Torn down in 1923 to make way for many smaller stages and buildings. In 1927 it became the site of the filming of The Jazz Singer, the first feature film with synchronized sound. The site was designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 180 in 1977.