Hollywood

What is Hollywood known for?


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, saying, "I like my name. It sounds like I look." Stockton Campus left thumb Burns Tower on the Stockton campus (Image:UOP-burnstower.jpg)The Stockton campus, featuring a tower, rose gardens, architectural columns, brick-faced buildings, and numerous trees, was used in Hollywood films, due to its aesthetic


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is close on Bollywood's heels, and sometimes will turn out more films in a year.) By 1956, Springfield, with two other ABC shows, ''The Eddy Arnold Show'' (1956) and ''Talent Varieties'' (1955) ranked behind only New York and Hollywood for originating network television programming. Top Talent was booking ''Jubilee'' artists across the country, and that April, the ''Jubilee'' had finished third among men. "ARB Top Shows Among Men" (May 26, 1956


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play, he was spotted by Hume Cronyn, who then cast him in ''Now I Lay me Down to Sleep''. The role earned Jason a Theater World Award and a Hollywood contract with Columbia Pictures. '''''Wonderbug''''' is a segment of the first and second season of the American (United States) television series ''The Krofft Supershow'', from 1976 to 1978. It was shot in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. The show was rerun as part of ABC's Sunday morning series.


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full-time to writing books. He published his first non-fiction work in 1955, ''The Fabulous Originals'', and his first fiction offering, ''The Sins of Philip Fleming'', in 1959. The latter, ignored by critics, was followed by the enormously successful ''The Chapman Report''. Wallace published 33 books during his lifetime, all translated into 31 different languages. At age 14, Witt earned her high school diploma. Shortly thereafter, she moved to Hollywood with her mother to pursue


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two experimental plays, one by Jean Genet. He wrote and directed a low-budget film entitled "Expressions", later changed to "Blues for Benny." The film did not get general release but was shown independently. After five years of writing a dozen motion picture scripts and developing film projects with director Curtis Harrington, Gilmore eventually settled into a literary career; journalist, true crime (True crime (genre)) writer and novelist. He served as head of the writing program at Antioch University and has taught and lectured at length. Gale Group, Inc. ''Contemporary Authors''; Volume 180, © 2000. John Gilmore was born in the Charity Ward of the Los Angeles County General Hospital and was raised in Hollywood. His mother had been a studio contract-player for MGM while his step-grandfather worked as head carpenter for RKO Pictures. Gilmore's parents separated when he was six months old and he was subsequently raised by his grandmother. Gilmore's father became a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officer, and also wrote and acted on radio shows, a police public service (the shows featured promising movie starlets as well as established performers like Bonita Granville, Ann Rutherford, the "jungle girl" Acquanetta, Joan Davis, Hillary Brooke, Ann Jeffreys, Brenda Marshall and other players young John Gilmore became acquainted with. As a child actor, he appeared in a Gene Autry movie and bit parts at Republic Studios. He worked in LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department) safety films and did stints on radio. Eventually he appeared in commercial films. Actors Ida Lupino and John Hodiak were mentors to Gilmore, who worked in numerous television shows and feature films at Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, and Universal International studios. During the 1950s, through John Hodiak, Gilmore sustained an acquaintanceship with Marilyn Monroe in Hollywood, Michelle Morgan, ''Marilyn Monroe: Private and Undisclosed''"© 2007 then in New York, where Gilmore was involved with the Actors Studio, transcribing the lectures of Lee Strasberg into book form. Gilmore performed on stage and in live TV, wrote poetry and screenplays, directed two experimental plays, one by Jean Genet. He wrote and directed a low-budget film entitled "Expressions", later changed to "Blues for Benny." The film did not get general release but was shown independently. After five years of writing a dozen motion picture scripts and developing film projects with director Curtis Harrington, Gilmore eventually settled into a literary career; journalist, true crime (True crime (genre)) writer and novelist. He served as head of the writing program at Antioch University and has taught and lectured at length. Gale Group, Inc. ''Contemporary Authors''; Volume 180, © 2000. A "hangout" for Hollywood celebrities since its inception, La Quinta Resort's greatest claim to fame is as the site which film director and frequent guest Frank Capra wrote the screenplay for ''Lost Horizon (Lost Horizon (1937))'' poolside in 1937. In 1945, during his daughter Connie (Connie Corleone)'s (Talia Shire) wedding, crime family Don (Don (honorific)) Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) hears requests, one of which comes from singer Johnny Fontane (Al Martino) in landing a movie role. The Don's adopted son and family consigliere, Tom Hagen (Robert Duvall), goes to Hollywood to meet with studio head Jack Woltz (John Marley). Initially refusing to cast Fontane, Woltz accepts when he finds the severed head of his prized racehorse in his bed. * College Non-Comm Radio Station of the Year: KEXP, Seattle (Seattle, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) * Record Store of the Year: Amoeba Music, Hollywood, California * Best Music DVD of the Year: ''loudQUIETloud: A Film About The Pixies'' Moving to the United States In September 2000, Koyamada moved to Hollywood alone, not knowing anyone, having no place to stay, and not knowing how to speak English.


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Cole (choreographer) Jack Cole , becoming his dance partner and assistant from 1946–48. Born in Los Angeles, California, she started her Hollywood career as a 'patcher', editing films by D. W. Griffith (David Wark Griffith), around 1915. Later she worked for Louis B. Mayer when he was an independent film producer. She made a successful transition to Hollywood, appearing in ''Personal Affair'' (1953) starring Gene Tierney and in ''The Court Jester'' (1956


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Cody Banks , discloses to his cosmopolitan band members that he is a secret agent. To this, a Nigerian boy claims to be Spider-Man while another girl calls herself Lara Croft. As the actors associate themselves with their favourite comic book characters, Sabeen says: "And I’m Waheed Murad." This entices all to ask "what?" to which she replies, "Famous Indian (demographics of India) actor." !-- Do not exclude the word "Indian" from


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in ''Rebecca (Rebecca (1940 film))'' (1940). She was nominated three times for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performances as Bette Davis's domineering mother in ''Now, Voyager'' (1942), a skeptical nun in ''The Song of Bernadette (The Song of Bernadette (film))'' (1943), and Rex Harrison's mother, Mrs. Higgins, in ''My Fair Lady (My Fair Lady (film))'' (1964). Other notable film appearances included ''The Green Years (The Green Years (film))'' (1946


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Hollywood

'''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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