Hollywood

What is Hollywood known for?


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was in a 1951 feature film, ''Superman and the Mole Men'', which was later edited to a two-part episode of the television series ''The Adventures of Superman (Adventures of Superman (TV series))'', retitled "The Unknown People". His portrayal of a xenophobic vigilante coincidentally reflected what was about to happen to him. Released March 4, 1946 Recorded July 30, 1945 Hollywood December 7, 1945 New York City Genre Classic pop '''Jean Elizabeth Spangler''' (September 2, 1923 – disappeared October 7, 1949) was an American dancer, model and bit-part actress in Hollywood films and in early television. Revell attended Auckland Grammar School, where he finished his final year in 7A. He is relatively unknown to most New Zealanders, despite having worked in the film business for 30 years, compared to fellow Hollywood New Zealanders such as Anna Paquin, Sam Neill and Zoë Bell. Personnel Recorded in six sessions from July 24 1957- July 11 1959 in Hollywood, Los Angeles: Bassman left Hollywood after the studios closed their doors to him and returned to New York where he found the theater still open to him. He was engaged to orchestrate the show ''Guys and Dolls (Guys and Dolls (musical))'' (with Ted Royal), and also composed music for various shows and revues. Ironically, although Hollywood was closed to him, Bassman was able to work in television in its early days, as a composer for various live shows and also as a conductor; he eventually composed the music for the live television anthology series ''Producers' Showcase'' as well. He also quietly kept his hand in movies, where independent producers were willing to hire him. Among his best scores during this period was his music for ''The Joe Louis Story'' (1955); he also got hired to write some music for the Hollywood movie ''Marty (Marty (film))'' (1955), and Columbia (Columbia Pictures) hired him in 1958 to score ''Middle of the Night''. He first attracted Hollywood's attention with his award-winning short film ''Titsiana Booberini''. After screening to much acclaim at several festivals within Australia, ''Titsiana Booberini'' became a hit at many internationally renowned festivals including the Sundance Film Festival.


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in Worthing, West Sussex, Peter Cushing - Films as actor he left for Hollywood in 1939, debuting in ''The Man in the Iron Mask (The Man in the Iron Mask (1939 film))'', then returned in 1941 after roles in several films. In one, ''A Chump at Oxford'' (1940), he appeared alongside Laurel and Hardy. His first major film part was as Osric (Characters in Hamlet#Osric) in Laurence Olivier's ''Hamlet (Hamlet (1948 film))'' (1948). '''Zena Lotus Grey'''


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was educated at Lancing College and began acting on the Broadway (Broadway theatre) stage in 1924. He then went on to appear in thirty more Broadway plays over the next four decades. He first acted in Hollywood films in 1930, debuting in director Mack Sennett's (Mack Sennett) ''The Chumps''. In his career he appeared in more than forty films and also made more than forty guest appearances on television shows. He was part of the regular cast for the 1967 season of the family comedy

, ''Family Affair''. Plot Born in Seattle, Washington, Frances Elena Farmer is a rebel from a young age, winning a high school award by writing an essay called "God Dies" in 1931. Later that decade, she becomes controversial again when she wins (and accepts) an all-expenses-paid trip to the USSR (Soviet Union) in 1935. Determined to become an actress, Frances is equally determined not to play the Hollywood game: she refuses to acquiesce to publicity stunts, and insists upon


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;paris359" To generations of New York children, channel 11 was also the home of memorable personalities. In 1955 Joe Bolton (Joseph Reeves Bolton III), an original WPIX staffer who had been a weather forecaster in the station's news department, donned a policeman's uniform and became "Officer Joe", hosting several programs based around ''Little Rascals'' and ''Three Stooges'' films, and later ''Popeye'' animated shorts. Another early WPIX personality, Jack McCarthy


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. With ''The Choirboys'' he "found his voice," and thereafter his novels were stylistic lampoon (parody)s of not only the Los Angeles police world but the Hollywood lifestyle (lifestyle (sociology)), and often filled with black comedy. Wambaugh, by then a successful author, resigned from the LAPD after fourteen years of service in order to publish ''The Choirboys'' without retribution from those he burlesqued. ''The Choirboys'' is also significant in that Wambaugh turned to the bizarre anecdotes of others (which he terms "cop talk") to provide the grist for his writing after previously drawing from his own experience. After the Jones band broke up in 1936, Jenkins worked as a freelance arranger and songwriter, contributing to sessions by Isham Jones, Paul Whiteman, Benny Goodman, Andre Kostelanetz, Lennie Hayton, and others. In 1938, Jenkins moved to Hollywood and worked for Paramount Pictures and NBC, and then became Dick Haymes' arranger for four years. In 1944, Jenkins had a hit song with "San Fernando Valley". Later she moved to Hollywood and has been doing voices for video games, animation (List of animated television series), commercials (television advertisement), radio promotions, anime, and movies (film) since 1993. In 1994 she was cast as Felicia Hardy Black Cat in ''Spider-Man: The Animated Series'', the first in a long line of Marvel comics characters she has voiced. She has also been a guest (guest appearance) on several well-known TV show (television program)s, such as ''Charmed'', ''ER (ER (TV series))'', ''Just Shoot Me!'', among others. She was sometimes credited as '''Carren Learning'''. She plays Cinderella (Cinderella (Disney character)) and Princess Aurora (Aurora (Disney)) in various Disney (The Walt Disney Company) projects. Beginning with the July 7, 1949 episode, the series was broadcast from Hollywood with producer Elliott Lewis (Elliott Lewis (radio)) directing a new cast in scripts by Morton S. Fine and David Friedkin. In 1998, Howarth departed ''One Life to Live'' for a second time. He looked to pursue other acting projects both on Broadway (Broadway theatre) and in Hollywood. He made his first Broadway debut in ''The White Rose'', but also did some theater work in ''Henry IV, Passions'', ''You Touched Me'', ''Mother Courage'', and ''Orestes''.


