several sets from "Girl", most notably the rocket control room. Two guest actors from the episode, Kenneth Griffith and Alexis Kanner, were also recruited to play different characters in "Fall Out" (this was in fact Kanner's third appearance on the series in only a few weeks, as he previously played Number Eight alias "The Kid" in the Western (Western (genre)) themed episode "Living in Harmony"). According to Fairclough, McGoohan was so pressed
nytimesobit In 1996, the station's longtime home on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, known as "Metromedia Square" (and later renamed the "Fox Television Center") was vacated. KTTV relocated to new studios (Fox Television Center) a few miles away on South Bundy Drive in West Los Angeles, near the Fox network headquarters (the network's headquarters are on the lot of 20th Century Fox studios). The historic television studio at Metromedia Square, once home to Norman Lear's Tandem Productions and TAT Communications Company, also produced hit programs such as ''The Jeffersons'', ''Mama's Family'', ''Diff'rent Strokes'', ''One Day at a Time'', ''Hello, Larry'', ''Soul Train'', ''Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'', ''Small Wonder (Small Wonder (TV series))'' and the groundbreaking sketch comedy ''In Living Color''. Many of those programs, either in first-run or off-network syndication, aired on KTTV. It was demolished in 2003 to make way for a new high school (Helen Bernstein High School) being built by the Los Angeles Unified School District. The Forum became a landmark in the Greater Los Angeles Area, in large measure from the success of the Lakers and from the Hollywood celebrities often sighted in its audiences. It hosted a vast number of events such as tennis matches, concerts, boxing matches, and political events. It is sometimes referred to as the "Los Angeles Forum" or "L.A. Forum" to differentiate it from other buildings, venues and places carrying the name "Forum". thumb left 150px Darwell in the play ''A Doll's House'', 1945. (File:Jane Darwell 1945.JPG) She took up voice culture and the piano followed by a course in dramatics. At one point she decided to enter a convent but instead changed her mind and became an actress. Darwell began her acting career in theater productions in Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) and made her first film appearance in 1913. She appeared in almost twenty films over the next two years before returning to the stage. After a 15 year absence from films, she resumed her film career in 1930 with a role in ''Tom Sawyer (Tom Sawyer (1930 film))'', and her career as a Hollywood character actress began. Short, stout and plain-faced she was quickly cast in a succession of films usually as the mother of one of the major characters. She was especially prevalent in Shirley Temple films; she appeared in five films with Temple, usually as the housekeeper or grandmother. With the explosion of film musicals in the late 1920s, Hollywood attracted a number of ambitious young songwriters and Coslow joined the exodus in 1929. Coslow and his partner Larry Spier sold their publishing business to Paramount Pictures and Coslow became a Paramount songwriter. One of his first assignments for the studio was the score for the 1930 film ''The Virtuous Sin''. He formed a successful partnership with composer Arthur Johnston (Arthur Johnston (composer)) and together they provided the scores for a number of films including Bing Crosby vehicles. * 2004 Atlantic hurricane season: Hurricane Frances affects the British Virgin Islands, the United States Virgin Islands and the northern-east part of Puerto Rico. (AP The Star Tribune) * California Governor and former Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger extols the United States as a greater source of good in the world than the UN (United Nations): "If you believe this country, not the United Nations, is the best hope of democracy in the world, then you are a Republican (United States Republican Party)", he shouts, at the Republican National Convention (Republican National Convention (2004)). (Washington Times) (BBC) * Following a dramatic intra-party campaign, Betty Castor and Mel Martinez win primary elections in Florida for the U.S. Senate election, 2004. The seat is the most heavily contested in the U.S. Congress (Congress of the United States), with over
of opportunities in filmmaking. Working in the USA he made a serious change in style, directing big-budget, incredibly violent, special-effects-heavy smashes ''RoboCop'' (1987) and ''Total Recall'' (1990)—at the time the most expensive film ever produced. Both ''RoboCop'' and ''Total Recall'' won an Academy Special Achievement Award, for Sound Effects Editing and for Visual Effects respectively. A Hollywood remake of M (1951 film) the same
