What is Hollywood known for?

legendary music

-production-after-three-decades-of-legendary-music-making-531551.html location London As a perfectionist, Wonder spent long hours in the studio for almost every track he recorded. He was "not eating or sleeping, while everyone around him struggled to keep up". According to himself, "If my flow is goin', I keep on until I peak". Released March 13, 1992

taking home

to other entertainment work in Hollywood. Jazz singer Joya Sherrill hosted a weekday children's show, ''Time for Joya'', later known as ''Joya's Fun School''. Channel 11 produced the ''Magic Garden (The Magic Garden (TV series))'' series, which ran on the station from 1972 to 1984. The USO also brought Hollywood celebrities and volunteer entertainers to perform for the troops. According to movie historian Steven Cohan, "most of all ... in taking home on the road, it equated the nation with showbiz. USO camp shows were designed in their export to remind soldiers of home." They did this, he noted, by "nurturing in troops a sense of patriotic identification with America through popular entertainment." Cohan, Steven. ''The Road Movie Book'', Routledge (1997) An article in ''Look'' magazine at the time, stated, "For the little time the show lasts, the men are taken straight to the familiar Main Street that is the goal of every fighting American far away from home." Maxene Andrews wrote, "The entertainment brought home to the boys. ''Their'' home." Actor George Raft stated at the beginning of the war, "Now it's going to be up to us to send to the men here and abroad real, living entertainment, the songs, the dances, and the laughs they had back home." *David T. Kearns, former Xerox CEO, former Deputy Secretary of Education *Dana Fox, Hollywood screenwriter, ''The Wedding Date'' *Walter Hagen (1892-1969), "Golf's Greatest Showman", World Golf Hall-of-Famer, won 11 Majors. Career change After winning her first 14 fights, but failing to secure a match with Martin, Rijker stepped away from boxing in 1999 to pursue a career in Hollywood. She appeared as Billie 'The Blue Bear' in 2004's Oscar (Academy Awards)-winning, female boxer-based film ''Million Dollar Baby''. She was also featured in the documentary film ''Shadow Boxers''. She played a minor role in ''Rollerball (2002 film)'' and had a brief cameo in the season 2 finale of ''The L Word'' as Dana's trainer. She returned to ''The L Word'' in Season 5 as Dusty, Helena's cellmate in prison. Rijker also played a Romulan communications officer in the film ''Star Trek (Star Trek (film))''. Rijker also auditioned for the role of the female terminator (T-X) in ''Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines'' and was one of three finalists. '''Omar Sharif''' (

major early

at the Volksbühne in Berlin. Granach entered films in 1922; among the most widely exhibited of his silent efforts was the vampire classic ''Nosferatu'' (1922), in which the actor was cast as Knock, the lunatic counterpart to Dracula's Renfield. He co-starred in such major early German (Germany) talkies as ''Kameradschaft'' (1931). Granach, who was Jewish, fled to the Soviet Union when Hitler came to power. When the Soviet Union also proved too inhospitable, he settled

video series

"a Hollywood story about a young actress who gets a part in a film that might be cursed; a story about the smuggling of women from Eastern Europe; and an abstract story about a family of people with rabbit heads sitting around in a living room" -- Lynch's web-only video series, ''Rabbits (Rabbits (film))''. Peña's perception of a plot involving "the smuggling of women from Eastern Europe" stems from a scene

opening theme

These suspicions are confirmed on Independence Day (United States) Independence Day

complex art

; Musically diverse, varying between the simple rock and roll revivalism of figures like Alvin Stardust to the complex art rock of Roxy Music, and can be seen as much as a fashion as a musical sub-genre. R. Shuker, ''Popular Music: the Key Concepts'' (Abingdon: Routledge, 2nd edn., 2005), ISBN 0-415-34770-X, pp. 124–5. Visually it was a mesh of various styles, ranging from 1930s Hollywood glamor, through 1950s pin-up sex appeal, pre-war Cabaret theatrics, Victorian (Victorian literature) literary and symbolist styles, science fiction, to ancient and occult mysticism and mythology; manifesting itself in outrageous clothes, makeup, hairstyles, and platform-soled boots. P. Auslander, ''Performing Glam Rock: Gender and Theatricality in Popular Music'' (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2006), ISBN 0-7546-4057-4, pp. 57, 63, 87 and 141. Glam is most noted for its sexual and gender ambiguity and representations of androgyny, beside extensive use of theatrics.

life British

and Wilcox began an association with RKO Radio Pictures (RKO Pictures). Their first American film was ''Nurse Edith Cavell'' (1939), a remake of ''Dawn'', a Wilcox silent (silent film) that starred Sybil Thorndike. In this, still another Neagle performance of a true-life British heroine, she essayed the role of the nurse (Edith Cavell) who was shot by the Germans (Germany) in World War I for alleged spying. The resulting effort had a significant impact for audiences on the eve

free starring

partnership continued until 1930, producing a string of feel-good hits and the perennial Broadway favorite ''Good News (Good News (musical))''. The popularity of this team was so great that Gershwin's mother supposedly chided her sons for not being able to write the sort of hits turned out by the trio. The 1956 Hollywood film ''The Best Things in Life Are Free (The Best Things in Life Are Free (film))'', starring Gordon MacRae, depicting the De Sylva, Brown and Henderson collaboration

movie written

''''' is a 1956 (1956 in film) Hollywood World War II movie (film) written by Robert Lewin and directed by Lewis R. Foster, starring Wendell Corey, Mickey Rooney, and Don Taylor (Don Taylor (actor)). Biography Members included Forrest on vocals; bass player Jon Huck, guitarists Chris Handsome, Dix Denney and Mike Martt, and drummer Pete Weiss. They were a popular live attraction in the underground rock clubs of Hollywood in the 1980s and put out a series of critically

track written

. Singles * "Feel (Feel (Robbie Williams song))", a track written by Williams and Chambers, was released as the album's first single. Originally only recorded as a demo in 1999, Williams attempted to re-recorded the vocals in 2002, however, felt unsatisfied with the result, and thus decided to issue the original demo version instead.


'''Hollywood''' is a district in the central (Central Los Angeles) region of Los Angeles, California, in the United States.

It is notable for its place as the home of the entertainment industry, including several of its historic studios. Its name has come to be a metonym (metonymy) for the motion picture industry of the United States (Cinema of the United States). Hollywood is also a highly ethnically diverse, densely populated, economically diverse neighborhood and retail business district.

Hollywood was a small community in 1870 and was incorporated as a municipality in 1903.

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