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a repertory-like ensemble cast. In Britain, he holds a peerage (British peerage), and has publicly expressed a desire to see the House of Lords reformed as a democratically-elected chamber. Despite initial activity in the Lords, his career there was cut short by the House of Lords Act 1999. When using his title, he is normally styled (Style (manner of address)) as Lord Haden-Guest. History ''Cahiers'' re-invented the basic tenets of film criticism and film theory


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different groups of musicians were assembled in each location. Writing credits on the album are given to both Declan MacManus and Elvis Costello. Plot 1964 saw the cancellation of ''The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show'' and life became rather miserable and melancholy for Rocket "Rocky" J. Squirrel (voiced by June Foray, reprising her longtime role) and Bullwinkle J. Moose (voiced by Keith Scott (Keith Scott (voice actor))). Their home, Frostbite Falls, has been destroyed in deforestation, Rocky has lost his ability to fly, and the show's unseen Narrator (also voiced by Keith Scott) lives with his mother, spending his time narrating everything that she does (much to her annoyance). Bullwinkle and Rocky head out to address the President of the United States regarding their situation, but are stopped for six months by red tape. Meanwhile, their enemies, Fearless Leader, Boris Badenov, and Natasha Fatale lose power over Pottsylvania and dig to a Hollywood film studio where they convince Minnie Mogul (Janeane Garofalo), an executive, to sign a contract giving her rights to the show, and the villains are transformed from their two-dimensional cel animation (Traditional animation) origins, and become live-action characters (now in the form of Robert De Niro, Jason Alexander, and Rene Russo, respectively). FBI agent Karen Sympathy (Piper Perabo) and her boss, Cappy von Trapment (Randy Quaid) inform President Signoff (James Rebhorn) that Fearless Leader intends to make himself the President by brainwashing the American public with his cable television network, "RBTV" or "Really Bad Television". Karen is sent to a special lighthouse to bring Rocky and Bullwinkle to the real world. She succeeds, the Narrator being brought along as well but never being physically seen. History In the mid-sixties, there were two prior attempts to build “The Indianapolis of the West.” The first attempt was led by National General Corporation, and the second by the Santa Anita Consolidated and Filmways Corporations. The second attempt focused on an 800 parcel of land (the Cucamonga Winery) directly across from the new Ontario International Airport on the San Bernardino Freeway (Interstate 10) 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. William Loorz CEO of Stolte Construction Co., one of California’s largest commercial construction companies, who had been designated the contractor on the project, sent information on the failed projects to David Lockton, co-founder with Chuck Barnes of Sports Headliners, a leading sports management firm in Indianapolis, Indiana that acted as agent and manager for most of the Formula One and Indianapolis-style racing drivers. Sports Headliners represented most of the leading Formula One drivers and the winners of the past 10 Indianapolis


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& the Innocent Criminals . Recorded August 4, 2003 in Hollywood, California, it features a 15-song show, along with several extra music videos that Harper recorded. Released alongside this DVD was an EP of four or seven songs from the event. Hollywood had been releasing films without opening credits for many years before Lucas came along, most notably ''Citizen Kane'', ''West Side Story (West Side Story (film))'', and ''The Godfather''. However, "title-only"


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double for Sylvia Breamer in ''Doubling for Romeo'' (1921). Originally, Henry never intended to become an actress, for she had wanted to become a singer. By her teens she was appearing on local radio. She went to Hollywood in the early 1950s and found her way into the choruses of several musicals. Producers began noticing, however, that her comedy skills were superior to her singing. She toured in shows like ''Top Banana (Top Banana (musical)),'' and acted in the film of that show


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Massey (actor) Daniel Massey , was also an actor. She was the niece of Vincent Massey, a Governor General of Canada, and her godfather was film director John Ford. Released Recorded September 2002 – June 2003 at Grouse Lodge, County Westmeath, Ireland; AIR Studios (Associated Independent Recording), London; Cello Studios (United Western Recorders), Hollywood

of stereophonic recording and he founded several major independent recording studios in Chicago, Hollywood and San Francisco. After taking up a scholarship to study film at UCLA in 1956, Sjöman worked with George Seaton on ''The Proud and Profane''. He returned to Sweden, and wrote a study of Hollywood, ''In Hollywood'' ("I Hollywood") in 1961. Sjöman directed his first film in 1962, ''The Mistress (The Mistress (film))'' ("Älskarinnan"), with a cast that included regular actors for Ingmar Bergman such as Bibi Andersson and Max von Sydow, showing a young woman in love with two men, one older and the other younger. For her role, Anderson won the Silver Bear for Best Actress award at the 13th Berlin International Film Festival.

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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