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Ray Milland, leaning on a Third Avenue El post, filming "The Lost Weekend" in NYC in 1945. Neighborhood residents are watching the process. His character, Don Birnam, walks up Third Avenue for many blocks, looking for an open pawn shop to pawn his typewriter so he can buy booze. He finds them all closed because it's Yom Kippur.

Ray Milland, leaning on a Third Avenue El post, filming "The Lost Weekend" in NYC in 1945. Neighborhood residents are watching the process. His character, Don Birnam, walks up Third Avenue for many blocks, looking for an open pawn shop to pawn his typewriter so he can buy booze. He finds them all closed because it's Yom Kippur.

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