What is Hollywood known for?

dramatic series

10 October 1995 Recorded Ocean Way Recording and Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California Genre Rock (Rock music) '''''Cheyenne''''' is a western (Western (genre)) television series of 108 black-and-white episodes broadcast on ABC (American Broadcasting Company) (American Broadcasting Company) from 1955 to 1963. The show was the first hour-long western, and in fact the first hour-long dramatic series of any kind, with continuing characters

style series

''Call to Danger,'' which were an attempt to create a ''Mission: Impossible''-style series in which Graves played a government agent (the Bureau of National Resources) who recruited civilians with special talents for secret missions. InBaseline Database Greenberg

experimental films

projected on bridge pillars or warehouses. The content featured at these screenings has frequently been independent or experimental films, cult movies, or otherwise alternative programming. The best known guerilla drive-ins include the Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In in Santa Cruz, California, North Bay Mobile Drive-In in Novato, California, MobMov in San Francisco, California and Hollywood, and most recently Guerilla Drive-In Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. Wyle

signature building

-_Morphosis.html has been retained to design a signature building incorporating residential, teaching and administrative spaces. The building is now projected to be ready by 2014, when it will accommodate 200 students (twice the number of students now attending Emerson's temporary space in Burbank (Burbank, California).) Roger Vincent, "Emerson College is building a new West Coast campus in Hollywood

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" also takes food as its topic, with Aukerman shouting out the names of various foodstuffs. "Mr. Bass" tells the story of a bass (bass (fish)) being caught during a fishing trip onboard the ''Orca'' and being mounted on the fisherman's wall. Tetley was a precocious performer even when he really was a child, beginning at age seven performing Harry Lauder imitations. He established himself in radio, usually playing smart-aleck kids. Tetley moved to Hollywood in 1938 and acted in a number of films (he is the wisecracking messenger or pageboy in several Universal Pictures comedies), but radio was his truest metier. By 1995, Pigmy Love Circus disbanded. What was left of the band went their separate ways. Savage went on to form 57 Crown and Big Ugly, both being formidable bands in Hollywood. Stevenson focused on becoming a film director. Fletcher moved to Denver. Rand "Pig" Walters disappeared. Plot In 1928 Hollywood, director Leo Andreyev (William Powell) looks through photographs for actors for his next movie. When he comes to the picture of an aged Sergius Alexander (Emil Jannings), he pauses, then tells his assistant (Jack Raymond) to cast the man. Sergius shows up at the Eureka Studio with a horde of other extras and is issued a general's uniform. As he is dressing, another actor complains that his continual head twitching is distracting. Sergius apologizes and explains that it is the result of a great shock he once experienced. She moved to Hollywood in December 1933 and was signed to a contract by Paramount Pictures. Initially being contracted for bit parts, she won her first film role over such established contenders as Mae Clarke and Isabel Jewell and made her debut in ''Wharf Angel'' (1934). The film was a success and the reviews for Dell were favorable; Paramount began to consider her as a potential star. Her most important and substantial role followed in the Shirley Temple film ''Little Miss Marker''. When singing cowboys such as Roy Rogers and Gene Autry were very much in vogue in American film, in 1949 (1949 in film) Republic Pictures in Hollywood gave him a screen test and put him under contract. Beginning in 1950 (1950 in film), Allen starred as himself in 19 of Hollywood's Western movies. One of the top-ten box office draws of the day, whose character was soon depicted in comic books, on screen Allen personified the clean cut, God-fearing American hero of the wild West who wore a white Stetson hat, loved his faithful horse Koko, and had a loyal buddy who shared his adventures. Allen's comic relief sidekick in first few pictures was Buddy Ebsen and then character actor Slim Pickens. He gained the nickname, The Arizona Cowboy. With a budget close to two million dollars, it was one of the most expensive films of the 1930s, but also one of the biggest successes. Apart from the opulent Hollywood sets, it featured scenes filmed on location at the Palace of Versailles, near Paris; this was reported to have been the first time a film crew was allowed to film in the grounds of the palace. Career After working with the animator Paul Grimault and the filmmaker Georges Rouquier, Demy directed his first feature film, ''Lola (Lola (1961 film))'', in 1961, with Anouk Aimée playing the eponymous cabaret singer. The Demy universe here emerges full-fledged. Characters burst into song (courtesy of composer and lifelong Demy-collaborator Michel Legrand); iconic Hollywood imagery is lovingly appropriated as in the opening scene with the man in a white Stetson in the Cadillac, daringly set to Beethoven's "Seventh Symphony"); plot is dictated by the director's fascination with fate, and stock themes of chance encounters and long-lost love; and the setting, as with so many of Demy's films, is the French Atlantic coast of his childhood, specifically the seaport town of Nantes. Also, the heroic saga induces another faulty thinking style that obscures the true nature of the world. To understand the real story of humanity, Wood argues that people must focus on the mass actions of people or of large impersonal forces rather than a few heroes or kings. Hollywood movies dealing with ecological threats are especially misleading; rather than imparting an accurate image of ecological issues, movies present a villain such as a mad scientist or a greedy, evil business person. Instead, such entertainment and much news reporting distracts us from our individual actions that are at the heart of ecological problems. After seeing her in ''Ladies Lake'', Darryl F. Zanuck brought her to Hollywood in August 1935 with a widespread publicity campaign. Before deciding to accept an American contract, Simon decided to first complete two more films for Allégret, ''Les yeux noirs'' (''Black Eyes'', 1935) and ''Les beaux jours'' (1935). It was usual for foreign actresses to receive months of preparation before working, but Simon was given only a few weeks of English lessons before she was told to report on set. "Simone Simon Was Ready to Go Home" by Mayme Ober Peak, ''The Milwaukee Journal (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)'', November 13, 1936, p. 1 Meanwhile, the studio had trouble finding her a suitable role. She was scheduled to make her American film debut in ''A Message to Garcia (A Message to Garcia (1936 film))'' (1936), playing a Spanish girl, but was replaced by Rita Hayworth.