'' is normally dated to 1962, the year of its general release, but one screening in 1961 is documented by an advertising flyer and the film itself displays a 1960 copyright date (MCMLX in Roman numerals), indicating that it was a complete film before the end of that year. Short items in contemporary trade publications indicate that it was being filmed in the summer of 1960 under a working title variously reported as ''This Time Around'' or ''This Time Tomorrow''. ''American Cinematographer'' (1960) '''41''':570 (issue number and date not available but not earlier than 1 July as evident from mention of that date on page 442) ''Motion Picture Herald'' (1960) '''220-221''':56 (issue number and date not available but mid-year and before 8 September) The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences lists August 1960 as the completion date. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences list of credits for ''The Creation of the Humanoids'' (completion date shown as 08 60) Producer-director, former child star and Hollywood area native Wesley Barry's Genie Productions was located in Hollywood, ''The 1962 Film Daily Year Book of Motion Pictures'', page 586 and the cast and crew credits are populated by Hollywood personnel, but no information about the actual filming location and other specific details has yet come to light. Music and lyrics One of the album's hard rockers, the song is about an aging Hollywood star in an encounter with a prostitute, the chorus including various allusions to sex and drugs: Nicholas Pegg (2000). ''The Complete David Bowie'': p.56 She needed a role which could make her a star. It was in 1963, when it was decided to make a movie of the sensational novel "Angélique" (Angelique (series)), that Michèle got her chance. Many actresses were approached to play the role of Angélique (Angelique (series)). Producer Francis Cosne wanted Brigitte Bardot for the part. She refused. Annette Stroyberg was considered next, but judged not sufficiently well-known. Catherine Deneuve was too pale, Jane Fonda spoke French with an American accent, and Virna Lisi was busy in Hollywood. The most serious actress considered was Marina Vlady. She almost signed a contract, but Mercier won the role after trying out for it - she did not appreciate this very much since she was being treated like a beginner at a time when she was already well-known in Italy. At the time she was contacted to play Angélique (Angelique (series)), she had already acted in over twenty films. During the next four years she made five sequels which enjoyed astonishing success. However the role of Angélique (Angelique (series)), "the Marquise of the Angels", was both a blessing and a curse. It catapulted her to almost instant stardom, rivalling Brigitte Bardot in celebrity and popularity, but the character of Angélique (Angelique (series)) overshadowed all other aspects of her career. By the end of the 1960s, the names Angélique (Angelique (series)) and Michèle Mercier were synonymous. Background Loosely inspired by the popular 1974 film ''Chinatown (Chinatown (1974 film))'', Thompson, Robert J. (1990). ''Adventures on Prime Time: The Television Programs of Stephen J. Cannell''. Praeger Publishers. ISBN 027593330X. Pg. 74. Excerpts of the book can be found here ''City of Angels'' adopted the same cynical view of Depression (Great depression)-era Los Angeles, a place where Hollywood and crime competed for attention. This series also found its roots in Roy Huggins’ hard-boiled 1946 detective novel, ''The Double Take'', Pierce, J. Kingston. "The Book You Have to Read: 'The Double Take,' by Roy Huggins." The Rap Sheet, January 9, 2009. which had earlier provided the source material for another Huggins-created series, ''77 Sunset Strip''. Individual installments of this show were based on real-life events. The three-part pilot episode, “The November Plan,” was based on a notorious 1933 American conspiracy known as the Business Plot, which involved wealthy businessmen trying to bring down United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a coup. Another episode, "The Castle of Dreams," featured a pricey brothel where the prostitutes were movie-star lookalikes. That establishment was based on the historical T&M Studio (later fictionalized in ''L.A. Confidential'' as the "Fleur de Lis Club"). During the show's run, Nazism, communism, railroad-riding hoboes, and the Ku Klux Klan all figured into the plots. Released August 20, 2002 Recorded February–May 2002 at Jim Henson Studios (The Jim Henson Company) Hollywood, Ca (California); Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park, Ca (California); Forster Sound, Hollywood, Ca (California); Conway Studios in Los Angeles, Ca (California); Fantasy Sudios, Berkley, Ca (California) & Puerta Azul Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Genre Latin (Latin music) Rock en Español Released August 20, 2002 Recorded February–May 2002 at Jim Henson Studios (The Jim Henson Company) Hollywood, Ca (California); Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park, Ca (California); Forster Sound, Hollywood, Ca (California); Conway Studios in Los Angeles, Ca (California); Fantasy Sudios, Berkley, Ca (California) & Puerta Azul Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Genre Latin (Latin music) Rock en Español Managing the rise of West Coast rap In the 1980s, Heller began managing acts on the nascent Los Angeles hip hop (hip hop music) scene, many of whom recorded for Macola Records in Hollywood. He managed both C.I.A. (C.I.A. (group)), which Ice Cube was a member of, and the World Class Wreckin' Cru, which included Dr. Dre and DJ Yella. On March 3, 1987, he met the Compton, California rapper Eazy-E and became general manager of Eazy's label, Ruthless Records.
, is a cruel toad who only concentrates on selling comics. Rocko, however, is very nice and giving. For example, when a customer sneezed all over a comic, Rocko gave him a fresh copy and did not charge him for the previous comic. Early years and musical beginnings Hillel Slovak was born in Haifa, Israel to Jewish (Jewish people) parents who were survivors of the Holocaust.
