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Hollywood Collection

"Hollywood: Where Dreams Take Flight" Nestled amidst the picturesque Hollywood Hills, the iconic Hollywood sign stands tall and proud

Background imageHollywood Collection: Hollywood Hills and The Hollywood sign from a tree

Hollywood Hills and The Hollywood sign from a tree lined Beverly Hills Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States of America, North America

Background imageHollywood Collection: Universal Studios

Universal Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA, North America

Background imageHollywood Collection: MORIARTY POSTER

MORIARTY POSTER
Poster for Moriarty, a Hollywood movie featuring the ex-Professor described by Holmes as the Napoleon of crime Date: circa 1922

Background imageHollywood Collection: Publicity still for the Hollywood film Some Like It Hot (1959): Director and Producer, Billy Wilder

Publicity still for the Hollywood film Some Like It Hot (1959): Director and Producer, Billy Wilder. Marily Monroe with her co-stars Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in drag

Background imageHollywood Collection: Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA

Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA. 1930s

Background imageHollywood Collection: Elizabeth Taylor, English-American actress, c1950s(?). Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Elizabeth Taylor, English-American actress, c1950s(?). Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Elizabeth Taylor, English-American actress, c1950s(?). Elizabeth Taylor made her screen debut as a child in Lassie Come Home in 1943

Background imageHollywood Collection: Herbert Marshall, British film and theatre actor, 1934-1935

Herbert Marshall, British film and theatre actor, 1934-1935. Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave. (London, 1934-1935)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Edna Marion and Stan Laurel in Flying Elephants

Edna Marion and Stan Laurel in Flying Elephants
Edna Marion and Stan Laurel in a scene from Flying Elephants a two-reel silent film from 1928 directed by Frank Butler and produced by Hal Roach

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gary Cooper (1901-1961), American actor, c1930s

Gary Cooper (1901-1961), American actor, c1930s

Background imageHollywood Collection: Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, USA

Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, USA
Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, California, USA. Date: 20th century

Background imageHollywood Collection: David Niven and Primula Rollo

David Niven and Primula Rollo
Hollywood actor David Niven, now Captain David Niven of the Rifle Brigade, and Primula Rollo, a wartime W.A.A.F. officer, pictured in The Bystander after being recently married. 1940

Background imageHollywood Collection: Harold Lloyd in the film Safety Last 1923

Harold Lloyd in the film Safety Last 1923, famous vintage Hollywood movie image

Background imageHollywood Collection: Clara Bow, Paramount star in Get Your Man (1928)

Clara Bow, Paramount star in Get Your Man (1928) Date: 1928

Background imageHollywood Collection: Max Factor make up booklet with Hollywood stars

Max Factor make up booklet with Hollywood stars
Rochelle Hudson and Bette Davis demonstrate how to apply powder and rouge respectively in a Max Factor promotional booklet. Date: 1937

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gene Tierney

Gene Tierney (1920 - 1991), New York socialite who became an actress on film and stage, first on stage, then in Hollywood films

Background imageHollywood Collection: Residence of Oliver Hardy, Beverly Hills, California, USA

Residence of Oliver Hardy, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Date: 20th century

Background imageHollywood Collection: Reginald Denny - American actor

Reginald Denny - American actor
Reginald Denny, an American actor, was also the chief of a company that manufactured model aircraft and ships. He opened a shop in Hollywood, California, which became very popular

Background imageHollywood Collection: Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Ava Gardner, American actress, 20th century. Ava Gardners cinematic career began in 1941, but she did not become a star until she appeared opposite Burt Lancaster in The Killers in 1946

Background imageHollywood Collection: Clark Gable (1901-1960) and Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), actors, 1940

Clark Gable (1901-1960) and Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), actors, 1940. Gable and Leigh in a scene from Gone With the Wind (1939). From the front cover of Picturegoer magazine (27 April 1940)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Scene from All About Eve, Twentieth Century Fox film, 1950. Artist: Joseph L Mankiewicz

Scene from All About Eve, Twentieth Century Fox film, 1950. Artist: Joseph L Mankiewicz
Scene from All About Eve, Twentieth Century Fox film, 1950. Starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter. Producer: Darryl F Zanuck. Director: Joseph L Mankiewicz

