II , Parlo returned to Germany. She appeared in only three films during the last thirty years of her life, making her final film appearance in 1965. ''Mighty Like a Rose'' continues in the vein of Costello's previous album Spike (Spike (Elvis Costello album)) from 1989, although with Mitchell Froom taking over the producer's chair from T-Bone Burnett. This time, the tracks were recorded in one location, Ocean Way (Ocean Way Recording) in Hollywood, with orchestral and vocal
-ul-Haq in ''Charlie Wilson's War'', which stars Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. '''''Eating Raoul''''' is a 1982 black comedy about a married couple living in Hollywood who resort to killing swingers (swinging) for their money. It was directed by Paul Bartel and written by Bartel and Richard Blackburn. The writers also commissioned a single-issue comic book based on the movie for promotion; it was created by underground comics creator Kim Deitch. Background Josh Todd grew up in Anaheim Hills, California and later moved to Lake Forest, California. He attended high school at Trabuco Hills High School in Orange County, California and graduated in 1989. Prior to his days in Buckcherry, Todd fronted the Hollywood glam rock band Slamhound. Slamhound was signed to Skydoor Records, an independent record company that was unsuccessful in releasing a Slamhound album even though the band recorded over a dozen songs with Josh as the lead singer. While in Slamhound, Josh honed his musical style, moving away from glam and more towards punk. In 1995, Josh met guitarist Keith Nelson through his tattoo artist. The two agreed to meet because of their shared love of AC DC. They soon formed the band Sparrow, which later changed its name to Buckcherry. He later married Mitzi Martin, an American actress and model. '''''Robin Hood''''' is the first motion picture ever to have a Hollywood premiere, held at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre on October 18, 1922. The movie's full title, under which it was copyrighted, is '''''Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood''''', as shown in the illustration at right. It was one of the most expensive films of the 1920s, with a budget estimated at approximately one million dollars and generally received favorable reviews. Nicknames He was known as (List of motorsports people by nickname) '''Handsome Harry Gant''' due to his Hollywood-style good looks, '''The Bandit''' after his longtime sponsor Skoal Bandit, '''Mr. September''' after winning four consecutive Winston Cup races and two Busch Series races in September 1991, and '''High Groove Harry''' after the high line he often took through the corner. A humble man, Gant often stated that he was a good race car driver, but a great carpenter.
. It became the only single for George's first solo attempt, and final record before his death. The announcement of George's death was recorded on the same ''Rolling Stone'' cover featuring Rickie Lee Jones crouching in a black bra and white beret - an issue that would become the largest selling issue in the magazine's history up to that time. Her appearance - as an unknown (her debut record had been released less than a month before) - on '' Saturday Night
in late 1945, she hosted the Tuesday and Thursday broadcasts of an NBC musical variety radio program — ''The Chesterfield Supper Club''.
The south coast of England was the home of movies long before a frame was shot in Hollywood, thanks to long hours of daylight and glamorous London actors holidaying by the sea. Neil Oliver tries his hand at directing his own silent movie. Alice Roberts re-lives the glamour days of the hovercraft and on the Isle of Wight, we go in search of dinosaur footprints which prove the island has been on an epic voyage heading north from tropical climes 135 million years ago. LineColor FFD700 image 250px (Image:AllStar44.jpg) caption The Golden Age (Golden Age of Comic Books) Evil Star menaces Hollywood and the Justice Society of America. Art by Irwin Hasen. character_name Guy Pompton Jack Carson was one of the most popular character actors during the 'golden age of Hollywood', with a film career spanning the 1930s, '40s and '50s. Primarily employed for comic relief, his work in ''Mildred Pierce (Mildred Pierce (film))'' (1945) and ''Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (film))'' (1958) proved he could also master dramatic material. During his career, he worked at RKO, MGM (cast opposite Myrna Loy and William Powell in ''Love Crazy''), but most of his memorable work was at Warner Brothers. Carson's trademark was the wisecracking know it all who eventually and typically was undone by his own excessive self-confidence. Her best-known Hollywood film role was as a vampire in 2004's ''Van Helsing (Van Helsing (film))'', playing Dracula's bride, Aleera. She is also featured in Justin Timberlake's music video for his 2006 single, ''SexyBack''. The alternative metal band Tool (Tool (band)) has voiced criticism of Scientology. After releasing their first full-length album ''Undertow (Undertow (Tool album))'' in 1993, the band began touring to promote their new work. In May 1993, Tool was scheduled to play the Garden Pavilion in Hollywood but learned at the last minute that the Garden Pavilion belonged to the Church of Scientology, which the band felt clashed with "the band's ethics about how a person should not follow a belief system that constricts their development as a human being".
was married to fellow character actress Fern Emmett, and they may have met while making ''Texas Terror (Texas Terror (film))'' in 1935. Offered a contract to direct Hollywood films, Boleslavsky made several significant films with some of the major stars of the day, until his death a few weeks short of his 48th birthday, on January 17, 1937. He is interred in the Calvary Cemetery, East Los Angeles. Early life and career Wynn was born in New York City as '''Francis Xavier Aloysius
news story.asp?id 123027447 "Memphis Belle" moves to National Museum of the U.S. Air Force." ''National Museum of the United States Air Force,'' 31 August 2005. Retrieved: 19 July 2007. ''The Lampshades'', her comedy lounge act with veteran improviser Scot Robinson, has been running in Hollywood at the iO WEST stage for over four years and was seen at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. ''The Lampshades'' was ''New York (New York (magazine))'' magazine's "LA Pick" for 2006 and was declared "Best Saturday Comedy Show of the Year" by ''LA Weekly''.
treatment. Though pleased with the work, Kubrick was side-tracked by ''Spartacus (Spartacus (film))''; when Kubrick returned to ''Lunatic at Large'', the sole copy of Thompson's manuscript had been lost. Kubrick was quoted by family and friends as regretting the lost opportunity. Yet, in 1999, after Kubrick's death, son-in-law Phillip Hobbs found the manuscript among the dead director's documents; as of 2006, said project is in the pre-production stage, fifty years after Thompson wrote
controversial book, ''Here Lies the Heart'', documenting and releasing to the public the details of her numerous affairs with many of Hollywood's leading actresses and female personalities. This resulted in de Acosta being outcast by most of her former lovers and friends. Instead, ''The Stone Poneys'' became a leading attraction on the Los Angeles club circuit, with Ronstadt usually performing on stage in a miniskirt and bare feet.
'''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.