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bigbrotiki
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2008-07-05 6:08 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2008-07-04 09:47, k1510 wrote:
....the bigger problem is that i search a picture of a tiki mask that don't looks angry or something. the tiki should smile and look funny. and he has to be very colored. (e.g.: red lips, yellow pineapple on his head etc.)
....he said his style has no special name an its untypically for tikis but he calls it CALIFORNIAN STYLE.



Mein lieber Kelly,
Wie alt bist du? Das Problem ist nicht dass du im falschen Thread bist, sondern dass der Tiki den du beschreibst generell hier verpoent ist: Richtige Tikis sind weder bunt, noch haben sie 'ne gelbe Ananas auf der Stirn. Tikis sind keine Partyclowns. Es wird dich vielleicht wundern dass es in der Tikiwelt so was gibt, aber diese Art Tikis kann man getrost als "schlechten Geschmack" beschreiben.

Und das mit dem sogenannten "California Style" ist Bloedsinn, es gibt hier in Kalifornien zig Kunstler die gute Tikis im klassischen Fuenfziger Jahre Stil schnitzen.

Herzlichst, Dein Sven Kirsten


 
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Beachbumz
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Joined: Jan 09, 2008
Posts: 1092
From: Kihei, Maui
Posted: 2008-07-05 7:33 pm   Permalink

Aloha, Found the dresser, nightstand, and headboard at a consignment shop about a month back, liked them but were pricey, went back yesterday and they sliced the prices in 1/2.. My 5-year old loves bamboo (tiki's too), never too young, right?? The bamboo shelf was bought last month from craiglist..






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Dustycajun
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Joined: Nov 16, 2007
Posts: 5047
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Posted: 2008-07-05 9:40 pm   Permalink

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On 2008-06-08 21:35, bigbrotiki wrote:

Is that Christian's Hut from Waikiki, or from Balboa? I still am hoping to find out about the original owners of Christian's Hut one day, all I know from Ray Buhen is that they were Hollywood agents in the day.



I recently picked up a menu mailer from the Christian's Hut restaurant on Balboa.






Bigbro, I also found this article on the original owners of the Christian's Hut and some nice history and photos of the restaurant.


Christian's Hut
The Hangout Of The Stars

Christian's Hut Was A Big Draw For The Hollywood Set Because It Was Owned By The Brother Of One Of Hollywood's Biggest Cinematographers.

In the late 1930s, Art La Shelle opened Christian's Hut, a Tahitian style restaurant and bar on the bay front, now the location of Newport Towers. Christian's Hut was noted for its great oriental style food, and was always being frequented by the Hollywood set. Red Skelton, Johnny Weismuller, Fred Mac Murray, and Howard Hughes to name a few. Joe La Shelle, Art's brother, was an Oscar-winning cinematographer, one of his more well-known movies was "The Birds."


This rare circa 1945 aerial view shows Christian's Hut in its heyday.


Much of the Christian's Hut food was prepared in a big outdoor cooking pit. No one could figure out how the filet mignon could be crispy-charred on the outside and rare in the middle. One regular customer was told in confidence the secret was to first freeze the steak, toss it on a white-hot grill to sear it, then drop it into a deep fryer. The downstairs bar area had a sand floor which led all the way to the water where the patrons would beach their boats. The dining room was upstairs. Marshall, the maitre d', was given the nickname Francois, because he would kiss the hand of every woman coming in the door, starting at her finger tips and working his way up her arm all the way to her head. Marshall's daughter, Delores, was a beauty queen who married George Perlin, who owned the Richfield Station then located at the corner of Adams Street and Balboa Boulevard. George had the nickname "Beast" because of all his body hair. After the couple were married, they were given the nickname "Beauty and the Beast." Christian's Hut burned down in 1963.



 
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tikithomas08
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Joined: Apr 10, 2007
Posts: 528
From: San Diego CA
Posted: 2008-07-05 10:17 pm   Permalink

[quote]
On 2008-07-05 21:40, Dustycajun wrote:
Quote:

On 2008-06-08 21:35, bigbrotiki wrote:

Is that Christian's Hut from Waikiki, or from Balboa? I still am hoping to find out about the original owners of Christian's Hut one day, all I know from Ray Buhen is that they were Hollywood agents in the day.



I recently picked up a menu mailer from the Christian's Hut restaurant on Balboa.





woah, am i tripping out, or is the goof two timing the bali hai in san diego?


 
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bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
Posts: 11588
From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2008-07-05 11:55 pm   Permalink

No reason to trip out, it's all in the Book of Tiki.

 
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tikithomas08
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Joined: Apr 10, 2007
Posts: 528
From: San Diego CA
Posted: 2008-07-06 02:15 am   Permalink

i think i need to pay a visit to amazon.com

 
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MrBaliHai
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Joined: Jun 01, 2002
Posts: 856
From: Behind the Cheddar Curtain
Posted: 2008-07-06 07:46 am   Permalink

I had some excellent finds yesterday that included striking a motherlode of Hawaiian postcards. I also found this beautiful Rotoruan carving from New Zealand, an old Appleton Rum recipe brochure, and a Coco Joe-ish Don Ho "Suck 'Em Up" ashtray. You can view scans of all the postcards on the first 2 pages of my Vintage Hawaiiana gallery.

