Lost Hollywood

Lost Hollywood

Book - 2001
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The movie business may have been born on the East Coast, but it created Hollywood in its own image.LOST HOLLYWOODis a rich trip back into a vanished place and time-25 chapters that use lost structures as a launching point to tell the history of the movie business in the last century. Many of the subjects Wallace covers will be unfamiliar to even the most knowledgeable film buffs: from Marian Davies' extraordinary playpen Ocean House, known as"Xanadu by the Sea" to the development of Whitley Heights and its now-iconic Mediterranean architecture. Other chapters include new and fascinating details on classic Hollywood institutions, like the Hollywood Canteen, the Garden of Allah, the Brown Derby, the Copacabana and the legendary Pickfair.
Publisher: New York : LA Weekly Book for St. Martin's Press, 2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312261955
0312261950
Characteristics: x, 194 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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