In 1928 in Jacumba – then still a thriving resort of California – William Wellmann shoots “Beggars of Life” with Louise Brooks. It tells in his memoirs filming and difficult three weeks she spent there will be housed with the team at Jacumba Hotel. Competition from other destinations like Palm Springs, a small town famous waters gradually decline and be […]
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