My favorite is this postcard of the Hula Hostesses at the Hawaiian Pavilion at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. I spent a week at Expo '70 as a kid, and I remember these gorgeous gals in their Mod polyester Muu-muus very well.


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bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
Posts: 11588
From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2008-07-06 08:11 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2008-07-05 21:40, Dustycajun wrote:
Christian's Hut Was A Big Draw For The Hollywood Set Because It Was Owned By The Brother Of One Of Hollywood's Biggest Cinematographers.
In the late 1930s, Art La Shelle opened Christian's Hut, a Tahitian style restaurant and bar on the bay front,



Scott, THANK YOU!
One more mystery cleared up! So there WAS a Hollywood family connection to the owner: Not an agent, but a cinematographer! Today I tried to find a link between Joe La Shelle and the original film version of "Mutiny of The Bounty" (1935), but no luck. This is why I thought he should have been part of the film's crew:

As I wrote in the Book of Tiki, Christian's Hut originated at the Isthmus on Catalina Island, where all the Island footage for "The Bounty" was shot (just like for "The Hurricane" two years later). Clark Gable, who played Fletcher CHRISTIAN had his sleeping quarters above the room that became the crew's watering hole, so it was named "Christian's Hut". It stayed open after the film, and Ray Buhen worked there as a bartender in his youth (see photo with him on the right under the sign that says "proprietor Clark Gable" on page 16 of Sippin' Safari). Here is a link about the place:
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=28251&forum=2

From Balboa and Laguna Christian's Hut tried to branch out to Waikiki and San Diego. When the San Diego location failed, its manager Tom Hamm took it over and turned it into the BALI HAI. To this day we do not know how the Christian's Hut logo of "The Goof" originated! Who will find THAT out!?:


Maybe Joe's brother Art was the caterer on "The Bounty"? Joe La Shelle is credited with two island location pictures among his long list of Hollywood movies, one at the beginning of his career as a camera operator with 29, "The Pagan", (which introduced the "Pagan Love Song"), shot in Tahiti (!), and one at the end, when he was 68, called "Kona Coast", shot in Hawaii. That one sounds very intriguing, check out its tag line:

THE KONA COAST --1968 --

>>IT'S WHERE IT'S AT... The action, the adventure, the excitement of a turned-on world that can't turn itself off!
Her name was Woman... Her other name was Excitement. She belonged to Hawaii's Kona Coast like the surf riders and the beach bums!<<

This film is unavailbale on video or DVD, but while one Imdb reviewer has the usual B-movie complaints:

"....Just happened to wake up at 3am last night and went to watch satellite TV to try and get back to sleep and this came on. This film was so bad that it was compelling viewing and as a result I couldn't get back to sleep! A quite poor script, and dreadful acting by ALL concerned, but worst of all was the plot...",

...another has this to say:

"...KONA COAST is also beautifully photographed, and has a more Hawaiian flavor than either HAWAII 5-0 or MAGNUM P.I. The young supporting cast of Hawaiians and Polynesians is attactive, if not particularly talented. And both Kent Taylor and Joan Blondell make the most of their few scenes and cliched characters. Shut off your brain, watch KONA COAST and enjoy."

and this review really makes me want to watch it:

"This movie is unavailable on video and will probably always be. A shame. It was VERRRY 60's and VERRRY islandy. If you have a copy of it or more info, write."

And when you get to the Imdb message board, it gets positively weird with these two being the only posts:

"I saw just a short snippet from this movie a while back. Leading man Richard Boone is on his boat & a young lady (could have even been a teenager) is up to some kind of mischief & he all of a sudden takes her under one arm, bends her over & puts some powerful smacks on her shapely behind (she's wearing a bikini & is all wet so I assume she just got out of the water). Does anyone know why this young lady is being chastised so? Richard Boone looked like he was one strong dude so I bet that short paddling really hurt. OUCH, indeed!"

...someone got turned on here, oh boy! ....and:

"Does anyone out there have a copy of this film? I've discovered that the actor that played junior packer was my father, erwin neal. I never met him and would really like to see what he looked like and any info you might have on him. He died in california in 1986."

Jeeez!


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Tiki Royale
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Joined: Dec 06, 2002
Posts: 891
From: The Aloha Room in Beautiful Belmont, CA!
Posted: 2008-07-06 09:37 am   Permalink

Beautiful set Beachbumz, especially for 1/2 off!!!
Aloha,

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Dustycajun
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Joined: Nov 16, 2007
Posts: 5047
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Posted: 2008-07-06 09:43 am   Permalink

[quote]
On 2008-07-06 08:11, bigbrotiki wrote:
[quote]THE KONA COAST --1968 --

>>IT'S WHERE IT'S AT... The action, the adventure, the excitement of a turned-on world that can't turn itself off!
Her name was Woman... Her other name was Excitement. She belonged to Hawaii's Kona Coast like the surf riders and the beach bums!<<

Bigbro,

Here are some images from the movie lobby cards for Kona Coast










 
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bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
Posts: 11588
From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2008-07-06 11:07 am   Permalink

Coo-elle! Thank You. This movie is more proof of my theory that in the 60s, the Kona Coast was supposed to become the new Waikiki. After Honululu was bursting under the big tourist and building boom (with a certain loss of Island romance) of the late 50s, developers and the hotel industry were seeking virgin lands to expand to, and Kona was pushed on the mainland as the next "it".
That's why restaurants, motels and apartments called Kona Kai (the Kona coast) popped up here in the early to late 60s.


