So wonderfully 1920s!
One of several cats with the stage name “Leo,” Jackie was domesticated and gentle – by lion standards. He appeared in several movies, as well as the opening roar that runs before the credits in films including The Wizard of Oz
The studio put him in a monoplane in the 1920s to travel across the US, but he crash-landed in the Arizona desert. He survived unharmed, and toured the US on the ground. But lions aren’t built for that kind of treatment.
AKA Leo [The Memory Palace]
Leo the Lion (MGM) [Wikipedia]
Photo source: Wikipedia
It’s hitting the road – Hillcrest to San Ysidro – a tiny bungalow on the back of a big truck.
House being moved from Hillcrest to South Bay [Marcella Lee – CBS8]