'''''Monster: Living Off the Big Screen''''' is a 1997 book in which John Gregory Dunne recounts his experiences as a screenwriter in Hollywood. The book focuses on the process of drafting the screenplay for ''Up Close & Personal'', 1996, a movie starring Robert Redford and Michelle Pfeiffer. It details the meetings, writing, rewriting and all the other struggles in the way of creating a sellable screenplay. It also describes how a film that started being about Jessica Savitch ends up being a ''Star is Born (A Star is Born)''-type film, where one character is a "rising star", and the person she he is in love with becomes a "falling star". Some of the cemetery's residents are famous in their own right such as Rin Tin Tin. Tribute to Rin Tin Tin , the star of a number of Hollywood films, while others are the beloved pets of the wealthy who could afford this elaborate burial place such as film director Sacha Guitry. Buried here too, is the pet lion of stage actress, feminist, and co-founder of the cemetery, Marguerite Durand and the pet of Camille Saint-Saëns, composer of ''Carnival of the Animals''. '''''Antwone Fisher''''' is a 2002 American drama film directed by Denzel Washington, marking his directorial debut. He also stars in the film as the psychiatrist Jerome Davenport, alongside Hollywood newcomer Derek Luke, who plays the title role (and personally knew the real Antwone Fisher), and ex-model (model (person)) Joy Bryant, as Fisher's girlfriend. Although it was one of the highest-rated shows on Canadian television in its time, only 20 episodes of the series were made, because Vernon was lured to Hollywood by the promise of more money than the CBC could offer. He only returned to the role once, for a TV movie ''Wojeck: Out of the Fire'' (1992). I.N.T.E.L.L.I.G.E.N.C.E. is informed of a terrorist meeting in Cairo, Egypt. Gary manages to successfully infiltrate the terrorist group due to his fluency in their language, which is shown to be a caricature of Arabic that consists mainly of the words "Derka", "Muhammad" and "Jihad". During this time, both Lisa and Sarah become romantically attracted to him. Chris, however, hates Gary, because he is an actor. Gary is sent in undercover, and gains trust of a terrorist lieutenant despite having a poor disguise. The team attempts to capture the terrorists, and although Team America successfully foils the plan, their actions again leave most of the city in ruins. The group is criticized by the Film Actors Guild (Screen Actors Guild) (F.A.G. (Faggot (slang))), a union of liberal (Modern liberalism in the United States) Hollywood actors. The group includes Gary's favorite actor, Alec Baldwin, and his heavy criticism is discouraging to Gary. Meanwhile, the United Nations assign Hans Blix to inspect Kim Jong-il's lair, but Blix is killed by Kim Jong-il's man-eating sharks. As Team America relaxes, Gary expresses his guilt to Lisa, remembering a time where his acting talent caused his brother to be killed by gorillas. As the two consummate their relationship, a group of terrorists blow up the Panama Canal. birth_date
By the California Digital Newspaper Collection (November 15, 1903) accessdate Feb 22, 2014 It officially merged with the city of Los Angeles in 1910, and soon thereafter a prominent film industry
of the American Film'' Harcourt Brace, New York, 1930; p. 85 In the early 1900s, most motion picture patents were held by Thomas Edison's Motion Picture Patents Company in New Jersey, and filmmakers were often sued to stop their productions. To escape this, filmmakers began moving out west, where Edison's patents could not be enforced. Also
GmbH Neumann U-47 condenser microphones. At the age of 22, Collins headed to Hollywood and landed sultry roles in several popular films, including ''The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing'' (1955) and ''Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!'' (1958). While she continued to make films in the US and the UK throughout the 1960s, her career languished in the 1970s, where she appeared in a number of horror flicks. Near the end of the decade, she starred in two films based on best-selling novels
actress in France for her performance as "Amenita" in the Sacha Guitry film, "''Stop Thief''." That year she gained further recognition for her role as "Constance Bonacieux" in two films based on the Three Musketeers. Throughout the 1960s, she appeared in a number of films in her native France, then was contracted for Hollywood productions that included the Fred Zinnemann directed 1964 film ''Behold a Pale Horse (Behold a Pale Horse (movie))'' starring luminaries Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and Omar Sharif. In 1968 she returned to English language filming in the Universal Studios thriller, ''House of Cards'' with Orson Welles and George Peppard. Production After ''Raging Bull'' was completed, Scorsese was keen to do a pet project of his, ''The Last Temptation of Christ (The Last Temptation of Christ (film))'', and wanted De Niro to play Jesus Christ. De Niro was not interested and preferred their next collaboration to be a comedy. He had purchased the rights of a script by a film critic Paul D. Zimmermann. Baxter, John ''De Niro A Biography'' pp. 219 20. Scorsese pondered whether he could face shooting another film, particularly with a looming strike by the Writers