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Search For Hollywood Walk of Fame Photographs

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If your are looking for Hollywood Walk of Fame photographs, look no further.  The largest collection of photographs of the Hollywood Walk of Fame is on the hollywoodphotographs.com web site.  With almost 800 Hollywood Walk of Fame photographs, you are bound to find the photo you want.

We have photos of the very first Walk of Fame stars that were installed in Hollywood.  These first eight stars were installed in 1958 on the north west corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland. Ave.  The eight celebrities honored with these first stars included Ernest Torrence, Olive Bordon, Burt Lancaster, Preston Foster, Ronald Coleman, Louise Frazenda, Edward Sedgwick and ...

Amazing Hollywood Pictures

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The most amazing pictures of old Hollywood can be seen on the Hollywoodphotographs.com web site.  If you are looking for  a picture of your favorite celebrity placing their hand and footprints in the cement at the Grauman’s Chinese Theater or photos of the famous Hollywood Bowl, you will find it on the  hollywoodphotographs.com web site.

 

One of the most famous hotels in Hollywood is the Hollywood Roosevelt...

SELECT HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME PICS

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Many times people look around a room, a blog, or some project they are working on and realize that what they are missing is a sense of history. A certain something that ties them to the past, and nothing takes us back to moments like a photograph. Even if the person or place depicted is never known personally we this connection through the image, and this is never more true than when the subject is the magically place where movies come from, and have been made for generations. Looking for your own personal Hollywood walk of fame pics shouldn’t hard or overly expensive. Hollywood walk of fame pics can create the atmosphere you are looking for, inexpensive and without any hassle.  

Whether you are looking for the landscape of the town, the...

The Last of The Brown Derby Restaurants

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The last of the four Los Angeles area Brown Derby restaurant buildings — once on the brink of demolition but now a protected city monument — has been put on the market for $10.6 million.

The building at 4500 Los Feliz Blvd. is being sold by the group of investors that attempted in the mid-2000s to build 80 residences and a supermarket at the site of the famed restaurant. Neighbors caught wind of the effort, created the Save the Derby preservation group, and rallied Los Angeles City Council to save the building, which dates to 1928 and was once owned by Cecil B. DeMille.

The 14,000-square-foot building, now home to a Chase Bank branch and Louise’s Trattoria restaurant, was declared a historic cultural...

More Hollywood Pictures at Hollywoodphotographs.com

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The hollywoodphotographs.com has put hundreds of Hollywood pictures on its web site.

Most of the new picture are of the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremonies that take place every month.  Sponsored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, the Hollywood Walk of Fame began in 1958 with eight the installation of eight celebrity stars being placed at the northwest corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave.  Joanne Woodward was the first to pose by a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.  Some of the new Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures that have been added to the hollywoodphotographs.com...

The Best Hollywood Canteen Photos

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The Hollywood Canteen operated for three years during World War Two.  Founded by Bette Davis and John Garfield, the Hollywood Canteen was located on Cahuenga Ave., just south of Sunset Blvd.

The Canteen was supported and operated by all the unions and guilds of the entertainment industry.  All the people who volunteered at the Cahteen were members of the motion picture and radio industries.  Over the course of its three year operation, more than three million servicemen visited the famous Hollywood Canteen.

Volunteers served in several capacities;  Hostesses,...

Purchasing Hollywood Walk of Fame Photos Is Really Easy

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Those who are fans of entertainment celebrities, will be interested in seeing fabulous Hollywood Walk of Fame photos on the www.hollywoodphotographs.com web site.  Started by Bruce Torrence, this web site has the widest selection of Hollywood Walk of Fame photos than any other website on the internet. You can order digital images or have them print  8x10, 11x14, and 16x20 photos. No matter which size you choose you can easily create your own collection of photos from the Walk of Fame.  

Hollywoodphotographs.com is continuing to add Hollywood Walk of Fame photos to the web site. Recent additions include Carol Burnette...

VIEW AND SELECT HOLLYWOOD PICTURES

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Hollywoodphotographs.com is the largest collection of Hollywood pictures in the world.  No other collection has as many old and current pictures of Hollywood than the hollywoodphotographs.com web site. 

There are over 8000 historic images of Hollywood on the web site. which is part of the larger collection which contain more than 12,000 wonderful pictures of Hollywood.

There are over ninety subject categories from which to choose.  The most photos in any category is in the Hollywood Walk of Fame category.  With more than 500 images, this category has pictures of Kevin...

More Hollywood Sign Pictures

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The hollywoodphotographs.com has put many more Hollywood Sign pictures on its web site.  The Hollywood sign was erected in 1923 and originally read HOLLYWOODLANDLAND.  It was built as an advertising sign for the real estate development by the same name.  The sign was originally made of telephone poles, wood cross pieces, cables and sheet metal for the face.  The hollywoodphotographs.com web site has pictures of the dedication of the sign and hundreds of images showing the sign in various states of repair.  There were several years that the sign was in serious...