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Vintage Brown Derby Photos

The Brown Derby Restaurant in Hollywood was the most popular renstaurant in Hollywood's history. Located on Vine St., it catered to some of Hollywood's most famous celebrities and powerful businessmen and civic leaders.

Brown Derby Photo1977 Burgess Meredith, Carol Channing and John Huston dining at the Hollywood Brown Derby Restaurant on Vine St. 

Hermione Gingold photo1977 Radio commentator, Gregg Hunter broadcast his radio show from the Hollywood Broiwn Derby Restaurant, where he interviewed many Hollywood celebrities....

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Hollywoodphotographs.com & Hollywoodphotos.com are the largest collection of vinage Hollywood photos. There are more than 12,000 historical photos and over 90 subject categories from which to choose. All the vintage photographs are available for sale. 

History of Mocambo Nightclub: By Martin Turnbull

With places like the Trocadero and Ciro’s attracting the glamor crowd, the Sunset Strip had, by the early 1940s, become the street to go when Hollywood was in the mood to party. (Although, considering the marathon hours and Herculean effort it took to produce those classic movies, you have to wonder how the hell they found the time and energy to...

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Vintage Hollywood Photos

The best and largest collection of vintage Hollywood photos is on the hollywoodphotographs.com website. Thousands of people visit this website to see rare Hollywood photos. All the Hollywood photos are available for purchase . The following is the history, and photos, or the Essanay Film Company.

ESSANAY FILM  MANUFACTURING COMPANY

Gilbert M. Anderson appearance in Edison’s 1903 classic “The Great Train Robbery”, earned him the distinction of being the  first “cowboy star” of American cinema.   After starring in the primordial film, Gilbert M. Anderson, who was born Max Aaronson, decided the film industry was for him.  He played a variety of roles until he joined Vitagraph where he began directing as well as acting in one-reelers including the 1905 hit “The Raffles,...