The Story of Hollywoodland by Greg Williams

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Published by Papavasilopoulos Pr .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif,
  • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.),
  • Los Angeles (Calif.),
  • History,
  • Pictorial works

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8522627M
ISBN 100963308602
ISBN 109780963308603
OCLC/WorldCa27816218

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Lee, just above the town of Hollywood. About the author () Gregory Paul Williams has been interested in Hollywood's history The Story of Hollywoodland book he wrote The Story of Hollywoodland, a book about the neighborhood where he grew 5/5(1). According to one story, after Harvey and Daeida Wilcox learned there was an Ohio town called Hollywood, she named their ranch the same and the name stuck.

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As many know, the Hollywood sign is the remnant of an advertisement for a acre real-estate development. When it was erected inthe sign spelled HOLLYWOODLAND, the name of the housing development on the slope below it. The sign, however, was an afterthought.

As with many Hollywood origins, the sign’s beginnings have more than one. Amidst the release of his tell-all book Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars, Bowers revealed himself to be one of postwar Hollywood's biggest facilitators of sexual trysts for A-listers.

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All was quiet untilwhen bad weather drove a small Chicago film company westward to complete a shoot. The first real studio, Nestor Film Company, soon followed from New Jersey, cranking out three pictures a week – one ‘western,’ one ‘eastern,’ and one comedy – for a grand total of $1, While the producers of Hollywoodland based their story on factual accounts of the investigation into the death of George Reeves, they were denied permission to use the Superman logo and the familiar introduction to the Adventures of Superman television show by the respective copyright holders.

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Mannix, Toni Mannix, with whom Reeves was having a relatively open and gift-lucrative affair (she bought him that house), and Reeves' fiancée at the time of his death, Lenore Lemmon, an. The Wonderland murders, also known as the Four on the Floor Murders or the Laurel Canyon Murders, are four unsolved murders that occurred in Los Angeles, California on July 1, It is assumed that five people were targeted to be killed in the known drug house of the Wonderland Gang, three of whom were three of them, Ron Launius, Billy DeVerell, and Joy Miller, along with the.

According to Mary Mallory’s book, “Hollywoodland”, the estimated cost of the enormous multi-level home was over $1 million and cover eighteen acres of land. However, Sennett suffered serious financial problems in the late ’s and early ’s and had to abandon his plans for the hilltop house.

As Gay Pride Month winds down, here is a look at Hollywood Forever Cemetery resident, Pepi Lederer, the niece of actress Marion little that is known about Pepi comes from Louise Brooks’ autobiography, Lulu in it, she devotes an entire chapter to Pepi, Marion and William Randolph Hearst.

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The Storybook Style surged in popularity after Hollywoodland, a subdivision of cottage homes, was built in The theatrically designed homes served as residences in Los Angeles for a number of movie stars and received nationwide media attention as America’s first themed residential community.

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