Located in an area of Manhattan known today as the Flatiron District, Tin Pan Alley was on West 28th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue (today, you can see a plaque dedicated to Tin Pan Alley on the sidewalk on 28th St between Broadway and Fifth).
George: Can you feel it?
George: The sounds of the city. There's a kinda music in it. The kinda music that no one's written yet. The kinda music that I want to write.
Indy: A symphony for car horns?
George: Sure why not?
This episode and its companion documentaries are included on Volume 3 Disc 8 of the DVD collection, they include:
-Tin Pan Alley - Soundtrack of America
-Wonderful Nonsense - The Algonquin Round Table
-Broadway - America Center Stage
The episode won 3 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Costume Design for a Series, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) and Outstanding Special Visual Effects.
Part 1 of the video The Scandal of 1920 with The Scandal of 1920, New York, July 1920 (2).