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VIEW THE BEST BROWN DERBY RESTAURANT FROM HOLLYWOODPHOTOGRAPHS.COM

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The very best collection of Brown Derby photos can be found on the hollywoodphotographs.com web site.  The collection was started, by Bruce Torrence in 1970, and today there are over 12,000 photographs of which there are more than 7,000 images on the web site.  These wonderful photos of the Brown Derby Restaurants show, not only, the exteriors of these four restaurant locations, but also the many celebrities who dined there.  Clark Gable and Carol Lombard, Rita Hayworth, and George Burns and Gracie Allen were just a few of the many stars who ate at these famous restaurants.  There’s are also photos of Robert Cobb who, not only owned the restaurants, but who created the famous Cobb Salad.

In addition to the Brown Derby  photos, there are over ninety other categories of photos from which to choose.  The newly designed web site is more user friendly and easier to find the photographs desired.   Whether it is images of the Hollywood sign, the Hollywood Walk of Fame or the Sunset Blvd., they are all here.  Visitors to the hollywoodphotograph.com site can see photos of the many of the celebrities that dined at famous Hollywood restaurants and nightclubs, including the Coconut Grove, Moulin Rouge and the Trocadero.  There are over 350 wonderful photographs of the activities that too place at the famous Hollywood Canteen -- Ginny Simms singing or Red Skelton telling jokes to a “standing room only” audience.

Images of premieres, attended by such stars as Rhonda Fleming, Clark Gable and June Allison can be seen.  There are also great historic photos of such hotels as the Garden of Allah and the Hollywood Hotel.  In addition, the photographs of the famous Roosevelt Hotel and the Earl Carroll Theater will give viewers and idea of how glamorous Hollywood was in it’s heyday.

Two other popular categories are the hundreds of images of the scores of Hollywood motion picture studios that existed during the past one hundred years.  In addition, the collection has scores of “movie making” photos which show how movies were made.

Other popular categories of photographs include the Grauman’s Egyptian Theater, Hollywood Blvd., Gilmore Field and the many Hollywood nightclubs.

All the photos on the hollywoodphotographs.com web site are available for purchase.  Both Digital and actual photographs can be purchased for either personal or commercial use.

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