Background imageHollywood Collection: Mae Busch

Mae Busch (1891 - 1946), Australian-born actress who worked in both silent and sound films in early Hollywood

Background imageHollywood Collection: Actress Grace Kelly

Actress Grace Kelly
Hollywood, California: April, 1956 Actress Grace Kelly just a few days before she left for Monaco to marry Prince Ranier III

Background imageHollywood Collection: California, West Hollywood along Sunset Boulevard, Barney's Beanery

California, West Hollywood along Sunset Boulevard, Barney's Beanery

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gwili Andre

Gwili Andre
Danish model and actress Gwili Andre (1907-1959), born Gurli Andresen, starring in Roar Of The Dragon at the beginning of her brief Hollywood career. Date: 1932

Background imageHollywood Collection: Lightning Strike

Lightning Strike
Jay Wang

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gene Kelly (1912-1996), American dancer, actor and director, c1940s

Gene Kelly (1912-1996), American dancer, actor and director, c1940s

Background imageHollywood Collection: Marlene Dietrich, German-American actress, 1933

Marlene Dietrich, German-American actress, 1933. Dietrich (1901-1992), was a Academy Award-nominated German-American actress, entertainer and singer

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gene Kelly, Julie Haydon and Eddie Dowling in a scene from the American Theatre Guild

Gene Kelly, Julie Haydon and Eddie Dowling in a scene from the American Theatre Guild
XOS1766074 Gene Kelly, Julie Haydon and Eddie Dowling in a scene from the American Theatre Guild stage production of Time of Your Life, 1939-40 (b/w photo) by American Photographer

Background imageHollywood Collection: 1917 Bathing Suit Fashion

1917 Bathing Suit Fashion
Hollywood, California: c. 1917. Silent screen actress and Mack Sennett Comedy beauty Vera Stedman poses in the latest beach wear

Background imageHollywood Collection: Paul Whiteman and his orchestra in the Rhapsody

Paul Whiteman and his orchestra in the Rhapsody in Blue sequence in The King of Jazz, Universal Pictures, 1930 Date: 1930

Background imageHollywood Collection: Margaret Atwood wearing a Dolly Tree suit and a fur wrap

Margaret Atwood wearing a Dolly Tree suit and a fur wrap in We Went to College (1936) Date: 1936

Background imageHollywood Collection: Lana Turner in a scene from Calling Dr Kildare (1939)

Lana Turner in a scene from Calling Dr Kildare (1939) wearing a Dolly Tree gown Date: 1939

Background imageHollywood Collection: Lana Turner in Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938)

Lana Turner in Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938) wearing a Dolly Tree creation originally designed for Virginia Grey in Rosalie (1937), with Robert Young Date: 1937

Background imageHollywood Collection: Maude Fealy, American stage and silent film actress (b / w photo)

Maude Fealy, American stage and silent film actress (b / w photo)
6031839 Maude Fealy, American stage and silent film actress (b/w photo) by American Photographer (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Maude Fealy (1883-1971)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Pirate ship, built in Glasgow, Scotland, 1886 (b / w photo)

Pirate ship, built in Glasgow, Scotland, 1886 (b / w photo)
983275 Pirate ship, built in Glasgow, Scotland, 1886 (b/w photo) by American Photographer (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pirate ship, built in Glasgow, Scotland, 1886)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Katherine DeMille, Canadian born American actress, 1934-1935

Katherine DeMille, Canadian born American actress, 1934-1935. Born Katherine Lester, she was adopted by the Hollywood film director Cecil B DeMille

Background imageHollywood Collection: Gloria Swanson, American actress, 1933

Gloria Swanson, American actress, 1933. Swanson (1897-1983) was an American actress who was prolific during the era of the silent film

Background imageHollywood Collection: Bing Crosby, American singer and actor, 1934-1935

Bing Crosby, American singer and actor, 1934-1935. Born Harry Lillis. Taken from Meet the Film Stars, by Seton Margrave. (London, 1934-1935)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Residence of Bing Crosby, Beverly Hills, California, USA

