4214 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027
4214 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027 Los Feliz USA
George E. Diskant, who lived at 4216 1/2 in 1940, was a film and television cinematographer. After working as an assistant on a number of films in the early thirties, Diskant graduated to first camera. Early jobs include a pair of Leon Errol shorts; Banjo, a dog story; and Anthony Mann’s Desperate. Other films include a series of films noir including They Live by Night (1949), Port of New York (1949), The Racket (1951), On Dangerous Ground (1952), The Narrow Margin (1952), Beware, My Lovely (1952), and Kansas City Confidential (1952). Later in his career, Diskant worked exclusively in television on shows such as “Playhouse 90,”Sam Peckinpah’s short-lived “The Westerner,” and many episodes of “The Rifleman.” (Source: Wikipedia, 2016)
4216 1/2 Los Feliz Boulevard (Rents for $50): 1) George Diskant, head of household; white married male 32 years of age; born in New York; cameraman in motion pictures; earns $5,400. 2) Nedra Diskant, wife; white married female 28 years of age; born in California; not working.
Duplex. Includes 4214-4216 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027
Type: Mediterranean Revival Sold
Area: 2,523 sqft
Year Built: 1925