Guild of America. Producer Arnon Milchan knew he could do the project away from Hollywood interference by filming entirely on location in New York and deliver it on time with the involvement of a smaller film company. In the biography overview of his work, ''Scorsese on Scorsese'', the director had high praise for Jerry Lewis, stating that during their first conversation before shooting, Lewis was extremely professional and assured him before shooting that there would be no ego clashes or difficulties. Scorsese said he felt Lewis' performance in the film was vastly underrated and deserved more acclaim. '''Jared Joseph Leto''' (born December 26, 1971) is an American actor, director, producer, musician, and occasional model (Model (person)). Leto has appeared in both big budget Hollywood films and smaller projects from independent (independent film) producers and art houses (art film). He rose to prominence for playing Jordan Catalano in the teenage drama ''My So-Called Life'' (1994). He later made his film debut in ''How to Make an American Quilt'' (1995) and received first notable critical praise for his performance in ''Prefontaine (Prefontaine (film))'' (1997). Leto played supporting roles in ''The Thin Red Line (The Thin Red Line (1998 film))'' (1998) and ''Girl, Interrupted (Girl, Interrupted (film))'' (1999), as well as the lead role in the horror film ''Urban Legend (Urban Legend (film))'' (1998), and earned critical acclaim after portraying heroin addict Harry Goldfarb in Darren Aronofsky's ''Requiem for a Dream'' (2000). He has worked with director David Fincher in ''Fight Club (Fight Club (film))'' (1999) and ''Panic Room'' (2002). Since the 2000s, Leto has been nominated for awards for his work in such films as ''American Psycho (American Psycho (film))'' (2000), ''Highway (Highway (2002 film))'' (2002), ''Lord of War'' (2005), ''Lonely Hearts (Lonely Hearts (2006 film))'' (2006), ''Chapter 27'' (2007), and ''Mr. Nobody (Mr. Nobody (film))'' (2009). However, Mikoyan eventually left for Washington, which was the first time a senior governing member of the USSR's Council of Ministers (Council of Ministers (Soviet Union)) visited the USA on a diplomatic mission to its leadership. Furthermore, Mikoyan approached the mission with an unprecedented informality, beginning with phrasing his visa request to US Embassy as "a fort-night's holiday" to visit his friend, Mikhail Manshikov, the current Soviet Ambassador to the USA. While the White House was taken off guard by this seemingly impromptu diplomatic mission, Mikoyan was invited to speak to numerous elite American organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Detroit Club in which he professed his hopes for USSR to have a more peaceful relationship with the USA. In addition to such well received engagements, Mikoyan indulged in more informal opportunities to meet the public such as having breakfast at a Howard Johnson's restaurant on the New Jersey Turnpike, visiting Macy's Department Store in New York City and meeting celebrities in Hollywood like Jerry Lewis and Sophia Loren before having an audience with President Dwight Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.
), p. 75. In 1986, 4449 went to Hollywood to appear in ''Tough Guys (Tough Guys (1986 film))'', and pulled business trains for the Southern Pacific. Huxtable (1987), p. 95. No. 4449 had another famous moment in 1989 when 4449 and Union Pacific 844 (another famous 4-8-4 steam engine) made a side-by-side entrance into the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal (Union Station (Los Angeles)) in 1989 for the station's 50th anniversary celebrations. Lawrence, Elrond G. (August 1989). "Happy Birthday, LAUPT: The 50th Anniversary of Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal prompts California's biggest steam show in years". ''Pacific RailNews'', pp. 20–29. Glendale (CA): Interurban Press. The two locomotives then raced each other on Santa Fe (Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway)'s and Southern Pacific's parallel main lines through Cajon Pass, with 4449 eventually taking the lead. No. 4449 returned to Railfair in Sacramento in 1991 and again in 1999. In 2000, 4449 was repainted black and silver for a Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF Railway) employee appreciation special, then was repainted into the American Freedom Train colors again in early 2002 after the events of the September 11th terrorist attacks (September 11, 2001 attacks). In 2004, the locomotive was returned to Daylight colors again, Foyston, John (October 20, 2004). "Old No. 4449, spruced up, chugs on tour". ''The Oregonian'', p. C1. this time in its "as delivered" appearance. Hamid Dabashi has been principal advisor for many globally recognized artists and filmmakers; he was consulted by Ridley Scott in his making of Kingdom of Heaven (Kingdom of Heaven film)
date 14 February 1996 first Vic last Ziegel authorlink Vic Ziegel Morrison was a co-star with Sylvester Stallone in the 1990 boxing movie ''Rocky V''. Velasquez was given a chance in 2002 to act in her first Hollywood movie, ''Chasing Papi''. As well as Velasquez, this movie featured Colombia's Sofia Vergara, Puerto Rico's Roselyn Sanchez, and Mexico's Eduardo Verastegui, as well as Nicole Scherzinger in a cameo role
'''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.