Alvin Hudson, injured during Busby Berkeley car crash, 1935
- Alvin Hudson, injured during Busby Berkeley car crash, 1935
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- September 12, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
- View of Alvin Hudson, in jacket, pants, with bandage on chin, squatting and pointing to car involved with three way collision. Alvin Hudson was a pest control worker from Santa Paula who reported he had pulled into the middle lane on the Roosevelt Highway when all of a sudden two headlights appeared in front of him and the crash occurred. The three way collision occurred 400 yards north of Santa Monica Canyon on Highway 1, and was the fault of Busby Berkeley, film dance director, who was driving in the wrong direction while intoxicated. Six people were injured in the accident, and two died.
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