 
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Bay Park Buzzy
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Joined: Apr 07, 2006
Posts: 3031
From: West Bay Park, San Diego, CA
Posted: 2008-07-06 1:06 pm   Permalink

Recent stuff that I found hidden behind some benehanas mugs at the swap meet:

18" wooden Hawaiian Tongan styled tourist totem tiki


A vintage marked mug from an old tiki bar called "Tai Wan's"


EFCCO ceramic tiki face mug


Which is sadder?...

Pepe, the lonely Trader Vics shaker,



or the Tiki spoon without the fork?


Some books:

An old travel encyclopedia

Moai detail

Maori detail


Here's an interesting Hawaiana book find:

Published in 1922, a book of poems and photos.

Signed by the author in 1925

There was also a signed xmas card in it:

Doing some intensive research on google for about 5 minutes, i found some information on the husband of the author mentioned on the card, Bishop Restarick. I figured that there couldn't be that many bishops out there in the early 1900s. There are several references to him on the web and a complete scan of the book
here. My favorite was an old article in the New York Times from 1909 entitled "IMMORALITY IN HAWAII.; Bishop Restarick Declares That Conditions There Are Very Bad." It was so bad they couildn't even print what he saw! My mind is about to explode just thinking about what might have been going on. I envision that bar from the movie called "Porky's"

A Gauguin Noa Noa Tahitian Journal:


After flipping through the Gaughin book, I was in a Tahitian mood, so I picked up this framed print:


Picked up a couple new copies of these gems:


I didn't open the copy of Tiki modern yet, so I don't know if this is a Witco boat/clipper

All the pieces have staple holes on the backs of them like they were originally mounted on something:


Detail of the grain:



Buzzy Out!



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Psycho Tiki D
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Joined: Oct 13, 2006
Posts: 1840
From: The river Styx, can you pay the toll?
Posted: 2008-07-06 1:58 pm   Permalink

Great finds by everyone lately, looks like the hunting has been good for a few of you.

I was gonna go to the Alameda Anitques Fair today, but the distance, smoke, heat and price of gas kept me in my own stompin grounds. Did o.k. though...


Coco Joes #16-062 Hawaiian Hula Dancer.


Bucket mug from "The Mandarin" Ghirardelli Square SF, CA.



Vintage Trader Vic's coconut mug, to go with my other TV coconut mugs!



Harvey's small Hula Girl bowl, to go with my other bowls (hard to pass on it for $1.00)



Small Westwood shots and toothpick holder, to go with my other Westwood mugs.


Tiki mug, maker unknown, Paradise Cove Hawaii Ko Olina Resort printed on the back. Never seen this one before?


Two blue Daga Hawaii Surfer mugs, Aloha Cup Honolulu Hawaii 1984 printed on the back.


Blue next to the brown, never seen the blue ones before.



Stockton Islander Earring mug, at home with his companion Islander, Tonga Room and Zombie Village Earring mugs.

See ya soon,

Pyscho Tiki D (I know I am and I just can't get enough)!


 
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Kabuddhabuddha
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Joined: Jun 20, 2007
Posts: 41
From: Sunny Southwest Florida
Posted: 2008-07-06 2:59 pm   Permalink

Found this guy at the flea market for $3.00 today, anyone know the maker? has this mark on the head and says made in the Philippines on the bottom.
I have the same mark on the same looking 3 stacked guys here also.






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Tikisgrl
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Joined: Aug 03, 2005
Posts: 870
From: Lowell, Mass
Posted: 2008-07-06 4:02 pm   Permalink

Was out shopping today & found a few stump the tiki hunter post cards. I can't take photo's now but if anyone has heard of these places please chime in...

I posted on the West Virginia thread a place called: The MA-KIKI Club in Huntington W VA

Bali Restaurant Aruba, Netherlands Antilles. Postcard is of the restaurant at night with a boat dock all lit up and two big signs that say Bali

The Bamboo Hut @ the Hotel Wiggins Tavern in Northampton, Mass, some glass floats, bamboo & tiki masks shown. No date on it looks like it was a fun place though.

Lyon's Bowl in Lyons Illinois, back of the card says visit our beautiful Hawaiian cocktail lounge. the front shows the bar with palm tree's in the middle.

Also got some other ones, a couple of Tonga room ones, Don the Beachcomber Jamaica rum, Tiki Gardens, Tiki Room Disney Land, Hawaiian punch village San Diego, Stardust & one with a Tiki from Kona. So not a bad day, just wish I had my camera here.

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