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New Hollywood Pictures On Web Site

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More than 500 Hollywood pictures have been added to the the, the largest collection of Hollywood pictures.  The new pictures fall into about eight subject categories, including the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Aerials,Hollywood Canteen, Hollywood Blvd. and movie studios.

Many of the new Hollywood Walk of Fame photos are of ceremonies that took...


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Ken Murray was a cigar-smoking vaudevillian whose racy 'Ken Murray's Blackouts' was one of the longest-running stage shows in history.

Murray produced and starred in the World War II-era revue for more than seven years at the El Capitan Theater on Vine Street in Hollywood, where the house was virtually always packed.

'Ken Murray's Blackouts' featured bosomy Marie Wilson as...


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When the star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is laid for The Muppets, Ana Martinez will once again be working behind the scenes as curator-in-chief to the iconic attraction.

The Walk of Fame is one of showbiz's most visible landmarks,and Martinez has been its inconspicuous producer for almost half the attraction's 51 years, making sure the constellation of stars is perfectly aligned on the Hollywood sidewalks.

For 24 years, she has been the person deciding where celebrities will receive their coveted symbol of fame in the heart of Tinseltown. When a star is unveiled to the international press corps, Martinez is the field marshal orchestrating...

Over 500 Photos Of The Hollywood Walk Of Fame on

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The largest collection of Hollywood photos,, has just placed an additional one hundred Hollywood Walk of Fame images on its web site.  There are now more than 500 Walk of Fame photos on the site for viewing and purchasing.  The first Hollywood Walk of Fame photograph was taken in September, 1958, when Joanne Woodward posed by her newly installed star at the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave.  The last inductees were husband and wife, William Macy and Felicity Huffman whose ceremony took place on March 7, 2012.  They were the 2463rd and 2464th celebrities have their names placed in the famous Walk of Fame sidewalk.

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Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy Honored on The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored actors Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy with a rare double ceremony at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard at Gateway to the Walk of Fame at La Brea on Wednesday, March 7, 2012.

Emcee Leron Gubler, President/CEO of Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and guest speakers David Mamet and Aaron Sorkin helped unveil the 2,463rd and 2,464th stars in the category of Television for Felicity Huffman, and Motion Pictures for William Macy.

This is only the second time a married couple has been honored with double stars on the Walk of Fame on the same day. *The first couple honored with stars on the same day are film producers Lauren Shuler Donner and Richard Donner on October 16, 2008.

Felicity Huffman has proven herself as an exceptional...


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More than 1000 Hollywood pictures have been added to the web site.  Many of those additions are in the Miscellaneous category which include pictures of those subjects that do not fit in the other ninety categories.  Now there are about one hundred and fifty photos in the Miscellaneous category.  Some of the Miscellaneous pictures include the 1887 first tract map in Hollywood, Hollywood Tire Company, ...

Hollywood Walk of Fame and Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

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The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an internationally-recognized Hollywood icon. With approximately 24 star ceremonies annually broadcast around the world, the constant reinforcement provided to the public has made the Walk of Fame a top visitor attraction. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce continues to administer the Walk of Fame as the representative of the City of Los Angeles. The Walk of Fame is a tribute to all of those who worked diligently to develop the concept and to maintain this world-class tourist attraction. The Walk of Fame is open to the public. No paid admission or assigned seating at star ceremonies.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is certainly one of Hollywod’s most popular attraction..  With almost 2500 Terrazzo and brass stars in...

Buying Hollywood Walk of Fame Pictures

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Hollywood Walk Of Fame Pictures from

When you want to add some personality and flair to your home, you may want to consider Hollywood Walk of Fame images and other such memorabilia.  These are a great addition to a home theater or family room or den, and they come in a wide variety of sizes and styles.

Choosing Hollywood Walk of Fame pictures is just part of what's necessary to add some personality to your home and to give your theater room or family room a vintage or retro feeling.  If you choose too many photographs and posters they may become distracting and overwhelming and if you don't display them properly this can mean that no one even notices them in the first place. ...

Great Old Pictures of Hollywood

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The largest collection of Hollywood pictures is is at

There are thousands of pictures of all of Hollywood famous places and celebrities of the Golden Age of Hollywood.  Some of the popular nightclubs include Ciro's, Cafe Trocadero and the Mocambo.  Celebrities that ate and drank at these famous places included Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth and Errol Flynn.


Vintage Hollywood Images

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The best vintage Hollywood images are on the web site.  With over 6500 historic and vintage pictures covering more than ninety subject categories.  Some of the most popular subjects include the Cahuenga Pass, Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood Ranch Market and Hollywoodland.

Other vintage Hollywood images are of the ...

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The best Hollywood pictures are on the web site.  There are over 7000 historic and vintage pictures covering more than ninty subject categories.  Some of the most popular subjects include the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Walk of Fame and restaurants and nightclubs.

Other Hollywood pictures are of the Hollywood Canteen which existed from 1942 to Thanksgiving day in 1945.  During the three years it operated, more than three million servicemen...

The Hollywood Canteen Book

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Recently, Hollywood historians and authors, Lisa Mitchell and Bruce Torrence, have finished their new book titled, “The Hollywood Canteen.”  Consisting of over 35,000 words. the book will contain approximately one hundred and sixty five photographs, many of which have never been seen by the public.  Opened on October 3, 1942, the Hollywood Canteen was the most popular place for W.W.II servicemen to go when in Hollywood.  Conceived by Bette Davis and John Garfield, the Hollywood Canteen was operated by the thousands of volunteers from...


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'Two and a Half Men' star Jon Cryer received the 2,449th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, hours before its ninth season premiere on CBS. Series creator Chuck Lorre, actor-director-producer Carl Reiner and 'Wipeout' host John Henson joined Cryer in speaking at the late-morning ceremony next to Hooters on Hollywood Boulevard.

Born April 16, 1965, Cryer made his first commercial when he was 4 years old, alongside his mother, the writer and actress Gretchen Cryer. 

Jon made his film debut by starring in the 1984 romantic comedy 'No Small Affair,' playing a 16-year-old amateur photographer who accidentally takes a picture of a...