Residence of Bing Crosby, Beverly Hills, California, USA
Residence of the film star Bing Crosby, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, California, USA. Date: 20th century

Background imageHollywood Collection: Farmers Market in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Farmers Market in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Background imageHollywood Collection: Walk of Fame

Walk of Fame, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, USA, North America

Background imageHollywood Collection: 1966 Monaco Grand Prix

1966 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 19-22 May 1966. The making of Frankenheimer's "Grand Prix" with photographer Bernard Cahier on the right. Ref-Autocar L66/295/6

Background imageHollywood Collection: Circa 1920 - Clara Bow - The It girl - reclining on a chaise (b/w photo)

Circa 1920 - Clara Bow - The It girl - reclining on a chaise (b/w photo)
7133864 Circa 1920 - Clara Bow - The It girl - reclining on a chaise (b/w photo); (add.info.: Circa 1920 - Clara Bow - The It girl - reclining on a chaise); GG Vintage Images; UIG

Background imageHollywood Collection: Madame Tussaud's. London (b/w photo)

Madame Tussaud's. London (b/w photo)
8664247 Madame Tussaud's. London (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: All the news from Madame Tussaud's)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Daeida Hartell Wilcox Beveridge

Daeida Hartell Wilcox Beveridge
3585888 Daeida Hartell Wilcox Beveridge; (add.info.: Photograph of Daeida Hartell Wilcox Beveridge (1861-1914) co-founded and named the town of Hollywood with husband Harvey Henderson Wilcox

Background imageHollywood Collection: 1966 Monaco GP

1966 Monaco GP
MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 22: Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, ahead of the Grand Prix camera car and John Surtees, Ferrari 312 during the Monaco GP at Monte Carlo on May 22, 1966 in Monte Carlo, Monaco

Background imageHollywood Collection: Alfred Hitchcock directing The Thirty Nine Steps, 1935 (b/w photo)

Alfred Hitchcock directing The Thirty Nine Steps, 1935 (b/w photo)
8672744 Alfred Hitchcock directing The Thirty Nine Steps, 1935 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHollywood Collection: Cigarette card of Patricia Ellis, American film actress (b/w photo)

Cigarette card of Patricia Ellis, American film actress (b/w photo)
8673082 Cigarette card of Patricia Ellis, American film actress (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Film stars, second series of 54)



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"Hollywood: Where Dreams Take Flight" Nestled amidst the picturesque Hollywood Hills, the iconic Hollywood sign stands tall and proud, beckoning dreamers from far and wide. From this vantage point, one can witness the magic of Tinseltown unfold beneath a canopy of lush green trees. A visit to Universal Studios is like stepping into a world where imagination knows no bounds. Here, reality seamlessly blends with fantasy as visitors embark on thrilling adventures through movie sets that have brought countless stories to life. The Moriarty poster reminds us of the captivating mysteries that have unfolded on these very streets. In the golden age of cinema, Elizabeth Taylor graced the silver screen with her unparalleled beauty and talent. This English-American actress captured hearts in every frame she appeared in, leaving an indelible mark on Hollywood's history. Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot remains an enduring classic that continues to captivate audiences even today. This publicity still captures the essence of his genius as director and producer, showcasing his ability to create timeless comedic masterpieces. Hollywood has always been a melting pot for international talents like Herbert Marshall. This British film and theatre actor found success within its vibrant walls during the 1930s when he charmed audiences with his magnetic performances. The laughter-filled scene featuring Edna Marion and Stan Laurel in Flying Elephants serves as a reminder of how comedy has always played an integral role in shaping Hollywood's identity. Their antics brought joy to millions around the globe. David Niven's suave demeanor paired perfectly with Primula Rollo's elegance, creating cinematic moments filled with romance and sophistication that continue to inspire generations today. Harold Lloyd dangling precariously from a clock face in Safety Last epitomizes Hollywood's commitment to pushing boundaries for entertainment. His daring stunts left audiences breathless while solidifying him as one of silent cinema's greatest icons. Gene Tierney personified grace and allure throughout her career, leaving an indelible mark on Hollywood's golden era.