film works

Square neighborhood receives patronage from nearby Hancock Park (Hancock Park, Los Angeles), located to the west, and Hollywood adjacent to the north. Although the neighborhood lies wholly within Windsor Square, and serves as Windsor Square's "main street," it is commonly thought of as a distinct district. Larchmont Village is centered on Larchmont Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and 3rd Street. A streetcar went up and down the street until the 1940s. Film works

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, Florida Plantation , and Shiv Lingam Temple of Margate are largely attended by Indo-Caribbeans. Plantation High School hosted an annual Diwali show from 1993 to 2008, a school where most Caribbeans and Asians are of Indian descent. Starting as a one day event in 2008 and expanding to a three day event since 2009, the Divali Nagar entertains the local community with musical performances, food, and vendors. Biography Richter graduated from Dartmouth College and attended USC film school

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on horses while filming a battle scene, when Beatty wasn't present. Tripwires were used against horses when ''Rambo III'' and ''The Thirteenth Warrior'' were being filmed. An ox was sliced nearly in half during production of ''Apocalypse Now'', while a donkey was bled to death for dramatic effect for the film ''Manderlay'', in a scene later cut from the film. Smith moved to Hollywood in 1977 making appearances in such films as ''21 Hours at Munich'' (1976), ''Midnight Express'' (1978) and as Bluto and Robert Altman's ''Popeye (Popeye (film))'' (1980). Career During the 1930s, Toland became the youngest cameraman in Hollywood but soon one of its most sought-after cinematographers. Over a seven-year span (1936–1942), he was nominated five times for the "Best Cinematography" Oscar (Academy Award), including a win in 1940 for his work on ''Wuthering Heights''. '''Roland Emmerich''' (

previous projects

Michelle Meldrum had played with drummer Linda McDonald in previous projects and together with vocalist Gigi Hangach and original bassist, Debra Armstrong, the band signed a contract with Shrapnel Records. Armstrong left the band prior to recording and was replaced by Kim Nielsen-Parsons, a student of John Alderete, bassist for Racer X and The Mars Volta. Phantom Blue recorded their first album with the help of producer Steve

social skills

, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, where he attended Hollywood High School; and Ojai (Ojai, California), California, where he attended Nordhoff High School. He was shy as a teenager and at some times deemed "completely lacking in social skills". He played bass guitar in the punk rock band The Invisible Government for five years. Richardson began photography when the band broke up and his


'''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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